It’s no secret that the consumer journey is no longer linear. A consumer may view an ad for a product on a connected TV, look up the product on a phone, and then purchase that product in-store.
To really change the way we reach consumers, we need to ditch the impression and start thinking in four dimensions.
Today’s consumers are younger, more opinionated, driven by social causes, and selective when buying products.
As retailers realize omnichannel selling is crucial to thriving in a digital age, those customers have only become more important. How can you best engage them?
There’s no question that emerging markets around the globe are increasingly ripe for the advertising. But success stems from more than delivering a global ad campaign.
As technology adapts to meet new privacy regulations like the GDPR, user experience designers will play an important role in modernizing digital products.
As marketers, we’ve fallen in love with big data.
Ads on Netflix? Hey, stranger things have happened.
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