This week in digital, we said goodbye to Facebook Exchange and Post-it wars, as we welcome TAG's latest anti-fraud development, Shift, and maybe Siri integrations?
A favorite ad John Biondi, Midwest creative lead at SapientNitro, is the 1999 campaign that helped Target transcend being "every bit as cool as the dollar store."
New research from BabyCenter shows that consumers love diversity in advertising. But there isn't much of it behind-the-scenes, which came up during a recent SXSW panel.
This week's digital news round-up includes the usual enhancements to social platforms' ad offerings, in addition to an agency shake-up and a new direction for Meerkat.
This month sees executives switching social platforms, and significant appointments at AOL and the IAB. One CEO also plans to leave one of the world's top agencies for one of its top universities.
Conflicts of interests mean there is nothing 'real' about real-time bidding for programmatic video buying in China.
Instead of talking about famous campaigns from big brands, Jon Haber, co-founder of Giant Spoon, shares two commercials that have never left his mind.
Cindy Gustafson, managing director of Invention Studio at Mindshare, shares her thoughts on adaptive marketing and how brands can move at the speed of the culture.
Originally launched for agencies, Twitter's Flight School opened up to all marketers last month. Here's ClickZ's take after attending the course.