What do 11, 15, -42 and 1 (and 5) have in common? They're all big numbers from the past week in digital for Pandora, Apple, Facebook, and Chick-fil-A.
Since the ClickZ team is a bunch of '80s babies, we decided to center this edition of Tweets of the Week on Back to the Future Day. Which brands elicited a "Great Scott!" reaction, and which ones were just buttheads?
When it comes to visual content, what are some big dos and dont's? We reached out to some of the top dogs at Pinterest, Tumblr, Killer Infographics and Giphy to share their knowledge.
Auto brand advertisers are known for expertly communicating authentic brand messages via highly compelling narratives. Here are three examples of their sterling storytelling skills.
How effective is your current personal online branding strategy? This exercise can help you leverage platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook to advocate on behalf of the most significant brand - you.
Post-tournament research found that McDonald's was the most-consumed brand, while luxury automakers like Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz saw more brand lift than during the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl is right around the corner, so ClickZ is taking a peek at some of the ads from staples like Anheuser-Busch and Coca-Cola, as well as newcomers such as Skittles and NOMORE.org.
In exchange for interacting with a banner ad, Pandora is offering users an hour of uninterrupted music with its new ad program Sponsored Listening.
Consumers in the near future will expect to get their advertising in story form across multiple screens. Here is a look at some brands that are already embracing this trend.
Toyota's luxury automotive brand will be responding to the Twitter community via six-second Vine videos to showcase its new cars.