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?
One of the most valuable sets, according to American Apparel's Thoryn Stephens? Each individual customer's lifetime value, something that can actually be measured.
The 65-year-old Dunkin' Brands has long used traditional marketing, but still fully embraces digital. They key to balance? Not just chasing shiny and new.
Showrooming is a big obstacle retailers face as the world becomes more connected. How can they combat it, ensuring they're not left in digital's dust?
Geo-fencing has become more sophisticated, but how can marketers break out of static fences and cast a wider net to reach mobile users more effectively?
Are you considering adding beacons to your mobile marketing mix? Here are some the technology's biggest pros and cons.
As we enter into 2016, location-based advertising (LBA), video, e-commerce, and mobile apps are digital trends that will continue to evolve in Indonesia.
Is the solicitation of SMBs by automated robocallers a threat to Google's advertising revenue? How can the search giant protect itself?
Brands and agencies can no longer only focus on mobile Web, because apps are growing rapidly and in-app advertising offers marketers a better opportunity to target the right audience at the right time.
Barbara Martin Coppola shares her vision for GrubHub, as well the experiences at Samsung and Google that helped her reach the coveted status of CMO.