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.
Originally launched for agencies, Twitter's Flight School opened up to all marketers last month. Here's ClickZ's take after attending the course.
As African-American, Asian-American and Hispanic Millennials gain greater spending power, brands that embrace multicultural marketing will stand out from the competition.
YouTube's first ten years have produced some great ads, and in conjunction with The Webby Awards, viewers recently got to chose their favorites.
This is a roundup of new hires and promotions in the digital marketing industry during May of 2015.
Because training resources are Facebook's top request from its advertisers, the social media giant launched a series of courses on everything from how to create an ad to digital buying.
By bringing programmatic buying in-house and having their own data management platforms, brands like Allstate and Netflix are able to exercise total control over their user data.
Wearable devices offer marketers another data layer to deliver more personalized messages. But if advertisers fail to use the data properly, they will interrupt the consumer experience.
Global marketing executives from Facebook, Coca-Cola, Starcom MediaVest, and NBC discussed strategies for creating video content across devices and engaging audiences.
Yahoo and Starcom yesterday revealed they have teamed up to make the digital video experience more personalized and relevant.