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."
Originally launched for agencies, Twitter's Flight School opened up to all marketers last month. Here's ClickZ's take after attending the course.
For the first time, ClickZ is at the Consumer Electronics Show, checking out the various innovations and reporting about the ones that matter most to marketers.
Whether it's a big scandal or a social media slip-up, companies are always having their mistakes go viral. Here's a step-by-step guide for dealing with the fallout.
As African-American, Asian-American and Hispanic Millennials gain greater spending power, brands that embrace multicultural marketing will stand out from the competition.
This week on Twitter kicked off with the Women's World Cup, around which Nike had the most engagement. Shark Week and two food related holidays inspired other notable brand Tweets.
People have a lot of apps on their smartphones and they spend a lot of time using them. Brands like Visa and Volkswagen understand this and tailor their mobile marketing accordingly.
A roundup of new hires and promotions in the digital marketing industry during June.
Get to know the president of U.S. operations at Tribal Worldwide as he discusses his all-time favorite campaigns, his next Netflix fixation, and his dislike of "technoecstasy."
While automation technology can do many things, for now humans are the source of the most creativity. But what is the future of creativity in the digital marketing industry?