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?
This has been a big week in digital, as many industry giants had their NewFronts in New York. Still, Pinterest and Instagram have newsworthy items of their own.
Mother's Day shoppers have a tendency to procrastinate so even though the holiday is just a few days away, it's not too late for your messages to reach people.
This week in digital has seen some exciting events, in addition to a new IAB tool and Wall Street analysts picking their horse in the race to acquire Yahoo.
In theory, having no DMARC record should have no impact on deliverability, but not everyone got that memo.
A book highlights Yahoo's problematic finances on the eve of its bidding day, as Facebook and Amazon each become more competitive in a new area.
There's a lot of crossover when its comes to search and website, so the final "ClickZ cases the candidates" tackles two facets of digital marketing at once.
Though there was quite a chasm in our assessment of the candidates' email and branding skills, all five candidates are pretty proficient social media marketers.
News of the week features Yahoo’s new digital strategy, Twitter’s improved search capabilities, ComScore’s cross-platform measurement and Kate Middleton’s role of Huffington Post guest editor.