It’s pretty obvious that millennial consumers tend to spend their time and money with big digital brands.
Most decisions made by customers is influenced by weather changes. Where to eat and what to wear depends on the rainy, snowy or super sunny weather.
Media works around a simple principle: publishers use content to capture people’s attention and loan that attention to an advertiser who runs a message against it.
After saying goodbye to a long and eventful year, it’s time to go through the most memorable campaigns of 2016, and embrace the nostalgic spirit.
With images conquering the social media, brands have to put more emphasis on visual representation.
Visual storytelling is about bringing an engaging digital experience to online audience (that is also very visual), while providing tactical takeaways to brand marketers. It focuses on the impact of compelling imagery, and defines four principles of visual content; these are authenticity, sensory, archetype and relevancy.
Anything Google can do Facebook wants to do better. And with the latter's new product ads, it has a data advantage that could lead to big revenue for the social network. Yesterday, Facebook revealed that it's starting to serve ads for retailers' goods that use the targeting and personal-interest information it has on its 1.4 billion users.