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How Does Your Agency Staff Your Account?

I was scrolling through the black hole known as my Instagram feed and stumbled across this video: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5f8hjzxmkA&w=560&h=315] It struck a chord. Three professional athletes with decades of experience in the same sport, thousands of practice hours and hundreds of miles ran against 100 kids. Nevermind the volume, it’s certainly cheaper to pay the …

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Spoiler Alert: Media Industry Lacking Training

According to a recent survey poll of 150 marketing, media and agency executives by ID Comms, their “Global Media Training Report” finds that 71% or respondents find their firms investment in media training is either “unsatisfactory” or “entirely unsatisfactory”.  Those respondents represent a combined media spend north of $20 Billion. Two years ago Media Two …

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What Does Unified First Price Auction Mean to a Marketer?

Some of you may have heard Google’s programmatic offering Google Ad Manager (formerly DBM) is making a move to “simplify their bidding process”.  The announcement states that by the end of the year they are looking to move away from Second Price auctions and only execute on First Price auctions. This move only relates to …

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Google AdWords: Advertising Made Too Easy

Back in 1999, we beta tested for a new site called Google a soon-to-be-released advertising program – the modern day Google AdWords. At the time, it was really just testing brand keywords, product-based keywords, some really broad-based keywords (And I mean broad!  think super broad – like “dog” or “moon” when your product was a …

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Marketers Should Bring Programmatic Media Buying In-House

I remember very vividly back in 2013 when I was asked to speak about the next up-and-coming trend in digital media buying at the Internet Summit.  We had begun testing programmatic media buying back in 2011, but really – we were using MediaMath’s full service DSP when we started, so I didn’t really count that …

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Apple is about to crush your remarketing dreams.

If you’ve been relying on attribution tracking and driving users down the path to conversion through remarketing, you might want to hold on… I might ruin your week. Over the summer Apple announced a High Sierra version of Safari. It includes the Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) feature that’s scheduled to go live on September 25th. …

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