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Ad-Land Goes Remote – Budgets Evaporate

With the COVID-19 / Coronavirus mitigation plans in place for NYC and most large cities, and nearly every marketing and advertising event canceled Ad-Land...

Hey Twitter, is Surfermom77 a Russian Account?

Hey Twitter, have a question for you, but first... Let's compare the political advertising ban at Twitter to the "Earned Media" impact that a fake...
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Strategic CMO: David Levin of Bob’s Discount Furniture

On August 23rd, 2019, Kevin Lee, of Didit and the eMarketing Association, interviewed David Levin, VP, Customer Experience & Digital Innovation, Bob's Discount Furniture. A...

The Many (Bitter) Flavors of Influencer Fraud

Social media influencers have been grabbing a bigger piece of the digital ad pie. In 2019, about $8 billion was paid to influencers to...
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Sharpie Takes a Wait-and-See Approach to #SharpieGate on Social Media

Sometimes lightning strikes for a brand -- and that downward heavenly spark struck this past week in the wake of "SharpieGate" -- the multi-day...

Marketing and HR – Disturbing Results of Girls Who Code Survey

You may not think that the experiences of interviewees (internship, part time, full time or contract), is of concern to the marketing team. Well,...

### @ the end of a Press Release

Halo Group (a Didit Company) has an article where they explain why ### three pound or hash tags are used at the end of...
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Don’t Mix Research & Marketing

I've been tempted myself to use a survey to communicate as opposed to collect valuable information about prospects or clients, and while it is...

Amazon Prime’s Brand Unsafe T-Shirt Advertising on Pressure Cooker Nut Job

NYC had a bomb scare caused by someone who has provided Amazon Prime Day an unexpected and brand unsafe product placement. Clearly, some brand-unsafe advertising...
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Grappling with Clickless Searches from a Portalized Google

Remember "portals?" Back in the 1990s, becoming a "portal" was what web-based media companies did to resist losing users to 3rd-party sites whose advertising...