Of Course There's Now Emoji-Based Ad Targeting on Twitter

Of Course There's Now Emoji-Based Ad Targeting on Twitter

Interest-based targeting enters a predictable, new world

How Bitcoin Could Enrich the Postal Service

How Bitcoin Could Enrich the Postal Service

USPS could use blockchain technology to profit from its position as a trusted third party, says the Postal Inspector General's office.

Is Facebook Too Big to Fail?

Is Facebook Too Big to Fail?

How many mistakes would it take?

The Promise of VR for Affected Communities

The Promise of VR for Affected Communities

Some corporate and nonprofit campaigns are showing what is possible through VR

The Fresh Prince of Marketing

The Fresh Prince of Marketing

Eight ways actor and musician Will Smith markets himself and connects with audiences of all ages.

'New Yorker' gets a lot of things wrong about the USPS

'New Yorker' gets a lot of things wrong about the USPS

Just about everything the consumer press knows about the Postal Service is wrong. We set them straight.

The Most Viral Social Media Moments of February 2016

The Most Viral Social Media Moments of February 2016

A snapshot of the most effusive flashes of virality from last month that marketers should take note of.

What it Means to Be a Marketer in the Insight Economy

What it Means to Be a Marketer in the Insight Economy

There are innumerable formulas for success in today's business world, but data mastery is the common denominator.

Why Millennials Block Ads

Why Millennials Block Ads

It's more about their disdain for bad browser experiences than a dislike of digital advertising.

Why (and How) Marketers Should Engage Geeks and Nerds

Why (and How) Marketers Should Engage Geeks and Nerds

Cultural domination seems to be the revenge that nerds promised in 1984. It's time for marketers to embrace the power of this amorphous group.

Marketers' Responsibility in Data Security and Protection

Marketers' Responsibility in Data Security and Protection

Privacy is everyone's business, but marketers have to take special care in these times of abundant data.

How Marketing Is Changing the Way I Use the Web

How Marketing Is Changing the Way I Use the Web

Finding products and services is easier than it's ever been, but at what cost?

What 2016 Holds For Content Marketing

What 2016 Holds For Content Marketing

Scale, tone, and visuals will be the rage in the digital content space in 2016.

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