According to Snickers, when people are hungry, they do stupid things.
While privacy concerns are understandable, what most people care about at the end of the day is the price-value equation. They're willing to give up personal information about themselves if it helps a marketer target them more effectively and efficiently. If you can use past behaviors and stated preferences to deliver a better experience and waste less time, go for it.
I may originally hail from New Jersey, but I still can't find my way around a mall. The new indoor Google Maps aims to help.
Google + is more than just a new social network and a chink in Facebook's armor—it's a critical piece of the Google puzzle. Google won't stop until it gets it right, and when that happens, I think we'll see a significant shift in our digital universe, which will have a defining impact on the landscape for marketers, brands, start-ups, consumers and the creative services industry.
Company of the Week
Founded in September 2009, Stirista is an integrated marketing agency that specializes in micro-targeting via traditional and digital channels. Our mission is to help companies, non-profits, and universities alike find new prospects and better understand their existing contacts. We are on the preferred vendor list for a handful of Fortune 500 companies with three of the ten largest companies in the world turning to us for marketing insights. To put it simply, we're young (at least at heart), ambitious, and sometimes impulsive-but always hungry for new ideas.
Founded in September 2009, Stirista is an integrated marketing agency that specializes in ...