U.S. Digital Ad revenues surpass US$100 billion mark for the first time, hitting landmark US$107.5 billion in 2018, according to IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report. Record-breaking Digital Marketing spend represents 22% year-over-year growth.
Two years ago, the large-format retail store chain Curacao, headquartered in Los Angeles, began to send out automated emails based on customers’ interactions on Curacao’s website. The results have proven impressive, and Curacao plans to roll out new features offered by its automated emailing tool in the coming months.
Miami-based agency Nobox has tapped Marcus Kawamura as Chief Creative Officer to drive brands’ engagement with consumers by generating big ideas and delivering them on multiple platforms. Rapidly shifting technology requires brands to speak with consumers on multiple platforms, but Kawamura says engaging consumers requires deep brand understanding, big ideas, and the ability to entertain and react quickly to opportunities.
Three top ad forecasters have revised their ad investment growth predictions for 2019. While GroupM has downgraded 2018 growth expectations from 4.5% to 4.3%, Magna Global and Zenith estimate global advertising will increase slowly.
Viant has published the results of its TV Viewability study, in which it analyzes device ownership and distraction factors. The answer, concludes the study, is a cross-channel and retargeting strategy.
Brands should take a step back and look at the needs of Latino women in order to understand more effective ways to talk to them and thus build a valuable relationship with the Hispanic consumer.
Digital advertising has gained important ground in the U.S. Hispanic market. Companies like Mobvious, that moved up two spots in the ranking compared to the previous year, are leading the way to reach Hispanic audiences in a more transparent and effective way.
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H Code has announced the acquisition of HipLatina, a digital lifestyle platform for Hispanic women.
Hispanic Exchange offers marketing to U.S. Hispanic and Latin American through a varied list of media like newspapers, magazine, and also Fox Deportes. HEX covers more than 30% of Hispanics audiences and pretends to reach them more effectively through high journalistic standards.
Teads hosted a networking event featuring over 500 professionals in the advertising and digital media industry. Advertising agencies had a great networking opportunity in Miami on April 5.
H Code Media and Grupo Imagen have announced a partnership by which H Code will represent Grupo Imagen’s ad inventory in the U.S. Grupo Imagen has major digital properties in Mexico which have a substantial following in the U.S.
Facebook and Cisneros Interactive have become partners in Central America, the Caribbean, and Uruguay, expanding an alliance that already included 10 Latin American Countries.
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We talked to Alyssa Bruno, Marketing Director for the Colorado Rapids, about what strategies are working the best to grow the team within the MLS.
ispDigital, an international technology marketing services holding company, has acquired React2Media via one of its companies, Antevenio.The acquisition expands ispDigital digital marketing capabilities and services in the US and is the first footprint for Antevenio, which has presence in Europe and Latin America.
The first quarter of 2017 marked the highest ever Q1 earnings for digital advertising in the U.S., hitting US$19.6 billion, according to the latest IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report. Revenues mark the highest Q1 earnings on record, climbing 23 percent, or US$3.7 billion, from the same period just a year ago.
Facebook’s annual developer F8 has kicked off today at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Center and continues tomorrow with meetups around the world.This year’s sessions feature a wide range of topics across the Facebook family of apps and services – with relevance to developers and businesses.