What if there were an ad that you just couldn’t draw your eyes from? It’s oddly captivating, almost hypnotic, and it would halt your thumb from scrolling farther down your Facebook feed.
There’s one such creative format that is only now catching on as the digital world’s equivalent of the glossy magazine ad: cinemagraphs. And Facebook, along with its mobile photo network Instagram, wants more brands to try them out as it quietly introduces advertisers to the potential of this half-video, half-photograph style, according to digital marketing insiders.
“You’re going to start seeing a
Today, Johnson & Johnson’s BabyCenter and the Interactive Advertising Bureau’sMobile Marketing Center of Excellence is releasing a study that dives into how young moms—18 to 32 years old—in the U.S., Brazil, Canada, China and the United Kingdom use mobile devices and respond to advertising.
Millennial moms in four of the countries (the U.S., United Kingdom, Canada and Brazil) favored ads with a money-saving incentive—like a deal or sale—versus a promo targeted to their age or life stage. Meanwhile, moms in China were equally responsive to both types of digital ads.
Moms were also shown
Anything Google can do Facebook wants to do better. And with the latter’s new product ads, it has a data advantage that could lead to big revenue for the social network.
Yesterday, Facebook revealed that it’s starting to serve ads for retailers’ goods that use the targeting and personal-interest information it has on its 1.4 billion users. These product adsare an answer to a service that Google has offered businesses since 2013 with Shopping Ads (which were initially called Product Listing Ads). Google Shopping Ads show up as paid posts atop retailer-focused
(Bloomberg) — Twitter Inc. has struck a deal with Google Inc. to make its 140-character updates more searchable online.
In the first half of this year, tweets will start to be visible in Google’s search results as soon as they’re posted, thanks to a deal giving the Web company access to Twitter’s firehose, the stream of data generated by the microblogging service’s 284 million users, people with knowledge of the matter said Wednesday. Google previously had to crawl Twitter’s site for the information, which will now be visible automatically.
The agreement underscores the progress that Twitter Chief Executive Officer Dick
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Neuromarketing companies are dedicated to improve products and marketing by first understanding how the brain works and then implementing that understanding. They want to help marketers understand and reach the parts of their customer’s brains that decide. This type marketing research is magnified by brain-imaging technology. Companies worldwide use neuromarketing for superior consumer insights on a daily basis. As an effective new discipline to improve marketing and sales results, by applying discoveries from neuroscience, neuromarketing is sweeping the marketplace.
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In modern life, with the constant hustle and bustle, people have short attention spans. In the first 2-4 seconds of seeing a webpage most people will decide to leave a website or continue exploring it. For this reason, visualizations and infographics have become a more effective way to catch people’s eye.
From network data visualizations to word clouds, in a relatively short period of time, infographics have become a primary format for content. It’s evolution and proliferation has been exponential in the past few years. Infographics have been rising in popularity whether you hate them or love them. If you
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