You no longer need to imagine what a world would be like where ads leap out at you, customized to your surroundings. That world has arrived, though the recently launched Field Trip app for Google Glass. Sure, Field Trip isn’t really showing ads yet. Sure, Google Glass is still only in limited… Please visit Marketing […]
Q4 is closing in and retailers are bracing for yet another record-breaking onslaught of promotions, traffic, sales and revenue that will make or break the business calendar. With the end of back-to-school comes the inevitable code freezes and holiday lockdowns. So while production teams audit for… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Yahoo has been showing a variety of new logos, one for every day until its September 4 new logo unveiling. The new logo and identity are meant to reflect a “new spirit of innovation” at the company and an updated image. Polling platform/app Polar has been testing all of the logos… Please visit Marketing Land […]
Android VP of Product Management Hugo Barra announced yesterday that he was leaving Google. Following Android founder Andy Rubin’s transition off the team Barra is the second major departure for Android within a period of six months. Barra has been “the public face of Android.” As… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Following this week’s “sponsored stories” legal settlement, Facebook is following court orders by updating the documents that explain how the company collects and uses data — particularly in advertisements. Close observers of Facebook’s privacy and usage documents may… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Facebook Updates Policies On How User Data Is Used In Advertising Following this week’s “sponsored stories” legal… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
With the fragmentation of the video market, it’s become harder to keep tabs on what network people/brands are leveraging. PopShorts is launching today with the purpose of bringing together popular Vine and Instagram videos into one location According to PopShorts themselves this service is… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the US Securities & Exchange Commission recently asked major traditional retailers to break out specific figures regarding their online sales, rather than simply reporting percentage growth rates. It turns out those actual numbers, combined, don’t… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.