- Source Level Triage Tuesday, 22 August 2017 9:08 am
- Who’s Going to Debug Digital Advertising? Wednesday, 16 August 2017 11:33 am
- Live by the Algorithm, Die by Same Tuesday, 15 August 2017 9:09 am
- TIKI: You Could Have Been Firmer Monday, 14 August 2017 10:08 am
- How Many Tracking Pixels to Screw in a Light Bulb? Friday, 4 August 2017 11:59 am
- RT @Dr_Draper: "Who are we?" "Marketers!" "What do we want?" "That shiny new thing!" "When do we want it?" "Until the next thing!"/ / 15 hours ago
- RT @chiefmartec: “Why the AI Hype Train is Already off the Rails and Why I’m Over AI Already” — @datitran builttoadapt.io/why-the-ai-hyp… #MarTech…/ / 15 hours ago
- RT @ra6bit: Amazon now thinks I'm very interested in buying eclipse glasses. After the eclipse. After I bought some. Machine learn harder,…/ / 17 hours ago
- Glad they're all being patched regularly, right? twitter.com/mikko/status/9…/ / 17 hours ago
- RT @TheWho: Nothing eclipses @KeithMoon . Happy 71st birthday, dear boy! https://t.co/lmZFo3w5op/ / 17 hours ago
- Last year, that would have been “content marketing" twitter.com/tomfgoodwin/st…/ / 1 day ago
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As a proper marketer, before you begin segmentation and targeting to create your strategy, look first to the first P of marketing. Your product. Why? If your product doesn’t work, the most brilliant targeting strategy can’t work. You’ll have no monthly recurring … Continue reading
I thought the modern age of non-intrusive advertising was supposed to give me only the relevant ads I wanted to see, lovingly presented to me by some perfect algorithm hand-crafted in a loft in SoHO? Ta-da–you’ve just seen what happens when you get stuffed into an “audience.” Continue reading