Postage prices increase on Sunday. In the bellwether price rise, Forever stamps increase a penny.
Brand representatives, sick of seeing their ads playing before the video of the body of someone who recently committed suicide shows up
American ad and marketing spending will far outpace GDP in 2018, at $316 billion — up 4.8 percent over 2017, and beyond the expected
Even as financial markets were closed yesterday for the Martin Luther King holiday, financial services marketers were opening up to
It seems the death of Super Bowl ads has been greatly exaggerated. With NBC expecting $1.4 billion in ad income from the commercials
NetBase says in determining American Express, PayPal, Vanguard, Bitcoin, Goldman Sachs, Ethereum, Samsung Pay, Square, UBS and Visa
About 82 percent of consumers who call themselves liberal find it credible when brands take political stands, and 78 percent of them wa
Last night, H&M had already pulled the photo of a black boy wearing a green “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” hoodie off of its site.
White conservative men don’t get a fair shake at Google, claims the man fired after what’s now known as his sexist memo became a
Those old saws, that digital native Millennials and wealthy Americans distrust marketing, are rusty and can be tossed out the window.
Healthcare marketers got prominent brand placement during yesterday’s snowstorm, educating consumers about staying safe in the cold.
One of the biggest changes Target Marketing saw in healthcare marketing during 2017 was the move to the cloud, which we predict will
Violating consumer intent may not be the desire among marketers whose ads are doing end-runs around adblockers, but the reality is 30.5
Influencer marketing was big for brands in 2017, and will most likely continue to grow in 2018.
A lighter marketing topic to ease you into your return to your desk and piles of work following the calorific holidays is a wish list