McDonald’s is the latest fast-food chain needing to do some crafty chicken-related marketing. In addition to assuring “Rick and Morty”
Unilever representatives are threatening to pull ads from Facebook and Google, which “it says have become a ‘swamp’ of fake news,
Facebook is banning all ads that promote cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin.
PepsiCo isn’t actually marketing “Lady Doritos,” which were rumored to have less crunch and leave less detritus on fingers — because
“If hashtags were touchdowns, the Philadelphia Eagles look to win in a relative blowout.”
This month’s challenge to digital marketing equilibrium has been the announcement of Facebook’s algorithmic update.
The buying process for almost any given product has evolved like crazy over the past decade. Business models have been radically
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
10 years ago, agencies sneered at social marketing. But things changed, and social advertising is at the forefront of many campaigns.