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January 17, 2013
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  • Collective software retargets ads from TV to the Web
    Collective's TVA Channels marketing software is intended to help advertisers retarget audiences from television viewing to the top 250 websites. The software uses cable-box information paired with anonymous Web data. "[B]y breaking down silos to target these same viewers on digital screens, [we] can offer a game-changing way for advertisers to reach consumers before, during and after their favorite shows in order to take their ad campaigns to new heights," says Joe Apprendi, Collective CEO. Adweek (1/16) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Getting the Word Out 
  • Jaguar employs rich-media ad to drive affluent car buyers
    Jaguar is promoting its Instinctive All Wheel Drive feature in video ads running on the Wall Street Journal's website. The ads introduce the new vehicle technology, and a click takes visitors to a page touting specific models on the brand's website. "A rich-media ad with video is more effective in generating awareness and consideration," says Jaguar communications manager Joseph Torpey. Luxury Daily (1/16) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Could GM return to running paid ads on Facebook?
    Eight months after former GM marketing head Joel Ewanick pulled the company's paid ads on Facebook, interim marketing chief Alan Batey is in talks with the social network about returning to a paid schedule. Batey said that while talks are ongoing, it is too early to announce anything yet. "We're still actively talking to them and looking at opportunities that come our way," Batey said. Reuters (1/16) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Developer Update 
  • Refreshing, editing online content can be easy with CMS
    Every company should consider adding a content management system to its website to easily update and regulate content without having to know HTML and CSS coding, writes Natalie Saumure. A CMS also allows an employer to regulate who in the company has access to the site. Many CMSs can be operated from multiple devices, such as a tablet or smartphone, making on-the-go website updates easy. B2C Marketing Insider (1/16) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Design Corner 
  • Look to musicians for website designs that rock
    Although many musicians have a tight budget to stick to, creating an engaging online brand is essential to cultivating success, writes Kendra Gaines. Some successful music sites feature animated GIFs and ways to directly connect with the artist that capture potential fans -- though auto-playing music is still a big no-no, she writes. WebDesignerDepot.com (1/17) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Small Businesses & Entrepreneurs 
  • How mobile tech can boost your business' revenue
    Smart business owners can use mobile technology to build their companies and boost revenue, Ryan Matzner writes. "One of the single biggest opportunities for businesses to leverage mobile apps is that smartphones have opened a whole new world of shopping and engagement opportunities," he notes. In addition, companies can use mobile technology to get more information about their customers. Mashable (1/16) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Association News 
  • WMA introduces new Award Winning Interactive Agency Database
    It has just become easier to find an "award winning" interactive agency online. The Web Marketing Association has just launched a new website that has brought together advertising agencies and interactive agencies that have won recognition in major award programs. This new searchable database of award-winning interactive agencies is found here. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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