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April 1, 2015

EIMA Anounces Award Winners

from the blog May 20, 2014 2014 EIMA Winners On May 8th, we proudly announced the winners of the DFWIMA 14th annual Excellence in Interactive Marketing Awards (EIMA) Show that took place at the Fashion Institute Gallery in Dallas. The top honor (Best in Show) of the evening went to Dallas agency Wright IMC for... Read more »

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October 24, 2014

Digital Advertising for the 2014 Holiday

from the blog May 20, 2014 2014 EIMA Winners On May 8th, we proudly announced the winners of the DFWIMA 14th annual Excellence in Interactive Marketing Awards (EIMA) Show that took place at the Fashion Institute Gallery in Dallas. The top honor (Best in Show) of the evening went to Dallas agency Wright IMC for... Read more »

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Industry News


  • Twitter’s Ad Sales Jump 63%, but the Platform Still Needs a Lot More Users
    Twitter saw ad sales rise last quarter, leading to better-than-expected revenue, but the interim CEO Jack Dorsey, co-founder of the company, said user growth is still too slow. The San Francisco tech company released Q2 earnings today, including ad sales that were up 63 percent year over year… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Technology Published on 2015-07-28
  • Is Google+ Finally Cooked for Good? Agency Execs Aren’t So Sure
    Google yesterday admitted it was wrong to require Google+ account holders to use the company's other digital products, marking a significant policy departure for its struggling social-media hub that was hailed as a "Facebook killer" in 2011. The Mountain View, Calif.-based player will not force products onto Google+ users… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Technology Published on 2015-07-28
  • TD Bank Gets Absurdly Cinematic to Show Off Its Drama-Free Banking
    You expect big-budget, slam-bang drama from Hollywood action movies. But doing simple banking chores like depositing checks shouldn't make you feel like you're trapped in an out-of-control Michael Bay production. Ad agency Tierney develops that fun storyline in a trio of spots, using familiar cinematic tropes to illustrate… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Adfreak Published on 2015-07-28