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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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September 9, 2014

Innovative Wearable Devices You Might have Missed

Unless you were hiding in your apocalypse-prepper bomb shelter checking the expiration dates on the MREs you stashed down there half a decade ago, you probably noticed that Apple debuted their new wearable device today - the Apple Watch. (Don't you dare call it the iWatch!) While wearable devices are not exactly a new idea, it's still a very new segment in the market designed to satiate our voracity for smart technology. In traditional Apple style, while they may not have been the first to market, they certainly set the bar way over the heads of just about every other wearable device manufacturer that rushed to exchange hardware for dollars.

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Industry News


  • 10 Must-See Digital Marketing Stats From the Week: Dec. 15-19
    Here are this week's 10 most intriguing numbers from the digital marketing space, including data about what's currently on the minds of brand marketers and a few eyebrow-raising social media stats. 1. Facebook's video spigot has apparently opened dramatically in recent weeks. In September, the social media platform… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Technology Published on 2014-12-19
  • Here Are the Brands Whose Follower Counts Were Hit Hardest in Instagram’s Spam Purge
    The great Instagram purge of the past 24 hours hit Justin Bieber hardest—3.5 million lost followers—but some of social media's biggest brands felt the sting of loss, too. National Geographic, Nike, Adidas and Forever 21 were among the top 100 Instagram accounts that saw their follower counts pummeled after… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Technology Published on 2014-12-19
  • Can This Beer From CP+B Make You Suddenly, Incredibly Creative?
    Science recently confirmed what we previously had only suspected—that alcohol, in the right amount, does tend to produce the most creative thinking. Professor Jennifer Wiley and her team at the University of Illinois at Chicago pegged the ideal blood alcohol content for creativity at 0.075 percent. That level is… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Adfreak Published on 2014-12-19