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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


  • Hootsuite’s Brilliant Halloween Ads Try to Calm Your Fears About Social Media
    It's that time of year again, when we can escape our average selves, don clever costumes and get all hopped up on Fireball shots—I mean, gummy worms. And it's always pretty fun to see what brands do to celebrate, because when they're good, they can be really good. … ... read more
    Source: Adweek Adfreak Published on 2014-10-31
  • 1960s Adman Makes a Hilarious and Obscene Visit to a Modern Agency (NSFW)
    We've already seen how Joan Harris (aka, Christina Hendricks) might adjust to life at a modern ad agency. Well, this guy is way more of a train wreck. Canadian ad agency Zulu Alpha Kilo put together this crazy video for Wednesday's Agency of the Year event in Toronto.… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Adfreak Published on 2014-10-31
  • AOL Gives Advertisers an Alternative to Facebook’s People-Based Marketing
    AOL is into "people-centric" marketing just like Facebook. The company said it could now identify 100 million consumers and target ads to them no matter what device they utilize—desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone.  New York-based AOL is combining its ad platforms—Adap.TV and AdLearn Open Platform (AOP)—into one system, which… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Technology Published on 2014-10-31