UZE Mobility: The Marketplace Platform For Mobile Digital Out-of-home Advertising

During the pandemic, the advertising market took a hit. Expected, of course, but a 19.1% drop in H1 220 is a serious impact for businesses. COVID-19 has reshaped the consumer landscape, as it has so many other aspects of daily life. People are traveling less and spending less. The pandemic will hopefully be over in the next few months, but these months have heightened key changes that were already emerging in the advertising world. Mobile

SkAdNetwork? Privacy Sandbox? I stand with MD5s

Apple’s June 2020 announcement that the IDFA would be an opt-in feature for consumers by September’s iOS 14 release felt like the rug was pulled from under the 80 billion ad industry, sending marketers into a frenzy to find the next best thing. It’s now been over two months, and we’re still scratching our heads. With the recent much-needed postponement until 2021, we as an industry need to use this time effectively to find a new gold standard for

Infographic: New Strategies Are Emerging To Drive Retail Growth With Google Ads

In its fourth annual study on the retail industry’s performance in Google Ads, Sidecar recommends that e-commerce retailers rethink their strategies and find the white space. The company published the research in its 2020 Benchmarks Report: Google Ads in Retail, a comprehensive study on the retail sector’s performance in Google Ads. Sidecar’s findings indicate key lessons for retailers to consider throughout 2020, especially amid the fluid environment created by the COVID-19 outbreak. 2019 was more competitive than ever,

15 Mobile Marketing Tips to Drive More Sales

In today’s extremely competitive marketplace, one thing is certain: your online marketing attempts must include mobile marketing strategies, or else you’ll be missing lots of action! A lot of people today are addicted to their phones, mostly because they’re accustomed to their social media channels, to the ability to instantly communicate with others, and also to the need to “stay up to speed” with important or less important stuff. As Milly Marks, an expert at