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

Digital Marketing Trends

This is a great summary of many of the trends that we’ve been hammering away on with our clients – organic search, local search, mobile search, video marketing, email marketing, paid advertising, lead generation, and content marketing are key trends. It’s pretty much a truism that you need to be keyed in to the latest digital marketing statistics and the hottest trends for your digital marketing strategy to remain effective in 2019 and beyond. Top 7 Trends You Must Know for

The Digital Marketing Landscape

2019 is driving closer and the constant evolution in the advertising landscape continues to change the way we do digital advertising. We’ve already watched some new digital trends, but according to the stats, less than 20% of businesses implemented new trends in their digital advertising strategy in 2018. This faсt causes controversy: we watch the new trends that expect to make waves in the upcoming year, but usually, stick to the old path. 2019 can

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

Mobile Marketing: Make it Personal

Hipcricket’s 2014 online survey, Consumer Attitudes on Mobile Marketing, was conducted in April 2014 and targeted 1,202 adults in the US. The survey found that Marketers are already adopting mobile and consumers are responding. Two-thirds of respondents said they’d received a text message from a brand in the last 6 months and almost half of consumers found the text message useful. However, marketers miss the mark when it comes to sending relevant, personalized messages, which