TikTok For Business: Reach Relevant Consumers In This Short-Form Video Network

TikTok is the leading destination for short-form mobile video, providing content that is exciting, spontaneous, and genuine. There’s little doubt as to its growth: TikTok Statistics TikTok has 689 million monthly active users worldwide.   The TikTok app has been downloaded over 2 billion times on the App Store and Google Play.  TikTok ranked as the top most-downloaded app in Apple’s iOS App Store for Q1 2019, with more than 33 million downloads.   62 percent

How Publishers Can Prepare A Tech Stack To Reach An Increasingly Fragmented Audience

2021 will make it or break it for publishers. The coming year will double the pressure on media owners, and only the savviest players will stay afloat. Digital advertising as we know it is coming to an end. We are moving to a much more fragmented marketplace, and publishers need to rethink their place in this ecosystem. Publishers will face critical challenges with performance, user identity, and the protection of personal data. In order to

Adobe Digital Insights: The State of the Digital Union 2017

Adobe Digital Insights has put together a beautiful infographic (would we expect anything different?) on the State of the Digital Union – focused on digital advertising and associated consumer expectations. Perhaps my favorite thing about this infographic is that they really took mounds of data and paired it down to a select number of observations and conclusions: Ad Costs are Rising – as more mainstream advertisers turn to digital, the demand for ad space and

TubeMogul: Digital Video Ad Planning and Buying Across Channels

eMarketer predicted the average advertising spending budget breakdown is 88% TV, 7% digital video and 5% for mobile video. With second screen and mobile video viewing rising so rapidly, TubeMogul has found that enabling a cross-channel strategy can increase awareness and reduce overall advertising costs per viewer. In fact, in a Hotels.com Case Study, TubeMogul found that message recall was 190% greater for those who saw the ad on TV only and was 209% greater

Is Youtube Killing TV?

Personally, I think we’ll have television around for my lifetime and then some. Unlike this infographic, I don’t believe that television is dead… I just think it’s going through a transformation. With hundreds of channels, the advent of Tivo and high bandwidth, what hurt television was the impact to commercials… not really Youtube. And the infographic below talks about Google’s share price, but neglects to show that Youtube doesn’t make any money, either! What is