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The New Age of TV: A Cheat Sheet for Marketers

Michael Greenberg
by Michael Greenberg May 31st, 2018
The New Age of TV: A Cheat Sheet for Marketers

TV advertising is going through a major transition. Technology and data are giving marketers new tools to target consumers like never before. To help you stay current with the lingo, here’s a handy guide you can use the next time you hear a TV marketing and measurement term for the first time. Read Full Article

Marketers Who Spend-to-Learn Today Look Smarter Long Term

Julie Fleischer
by Julie Fleischer December 6th, 2017
Marketers Who Spend-to-Learn Today Look Smarter Long Term

To successfully meet growth targets, modern marketers have to make every dollar count. And one of the best ways to do that is to invest in measurement technology to see how their marketing campaigns are performing across channels. Read Full Article

The Super Bowl Conundrum for Advertisers — Is 30 Seconds of Brand Exposure Worth $5 Million?

Zarnaz Arlia
by Zarnaz Arlia October 24th, 2017
The Super Bowl Conundrum for Advertisers — Is 30 Seconds of Brand Exposure Worth $5 Million?

The football game is watched by hundreds of millions of actively engaged consumers every year who actually look forward to watching the commercials. But how do you know if it’s the right investment for your marketing budget? Read Full Article

How Facebook, Google, and Pinterest do Marketing Analytics

Dori Fern
by Dori Fern September 25th, 2017
How Facebook, Google, and Pinterest do Marketing Analytics

At AdWeek NYC 2017, Neustar VP of Product Marketing, Julie Fleischer. Fleischer spoke to measurement leaders from Facebook, Google, and Pinterest—an almost unheard of coup since the three rarely appear together anywhere—about how measurement tools like the Neustar Media Mix Modeling and MTA solutions they use impact their businesses. Read Full Article

The Future of Media Means No More Free Lunch

Amanda Jones
by Amanda Jones September 20th, 2017
The Future of Media Means No More Free Lunch

Rich Greenfield is one of the most opinionated voices writing about media today. His opinion on the future of media is clear: both brands and media companies MUST figure out a way to build direct relationships with consumers. Those who don’t will “lose their free lunch.” Read Full Article