Covid-19 exposed African American beauty salons and barbershop owners to more than a virus: It exposed how important these businesses are to the Black community.
When President Joe Biden visited Pittsburgh to pitch his infrastructure bill, environmentalists urged him to “Go Big” on Covid recovery. Their media platform: billboards.
Like any other part of the communications landscape, barter agencies have had to adapt tactics and strategies to keep pace with these larger shifts—and some have done better than others.
To align with new habits under lockdown, budgets have been shifted into more mobile-friendly digital media. Traditional channels have taken a hit. But consumers still value traditional ads, and brands would be unwise to assume they’ve become stale.
Global online video views are at an all-time high and rising 100% every year. The widespread accessibility of high-speed internet allows users to watch live and on-demand videos more than ever before.
The privacy bubble is starting to burst and advertisers and marketers alike are quickly pivoting their efforts to include Audio OOH technology in their marketing strategies to reach customers in a privacy-conscious world.
We sat down with Jennifer Allen, COO of handsome, to discuss the rise of digital creative during COVID, the dangers of ‘too much’ digital, and the present and future of omnichannel.
Back in March 2020 when the pandemic first forced businesses to shift to WFH and brands were examining how they talked to customers that demonstrated empathy, clients started asking a lot larger purpose-related, brand strategy-type questions.
What can brands and marketers do to benefit consumers during this crucial period of their lives? Our friends at Healthline Media have created their 2021 Fitness Forecast to answer that very question.
Over the course of the tumultuous year, we observed that content publisher partners experienced material year-over-year growth despite it all, a trend that validated their very emergence as key contributors in the affiliate marketing channel.
Amanda Glasgow, creative director EMEA at digital consultancy Appnovation, explores the digital tactics that beauty brands need to stand out in a cutthroat sphere.
Now that 2021 is well underway, consumers everywhere are seeking knowledge and practical advice on how to better themselves and their health after a rocky year under quarantine and stress.