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Should Brands Make Content People Would Pay For?

Yes; these days, brands are enthusiastically creating “content”, the material publishers used to call editorial, in a bid to blend in and influence consumers. But what is the real place of “content” in a marketer strategy? And are they prepared to to the next step – to create content that’s so good…

Mindshare’s Bitterman’s Search for “Automating Intelligence”

The very notion of an advertising campaign is changing from longterm planning to realtime delivery and media optimization. Mindshare has been one of  the media agencies in the forefront of the transformation.  While the agency employs a number of tools including programmatic, the aim now is around “automating intelligence,” explain Jordan…

“Native” is the Future of Mobile Advertising, Mindshare’s Chris Wallace

COLOGNE – Banner ads on mobile just “doesn’t exist in my mind” and the future is native advertising, delivered in innovative ways, says Chris Wallace, Mindshare’s managing director for digital in EMEA, in this interview with Beet.TV He speaks about new emerging units, including the ones from Teads which deliver…

Agencies Now Need to Work Like ‘Data Detectives’: Mindshare’s Olsen

As the ad dollars spent on data strategy and infrastructure have exploded in recent years, so has investment in attribution in an effort to understand how marketing across channels works together and, ultimately, how to assign credit for driving purchases. “It’s almost rare these days to find brands who are…

Mindshare’s Malmad on Emerging Media Opportunities in Wearables

Be prepared for wearables to take on a bigger role in the advertising business and with consumers. That’s why agencies such as Mindshare are devoting significant resources to this emerging market, via partnerships with companies like Apple as well as through internal research. “We are looking at how consumers are…

Wearable Tech New Marketing Frontier, but Tread Carefully, Mindshare’s Johnston

LAS VEGAS — The new frontier of media is paved with e-commerce, wearable tech and the Internet of things, says Norm Johnston, Chief Digital Officer at Mindshare, in an interview with Beet.TV at CES. The opportunities for brands are large, but also require smart and thoughtful approaches. “With wearable tech, if we…

Mindshare’s Bitterman: “Inline Advertising” is the Next Big Thing

LAS VEGAS — Amazon has become a $1 billion advertising platform, but that’s just the beginning of e-commerce related digital advertising says Jordan Bitterman, Chief Strategist of Mindshare NA, in this interview with Beet.TV Coined recently as “inline” advertising, Bitterman sees big opportunities for publishers and brands around advertising that…