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360i’s Belsky: The Time Has Come for Programmatic Reform

With great opportunities come big headaches – and that’s exactly what programmatic is for marketers right now. In a new Ad Age byline, 360i President Jared Belsky explains how agencies can help marketers structure for programmatic success. Below is an excerpt from his column. You can read the full story in Ad Age. The landscape […]

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3 Ways Millennial Spending Habits Can Inform Your Marketing Strategy

Millennials will command a cumulative $1.4 trillion in spending power by 2020 (Source: Direct Marketing News) — but how they’re spending their money may be a surprise to marketers. Millennials are often miscast by older generations as superficial and spend thrifty, but for a generation coming of age post the 2008 recession, they are focused […]

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360i Adds Pernod Ricard USA to Agency Roster

We’re excited to share the news that Pernod Ricard USA has selected 360i to lead its communication planning, media and social community management initiatives, effective immediately. The company’s portfolio of wine and spirits brands includes Absolut® vodka, Jameson® Irish whiskey, Malibu® and Beefeater® gin. In a statement to Ad Age, Pierre Berard, senior VP of […]

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Online Radio and Music Streaming: Untapped Potential for Marketers

After weeks of speculation surrounding a potential buyout, Google has finally acquired music streaming service Songza, which uses information about both the user and context to determine the most appropriate playlists. This news comes as the latest in a long line of updates and corporate buyouts within the industry: Apple acquired Beats Music & Beats […]

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Vendors or Partners? A New Approach to Agency Relationships

As the digital landscape has evolved and publishers and platforms have proliferated, we (agency folks) have picked up a bad habit – and that’s using the V-word: “vendors.” During my tenure in media, I’ve worked across search, performance display and social. In all of these arenas, the term “vendor” was used to describe the publishers, […]