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Facebook Sponsored Stories – What the New Ad Format Means for Marketers & Consumers [REPORT]

Facebook now allows marketers to promote consumers’ interactions with their brands and locations through a new ad format they call Sponsored Stories. This should be appealing for many marketers, but Facebook needs to address certain privacy concerns if it wants to fully win over consumers. In our latest report, we explain Facebook’s new Sponsored Stories ad […]

Growing Pains? Not at Foursquare (As They Give Us Another Infographic to Drool Over)

If there was any buzzword a brand wanted to adopt in 2010 it was location, location, location. The growth (or should we say explosion?!) of location-based marketing through LBS apps took the smartphone world by storm and is showing no signs of stopping as we move deeper into 2011. The poster child for this marketing […]

When Digital Connections Facilitate Airline Connections

Once upon a time, not so long ago, your boss going on vacation meant a week’s worth of peace and quiet around the office. Nowadays, there is nowhere to hide. Whether on a beach in Hawaii, in the air on a cross-country flight or stuck in a conference room back at the office, digital technology […]

Your Social Media Monday: Jan. 24, 2011

It’s #socialmediamonday here at 360i! This week’s headlines include news from Flickr, Google and Tumblr. Read our summaries below to learn more, and follow @360i on Twitter to join the conversation. Flickr Now Lets You Sign-in From Your Facebook Account Right on the heels of Foursquare and Flickr integrating, Flickr has added a Facebook integration […]

360i Named to Ad Age’s 2011 Agency A-List Roster

We are honored and excited to announce that 360i has been selected to Ad Age’s annual Agency A-List, a distinction that honors the very best agencies of all categories – big networks, indie shops, brand consultancies and more. For this award, Ad Age ranked agencies based on how well the work worked, as well as […]