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Digital News Roundup: March 5, 2010

This week’s top stories run the gamut — from web design trends among online retailers to new stats from comScore about social network usage. We also highlight an innovative campaign from Universal Pictures that integrates mobile with offline to promote the new film “Repo Men.” For more insights all week long be sure to follow […]

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360i’s June Event Rundown

This month, 360i will be speaking at a number of industry events. You can follow our panelists on Twitter to interact with them before, during and after they speak: Bryan Wiener – @bwiener Sarah Hofstetter – @pezmeister1 David Berkowitz – @dberkowitz digiday:Target in New York June 8, 2009 | Visit Event Site David Berkowitz, Director […]

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360i Point of View on MySpace’s MyAds & Auction-Based Social Media

Today, 360i released a new Point of View on auction-based social media and MySpace’s new display ad platform. MySpace, the largest social network in the U.S., recently launched an auction-based, self-service display ad platform for advertisers. The platform gives marketers new targeting options to complement other opportunities across social networks. These POVs are delivered regularly […]

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Do We Need Another…

It often seems like there’s zero correlation between how much a technological innovation matters and how much press it receives. Take Cuil, for example. The search engine’s launch was such a spectacular flameout that it may well go down as a verb. “What happened to that Eddie Murphy movie that was supposed to win him […]

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The Chutzpah of Facebook’s ‘Jewdar’

I swore I wasn’t going to write about Facebook again this week. Then a Facebook ad started up with the name-calling again. It wasn’t a bad name, or inaccurate, but such ads do have a knack for getting noticed. From the responses to last week’s column, people really don’t like getting called fat on Facebook […]

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