The Microsoft Inclusive Tech Lab: a fresh take on inclusion
To make its products more accessible to people with disabilities, Microsoft has set up an Inclusive Tech Lab. We explore the initiative and show what other companies can learn from it.
25 effective social media marketing tips
Wanting to boost your company’s visibility and working on a social media strategy? We have 25 marketing tips for you to incorporate straight into your planning!
Discord – messenger, chatroom, and community network all rolled into one
Discord is a successful network that has attracted more than 150 million monthly users since its launch in 2015. We explore the community platform’s success model, along with its potential risks.
Snapchat’s success story: driven by innovation
Snapchat kicked off its success as a social network with self-destructing chats. It now has 332 million daily users thanks to its innovative features. We took a closer look at its success story.
Pinkwashing examples that you need to know about
It doesn’t always have to be green – brands might also give themselves a pinkwash, even if they don’t merit it. We present some examples here.
In-house or outsourcing? Why the top organisations of the future will hire differently.
Nicolas Finet, founder of agency matchmaking platform Sortlist, home to 32,000 agencies, talks about the future of work. His vision: hyperspecialisation is powering huge productivity gains. But these gains can only effectively be harnessed and turned into growth by systematising outsourcing in your organisation’s day-to-day.
DMEXCO trend survey indicates that German users are highly critical of advertising on streaming services
Are subscribers to streaming services more likely to accept ads as part of the deal if that means their subscription costs less? A recent representative online survey of 2,500 users of online video platforms conducted by Civey on behalf of DMEXCO produced three key findings: according to 66% of Germans, the answer to the above question is a firm “no”; respondents are also less willing than before to pay more in the future for an ad-free service; and Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Disney+ are currently the most popular streaming services in Germany. The topic will also be discussed live at the DMEXCO conference in Cologne on September 21 and 22.
20.06.2022
Interview with Dr. Emilia Roig: How diverse is the marketing industry in reality?
From Women’s Day to Black History Month and Pride Week, marketing is currently caught up in celebrating diversity. Brands like to present themselves as liberal and modern, but when you dig below the social media posts emblazoned with rainbow flags, what is life really like in the marketing industry? We talked to Emilia Roig to find out. Recently voted “Most Influential Woman of the Year” for the Impact of Diversity Prize 2022, she shared her views on challenging and sensitive topics such as discrimination, equality, and diversity.
Ukraine war: How can we help each other?
Ukrainian agency Netpeak specializes in performance marketing. Founder Dmitrii Piskarev outlines how the war in Ukraine has impacted his staff and the agency itself, and shares his hopes for help from Europe.
A glimpse into the tube: what does the future of TV hold?
TV is a medium that has captivated the masses for as long as we can remember. In our new guide, we give you an overview of the latest TV trends and where advertisers now need to get on board.
An interview with the BVDW: DMEXCO is a showcase and platform for our industry
After being forced online for the last two years due to the pandemic, DMEXCO will be opening its doors in Cologne again in September. The excitement is really building for what is no doubt Europe’s most important tech and marketing event.
02.06.2022
Menstrual leave and gender marketing – Spain’s new draft bills
Spain has become the first European country to approve a draft law to give paid period leave to women suffering from severe menstrual pain. The proposed legislation is sparking a debate about an issue that is still being largely ignored in the global world of work.
30.05.2022
Augmented reality headsets: Google’s future plans in the AR/VR business
Things have turned fairly quiet with regard to Google Glass, but Google might currently be polishing up new plans in the AR headset segment now that it has bought the AR startup Raxium, which specializes in augmented reality displays.
Connected TV: understanding its uniqueness and maximizing its potential
Connected TV is trending in the media landscape. We explore what that means for advertisers. Tim Nieland from Ad Alliance and Christian Russ from Samsung Ads also look ahead to the future of advertising in the CTV era.
TV streaming in 2022: These trends are revealed in the Zattoo report
The Zattoo TV Streaming Report 2022 reports on television habits, now and in the future. Read our story to find out what marketers need to know about their target group these days.
Greater control of digital campaigns in connected TV
Connected TV (CTV) is a fast-growing market in many parts of the world, piquing the interest of marketers and placing greater technical requirements on platforms serving the new advertising market, such as Google.
NFT streaming: the next level of digital art appreciation
Admiring NFT art has not been that easy for fans of digital one-of-a-kind items – until now, because there’s finally a practical solution. The new StreamNFT service lets you stream NFTs from the comfort of your TV!
Goldbach Advanced TV study: connected TV advertising works
Marketers, take note! The 5th Goldbach Advanced TV study has been published and reveals that online euphoria remains high among TV viewers. The study also shows that advertising in the connected TV environment works.