eMarketer is anticipating that U.S. digital ad spending will reach $129.34 billion, increasing 19.1% in 2019.
We have all been witness to the massive shift from traditional media consumption to digital alternatives. The last bastion of this has long been TV, where eyes have been glued, but that is all changing now. This change is putting consumers in control of how they consume TV content, as well as creating exciting opportunities for marketers to reach these consumers in ways we could have never imagined.
This year’s AMA Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education was easily one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended. Over 1,200 higher education marketers attended this four day whirlwind of content, collaboration and coffee (lots of coffee for me). Here are five trends and takeaways from this year’s conference, brought to you by yours truly and a few of my EDU friends.
Staying up to date with social media trends is important for any eCommerce brand. Most come to us looking to maximize their media investments while creating a better consumer experience. To help, we have identified the top 5 social media creative trends that ecommerce orgs are experimenting with in their social media strategy.
In the past, advanced technology stacks were only available to the largest advertisers. However, technology has changed all of that, and Mogo’s mission is to adopt these advanced tools, become power users, and then deploy them across the hundreds of mid market clients we support to enable them to truly market bigger than their budgets.
Cross-department communication remains a challenge for most institutions, understandably. Each department is tasked with different initiatives, has limited resources and often sits in a far away building on campus. But there is a systematic way to narrow this gap (especially between Marketing/Communications and Admissions/Enrollment) and properly set each other up for success.