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Pouch cashless wristbands make concerts a safer experience

Getting your hands on tickets to a huge event in your city may be the least of your worries. Even if you’re lucky to buy access, you could still miss …

Concerts

A Closer Look at Potential Conflicts at Publicis Omnicom

How much client-conflict fallout will the blockbuster Publicis-Omnicom deal really spawn? Even Omnicom CEO John Wren himself said he anticipates that …

Which is Better for Agency Talent -- Giant Holding Companies or Independent Shops?

The mega-merger between two already-giant agency holding companies, Publicis Groupe and Omnicom Group, is swelling the support for independent shops. …

Advertising

Choosing A Platform-Specific Social Media Content Strategy — The 10 Reasons It Pays To Focus

They also apply a one-size-fits-all approach. Whether it's in-house or external social media marketing teams, they craft campaigns around a single communication style and a rigid set of formats — and expect them to drive the same results across platforms.<p>Particularly for smaller or niche players — …

Social Media

Here Are Google's First New Ads For The Moto X Phone

The first ad focuses on the Moto X's "touchless control" — i.e. its voice commands. It shows a guy in bed, clearly with a hangover, ordering his phone to give him an extra 20 minutes snooze-time before waking him up.<p>The second demonstrates the Moto X's "quick draw" photo-taking feature, in which …

Android News

Advertising - Oath

Oath surveyed 304 U.S. advertising decision makers for their thoughts on brand safety and uncovered the issue is only gaining importance.<p>The struggle …

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'What Have You Accomplished This Week?'

This question will help you and your employees gauge where you're at today (instead of where you're headed). Here's how.<p>I recently wrote about an exercise I've asked my staffers to do, which includes taking five minutes every Monday morning to jot down all the things they've accomplished in the …