Month: December 2019

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Volkswagen Bids Final Farewell to Beloved Beetle

With just hours left until the new year, Volkswagen is saying one last goodbye to its classic car via an elaborate send-off in Times Square.

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National Geographic Is Celebrating New Year’s Eve on Instagram

National Geographic is celebrating the arrival of 2020 on Instagram. Four of Nat Geo’s Instagram accounts (the main National Geographic page, National Geographic Travel, National

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3 Things We Can Expect to See in the Content World in 2020

It was a headline-grabbing year for technology, from massive IPO failures, congressional testimony on data privacy and ad practices to the much-anticipated streaming wars. Many

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Media Execs Look Ahead to the Biggest Stories of 2020

As publishers and consumers head into 2020, many media execs are expecting to be covering the U.S. presidential election, among many other topics. We asked

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Analysts Share 5 Retail Predictions for What We Can Expect in 2020

Key Insights: We'll see more media networks. Customer experiences will get even better. Voice shopping will finally take off. Everything will get more personal. Retailers

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How to Optimize Your Online Marketing Plan: A 4-Step Process

Want to be sure your next marketing plan is optimized for the future? Looking for a framework to follow? In this article, you’ll discover a

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Let’s bid a not-very-fond farewell to the decade when nearly everything changed

Whether or not you see the decade from 2010 to 2019 as good or bad (or dreadful) depends on where you’re sitting. If it’s at

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Is Idris Elba’s new all-electric Ford really a sheep in Mustang clothing?

Over the years Ford has been rather short of iconic cars, the Ferrari-beating GT40 way back in the day and, from time to time, the

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These Disney World Print Ads Don’t Show the Park at All

It’s reasonable to assume that an ad for Disney World would be built around pictures of Disney World. But here’s a campaign that takes promotion

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The Washington Post Takes to TikTok to Drive New Subscribers

Key Insights The Washington Post put an ad on TikTok five days ago. TikTok is an editorial product. WaPo will track how many users sign