Driving local marketing change with Uber, Lyft and self-driving cars

Columnist Brian Smith explains how ride-sharing services and self-driving cars will open up a host of new opportunities for local businesses. From Brian Smith A Are you ready for pay-per-car marketing? That’s right, PPC is about to take on a … Continue reading

More than eight in 10 internet users will use a mobile phone to access the web regularly in 2017

This is why we build all our new websites and website redesigns to be mobile-friendly! From eMarketer According to eMarketer’s latest estimates, there will be just 17.9 million desktop/laptop-only internet users in the US this year, down from 20.3 million … Continue reading

How digital media won the White House for an ‘analog’ audience

From Rob Rasko at Marketing Land The power of digital advertising can truly drive outcomes; case in point, the 2016 election. Donald Trump’s election is perhaps the single best advertisement for digital advertising in the history of that industry. One of the … Continue reading

Retailers and Social Media Experiences

From Andria Cheng Consumers look to spend money on experiences At the new Lou & Grey apparel store in New York’s Flatiron District, a truck is at times spotted nearby serving anything from free pretzels to hot chocolate. If you should … Continue reading

Yahoo Discloses Another Breach, Compromising 1 Billion Accounts

From eMarketer Hack appears to have occurred in August 2013 Yahoo disclosed a security breach that may have exposed data from more than 1 billion accounts. The company was already dealing with the fallout from a previously disclosed hack, announced … Continue reading

At Amazon’s New Grocery Store, You Grab and Go, No Checkout

From eMarketer No cashiers, no lines, no need to bring credit cards or cash Online grocery shopping is at the tipping point, thanks to shifting consumer attitudes and innovations at the brick-and-mortar level. In the latest sign of change, Amazon … Continue reading

8 Android gestures that speed up everyday tasks

Cycle through Chrome tabs, go 3-D with Maps, launch the camera and more. From PCWorld Navigating your way around a new Android device will get a lot easier once you’ve mastered a few handy touchscreen gestures. For example, you can … Continue reading