Tylenol Is Feeling Good About Its Mobile Strategy

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Most brands don’t want to be the first thing someone thinks of when they get a stress headache or feel pain after exercise – but Tylenol does. As part of a recent campaign to promote the relaunch of its Rapid Release Gels sub-brand after a 2009 recall, Tylenol wanted to be top-of-mind with potential customers inContinue reading »

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How Beauty Manufacturer Coty Gave Its Data Operation A Makeover

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About a year and a half ago, global beauty manufacturer Coty realized it needed to get a grip on its own data. The company was about to complete a merger with several P&G specialty beauty brands and become a $9 billion global business. And since Coty was expanding its portfolio, pressure was mounting because eachContinue reading »

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GIFs Are A Gateway To Engagement For NBC

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However you pronounce the “G” in “GIF,” the looping video file format is developing into a legitimate touchpoint along the customer journey. For NBC, which recently revived its popular comedy series “Will & Grace” in September after more than 10 years off the air, GIFs are “a way in,” said Jared Goldsmith, VP of marketingContinue reading »

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How Clorox Brought Its Brand Back To Life On Digital

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When The Clorox Company made its first big investment in programmatic a few years ago, it helped the CPG double its market share in the cleaning category in just a few months. But a heavy focus on bottom-funnel, promotional ads caused its brand to deteriorate, said Eric Reynolds, CMO of Clorox at the ANA MastersContinue reading »

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Pritchard’s Progress: P&G Marketing Chief On The Impact Of His Digital Ultimatums

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Procter & Gamble Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard is pleased overall with the response to his tough talk of the past year. And he’s optimistic that Facebook, Google and others will meet P&G’s deadline to align on third-party measurement standards and have their methods audited by the Media Ratings Council by the end of thisContinue reading »

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How Beeswax Brought Transparency To Legendary Entertainment’s Programmatic Strategy

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Since its founding in 2000, Legendary Entertainment’s slate of 50 films has certainly lived up to its name, with a lineup that includes “The Dark Knight,” “The Hangover” trilogy and “Jurassic World.” While these releases seem incredibly different, they all have something in common: hundreds of millions in marketing dollars, often spent within a six-weekContinue reading »

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DoubleTree: ‘Smart Marketers Know That Data Is Only As Good As How You Use It’

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DoubleTree takes a cookie-first approach to marketing – the kind you can eat. But when it comes to data collection, the Hilton-owned hotel chain, known for handing out warm chocolate chip cookies to guests as they’re checking in, is interested in deeper data than just demographics and browsing history. “It doesn’t matter to me whetherContinue reading »

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Johnny Was Puts A Data-Driven Spin On Influencer Marketing

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Women’s fashion brand Johnny Was wanted to do influencer marketing, but paying an Instagram star or blogger to wear its clothes didn’t feel right for the brand. “What we’re looking for is authenticity,” said Rob Trauber, CEO of Johnny Was. “There are very few people we would pay to influence our products because it’s notContinue reading »

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How MXM Brings Objectivity To Volkswagen’s Analytics

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Volkswagen wanted to be a more efficient and data-driven advertiser, but felt it lacked an objective partner to help it optimize media investments. “Our management was a little bit uncomfortable with our media agency managing metrics that would tell them we needed more TV, radio or whatever,” said David Galbraith, GM of brand management andContinue reading »

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EHarmony Hopes To Create Long-Term Relationships Across Its Business Units – And With Its Users

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Before Tinder, Plenty of Fish and OKCupid – even before the advent of the mobile ecosystem – there was eHarmony. Since 2000, the dating site has tried to help the world’s lonely hearts find their one true love. Grant Langston, appointed CEO about a year ago, has been with the company since the beginning. Langston’sContinue reading »

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