Thanks to Steve, I’ve found out an excellent article on iMediaConnection about targeted advertising. It’s an interview with Andy Jedynak, senior vice president and general manager at WeatherBug, who explains how the website is helping advertisers with a precise and effective targeting. Through users’ registration and wit WeatherBug has developed a rich database which has been the base for building a frank relationship with consumers. What we understand from this interview is that in the online world the “ask-listen-talk-listen” is a crucial circle to build a site’s success, generating traffic and providing advertisers with satisfying results.
I’m a X-er. I didn’t know that until today when I read the The X Factor on AdWeek. I’m not sure the definition exactly applies to me to, given the fact that I’m European, anyhow, at first I enjoyed the idea of being part of a difficult group to target. Of course I meant this as a consumer, not as a marketer. But in Sarah Mahoney’s article I found that there are some points X-ers should be proud of such as: X-ers are more restless, mistrustful of corporate management and easily dissatisfied. We are a “problem” for agencies and employers. So, we are or we will become a problem for ourselves as well, as marketers and as managers. At the end I think it’s not just a question of advertising. It’s a question of life, and that’s even worser
Web site operators are getting better at figuring out where you live and what your interests are, all in the process of better targeting their advertising and content. David Strom writes an interesting column on Internet Week whose title is Internet Advertisers Find Better Ways To Find Out About You. I read it with particular interest since it focuses on targeting and technology aspects, explaining a lot of details from the “backstage” of an online campaign.
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