Though the litigation is very much alive, the pivot to video is definitely dead. But what about video itself? Does it still have a place in 2019?
A quick stroll through Reddit is guaranteed to bear interesting fruit. Here, you’ll find the dank memes of tomorrow, a curated look at neighborhood stupidity on Nextdoor, and the internet’s unending devotion to The Office, among other things. Slightly more relevant to this topic, however, is a tale that unfolded on Reddit of a software developer who literally automated himself of a job.
You’ve definitely heard of AI and machine learning. You’ve likely heard how it’s significantly changing the marketing landscape, but if not, here’s a stat from Forbes:
What’s “universal design,” anyway? Before we can apply Universal Design principles to improving marketing efforts, we have to fully understand what it is (and isn’t).
You’re attached to your smartphone. But do you know why?
This month, Georgia Tech Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) published an expansive white paper covering, you guessed it, all things IoT.
As healthcare continues to grow in complexity and expense, providers and patients alike are looking for better quality, better outcomes, and better value. How can the industry (and the marketers that work for them) fuel patient outreach and education efforts using the latest in technology? We grabbed some vital trends from across the industry.
Exponential growth in the marketing technology products and solutions market isn’t a new thing. Scott Brinker’s annual research puts us at 6,829 marketing technology solutions from 6,242 unique marketing technology vendors in 2018. There were around 150 in 2011, which means the important question is not how to keep up, but how to train yourself and your team to effectively evaluate new technologies.