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Your customers aren’t stuck in one spot, and your ads shouldn’t be either. Read the latest on what’s going on in the world of mobile advertising.

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Is Your Marketing Mobile First?

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Trends point toward a more mobile internet, and you need to take that into account and make mobile marketing a priority for your brand.

4 Things to Engage Millennials on Mobile

The 18-34 demographic, better known as millennials, are relying on their mobile phones more and more when it comes to online purchases.

As Mobile Evolves, So Does Digital Advertising

As mobile technology continues to evolve, digital ads and the tactics marketers use continue to evolve right along with them.

What Marketers Can Learn from the Unstoppable Pokémon Go

With the success of any major product, there are always lessons to be learned. Pokémon Go is no exception, especially for the in-house marketer.

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Going Native: Why Native Ads Are Key to Customer Engagement

Facebook found that consumers engage with native ads 20% to 60% more than standard banner ads. If you're not running native ads, now's the time to start...

No App? No Problem: In-App Ads Can Still Engage Customers

We’ve noticed a trend among some advertisers: If they don’t have their own mobile app, they tend to ignore in-app ads altogether. This is a huge mistake...