It takes courage to interview Laurel Touby. In recent years, she has been interviewed by The New York Times, CNN, Inc., Oprah, Fast Company, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, CBS, Kiplinger’s, Time, Forbes, New York Magazine, Entrepreneur, Village Voice, The Huffington Post, Slate, and Adweek, among others. Six years ago, I spoke with Laurel for pubexec.com and you…
Lou Ann Sabatier
Native advertising is now a major revenue driver for publishers, and its share of the advertising market will continue to grow. Revenue earned from native display advertising in the U.S. is expected to surpass $34 billion in 2017, and by 2021 it will make up 74% of U.S. display ad revenue. In 2014 Doug Anmuth,…
Audience developers, it is time to reboot digital marketing strategies. Let's evaluate how the customer relationship is changing given new technology, increasing digital channels and consumers who are more selective.
For just a moment, let's put trends and tips aside, and take inventory of what constitutes a good audience development program. As our customers (readers, visitors, buyers, members, etc.) call for more and better in a world that is changing at breakneck pace, management expectations also continue to rise. Audience developers have more channels, tools and data to work with than ever before. While being told how easy it is to reach, engage and monetize customers, it has never been more difficult.
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