Stop Screaming at Me: Marketers Need to Keep Up With the Browsers

The browser makers are in charge and marketers had better fall in line. Flash is ending and auto-play restrictions are emerging. Here’s everything marketers need to know about the new viewing rules.

Cashing in on Second-Party Data: Time to Put a Strategy in Place

Second-party data can be a useful tool for broadening reach, determining strong prospects, or making some extra revenue. Here’s how brands and publishers can create a second-party data strategy.

Using First-Party Data to Build a Personalized Media Company

Collecting first-party viewer data and using it effectively is essential for today’s media companies. Here’s the information companies should collect and the questions they should be asking.

Broadcasting Via Facebook Live During a Corporate Crisis

Facebook Live can be a company’s best asset in times of trouble. Here’s what to do before and during a public relations debacle to minimize the damage.

3 Essential Tips for Running Video Campaigns on Social Platforms

So many platforms, so many audiences. The online video landscape is fractured, so the savvy video marketer needs to know how to succeed in a variety of places.

Practicing Good Data Hygiene: Turning Data Into Marketing Gold

Online media creates a wealth of data not available to broadcast, but that data is useless if internal systems don’t speak the same language. Here are the questions to ask before buying an expensive solution.

How to Grow an Audience on Facebook Live

Facebook Live might be the current hot video platform for brands, but that doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed an audience. Here’s how to attract a devoted following.