We’ve come at the end of the first month of #WeeklySnacks and we’ve gotta say… we love it! We’d like to know what you think about this new initiative of ours, so feel free to express your opinions in the comments section below.
What we’ve learned in these past weeks:
- Great content is hard to be found, but worth looking for
- It’s not that difficult to stay focused on a task if you remove all distractions (tabs of Facebook,
- Twitter, phone, other notifications). (Rescuetime is really a time saver)
- This new habit gave us more things to talk about. Less chit chat – more quality talk
So, let’s get into this #WeeklySnacks edition and see what’s new in this wonderful virtual world of ours!
If you didn’t use Flipboard before, you’ll install it right after reading this article. AdAge described this new feature coming from Flipboard as one that will make marketers swiping right with approval. (And we love it) This new feature will allow users to consume other kind of content made of collages from videos, photos, articles, gifs, audio recordings. Kind of reminds us of Discover from Snapchat.
Programmatic ad buying has changed the face of online advertising, and France is the next one on the list to have its ad space dominated by this trend.
Parlez vous Material Design? AdSense gets an autumnal makeover by introducing Material Design.
Don’t worry if while clicking an ad from Yahoo, gets you to a search result page. Your browser ain’t broken, it’s just Yahoo playing with display ads in order to drive search traffic for competitive terms.
IAB releases the industry’s first Mobile App Marketing Glossary, which will help both marketers and advertisers by defining “the industry’s most commonly used and perhaps misused terminology, and succinctly describe instances when some terminologies can have different meanings in varying contexts.”
That’s pretty much it! Don’t forget letting us know what you think about our #WeeklySnacks.