Moving Parts – Maintaining Efficiency When Team Members Move On

The average person will change jobs four times by the time they turn 32. As a member of a team, that fact may be scary. Losing a team member, a boss, or even just an intern can put extraordinary strain on a finely tuned team because roles will change, responsibilities increase, and stress starts to boil over. Your company isn’t always going to immediately hire someone new when there is a vacancy. Here are a...

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Have You Accepted the Terms & Conditions?

While browsing your favorite apps, social media, and blogs recently, you may have noticed every publisher and their brother is telling you their Terms and Conditions have changed. So, you hit “Accept” with no further thought to figure out what funny cat video Karen tweeted about over lunch today. All of the new Privacy Policy and Terms & Agreement dialogue boxes you’ve been receiving as soon as you enter a website is thanks to the...

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Shining a Light on Digital Transparency

As many of us know, Facebook has been in the news cycle over its data scandal and political ad transparency. Transparency in digital advertising is not a new issue. Since digital advertising began, transparency, fraud, and security have always been major concerns for everyone involved in ad buying, selling, placement, and usage. There are bad actors – we know this – but there is also an incredible volume of industry players who want to see...

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3-Step Guide to Optimizing Landing Pages to Drive Conversions: QD Best Practices

Web development continues to be the driving force (and touchpoint) behind effective digital advertising campaigns. Design, speed, and maneuverability are the main pieces of a great website. Many consumers’ first or second experience with a company is with its website, which makes it vital to create the best online experience possible. Here are three steps to optimizing landing pages to drive conversations!...

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Responsive Design in Display Advertising

“Responsive” has become an everyday word in the web design lexicon. It means a web page will scale and shift to look good on any size display. Once thought of as a gimmick, responsive design is now not only required by Google, but responsive sites will receive rankings boosts over their dated competition....

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