When digital marketing and advertising began in the 1990s, the promise of digital channels was to deliver the right message to the right audience at the right time—a game-changing upgrade over traditional media channels. Digital media has been sold as a nirvana of data collection, analysis, and measurement that would yield the most efficient, optimized programs one could hope for. Fast-forward 15 years, and we’ve learned that achieving that reality isn’t impossible but can be far more difficult than it seems at first glance.
Today’s digital media landscape is more complex than ever before. The continuous and rapid introduction of new platforms, tools, data sources, and media consumption devices (such ...
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