60 minutes recognized our client VJ Technologies contribution to stop mechanical doping at last year’s Tour de France.
Amazon, which has a long history of pricing lower than competitors in many markets, is going toe to toe with Netflix. Their plan to have a worldwide standalone video service, priced at a cheaper rate, could be a problem for Netflix.
Creativity is always driven by the technology that surrounds it. As we have all experienced in 2016, it has been packed with revolutionary technology that will help shape the creativity developed in 2017. The Linx team is excited to see what 2017 holds and what innovative and interesting creative will come about.
Finally, Facebook is taking action and fact-checking news articles and labeling them with a disputed tag. This not only helps the consumers gain real factual information, but also the ad companies who continue to post ads on the site.
Information is all around us, and gaining that information and knowledge is easier than ever. Hearst is now joining the era of voice-activated devices and using an API similar to the technology employed by our client Essextec CI, to compile data and give a summarized answer to the user.
Every marketer loves data, but action is needed to make it more useful and effective. If you just collect the data and don’t adapt your current campaigns and apply it to your future campaigns, it is a useless tool. Look out for Linx in 2017 as we introduce some new predictive marketing tools!