TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Snapchat. You are able to watch TV shows on all of them. With Snapchat being new to the group, they are catching up pretty quickly. As the saying goes “if you can’t beat them, join them”.
If you’re thinking of filling a space that hasn’t been filled before, you probably shouldn’t. Although the key to marketing is standing out from the competition, sometimes standing too far out could make you too irrelevant to what the customer wants. At Linx, we help you differentiate yourself from the competition, but in a way […]
This holiday season the marketing world gained some pretty eye opening stats. Linx is taking these into consideration for future campaigns, are you?
As the want for personalization is growing among the consumer market, marketers are inventing and creating new ways to deliver that want, and Facebook is doing just that with their new dynamic ads.
From Snapchat to AI development, Live streaming, Hackers and Ad Blockers, 2016 has been full of memorable marketing moments. Linx looks back on these moments in order to predict and prepare for the future.
2017 is already shaping up to be a great year, and the release of the AI platform Einstein is just the tip of the iceberg. If you haven’t integrated an AI platform into your business already, you might want to do it soon, or else you might become old news.
Linx is all about predicting what’s coming next in the marketing world, and we may have just found it… artificial intelligence personality development. These digital personalities will be able to help improve customer trust, capture your emotions ethically, and speed a happy customer experience.
Amazon’s new video strategy is posing a big threat to Netflix and other video streaming services. People who watch videos on Amazon are likely to stick around and shop for other products as well. Plus the benefits of Amazon’s loyalty program – PRIME, adds even more value to their equation. If Amazon can obtain the […]
This new platform could be a huge data hub for big name brands. With their data capturing technology, similar to that of Linx’s client IBM Watson, they are able to listen to all TV channels and capture data every time a brand is mentioned or seen.