The Wharton Club of South Florida organized an event, “proof of Performance for social media” on September 29th at the University of Miami.
As mobile technology changes fast, so do chances to invest in it. The popularity of Facebook pages and smartphone apps may signal the death of dot mobi.
As media fragmentation and transformative new media render centralized broadcast and top-down marketing models virtually ineffective, marketers are looking for ways to leverage the power of online video.
Roar Media builds new website and is added to the board.
A spatial shift from web search to mobile search is creating powerful new opportunities for savvy marketers.
The emergence of the smartphone – a Web-enabled phone that acts like a mini-computer – as the hottest new consumer device in decades is creating powerful new synergies for savvy marketers.
Jacques Hart, CEO of Roar Media is featured in Miami Today’s article: Another Challenging Year for Dade Service Firms.
Para Jacques Hart, el acuerdo recientemente anunciado entre Univision Interactive Media y YouTube para la difusión de contenidos de Univisión, TeleFutura y Galavisión en el sitio de videos online tenía que ocurrir.
As social media gains more traction, the biggest question we face is “Who owns it?” Is it the Public Relations department, Marketing department or Advertisers?