We’ve all been through it. The terrible ad experience that leaves a bad taste in your mouth. And now we are compiling these digital marketing mishaps all in one place.
From bad ad placement to pointless video ads and ads that don’t load, brands and advertisers don’t always get their digital marketing efforts right. We encourage you to send in submissions. The worst digital media and marketing examples sent in will be published. Email me at the address below with the creative, and tell me where you saw this and why you feel it’s a miss.
Here are some of our first posts.
Online display ad for Google+
“When you have a little brand awareness, why not take it out for a spin?” — Jeff Reckseidler, senior digital strategist at Grey Group.
The Goldman Sachs Twitter presence, or lack thereof.
Asking consumers to text a keyword to a short code, when they are riding the subway. Genius!
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Brand, agency execs speak out on Google’s latest cookie-killing plan and cookieless identifier challenges
During the Digiday Programmatic Marketing Summit, brand and agency executives weighed in on the present and future of the third-party cookie and cookieless identifiers.
Gaming industry execs chime in on changing consumer habits and the the rise of AI in Q1 2023
The gaming industry's ascendance was checked in the first quarter of 2023, as brands and consumers decreased their spending in the sector in anticipation of a mounting recession.
Inside NHL’s content strategy ahead of the Stanley Cup Finals
The NHL is offering live and on demand content on YouTube and across social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and Twitter.
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Five years in, the GDPR has had a double-edged impact on the ad market
When it launched in 2018 the GDPR was hailed as a privacy superhero of sorts. It set the rules for how companies handle personal data, making sure they couldn’t just grab it without someone’s permission.
‘We need an ad exchange for identity’: Overheard at the Digiday Programmatic Marketing Summit
Brand and agency executives discussed the state of cookieless identifiers, ad tech firms attempting to become one-stop shops and the extent to which ads should and shouldn’t be personalized.