One of the big themes of 2017 was the giant question marks that appeared over the media and marketing industries. As digital advertising turned 21, many began questioning the rosy promises of digital media. And 2018 will only see more of these questions being asked. In the eighth issue of Digiday Magazine, which was made available exclusively to Digiday+ members, we looked at the big ideas we believe will shape the year to come. Download a special preview of this issue to learn why:

– Amazon is due for a reality check

– 2018 will be the year marketers take control

– The video bubble is about to burst

– Twitter could have a comeback year in store

– Facebook’s vp of product says they’re thinking “community first”

One of the big themes of 2017 was the giant question marks that appeared over the media and marketing industries. As digital advertising turned 21, many began questioning the rosy promises of digital media. And 2018 will only see more of these questions being asked. In the eighth issue of Digiday Magazine, which was made available exclusively to Digiday+ members, we looked at the big ideas we believe will shape the year to come. Download a special preview of this issue to learn why:

– Amazon is due for a reality check

– 2018 will be the year marketers take control

– The video bubble is about to burst

– Twitter could have a comeback year in store

– Facebook’s vp of product says they’re thinking “community first”