April 9, 2014

Baseball Is Back. Are You Ready To “Moneyball” The SEO Role In Your Organization?

“PLAY BALL!!!” Those beloved words are once again ringing out in Major League Baseball stadiums all across America. Yes, the 2014 MLB season is upon us. […]
March 19, 2014

Is Getty Images Trying To Become The YouTube Of Stock Photography?

Maybe Image ISN’T everything. And maybe Getty Images IS. Here at the official Amplitude Digital blog, we recently revisted the classic 1990 Canon TV spot starring […]
March 14, 2014

Marketing: It Sure Looks Like Image Really IS Everything Afterall…

How’s this for a trip down memory lane? In an infamous 1990 television commercial for Canon, then-reigning tennis “bad boy” and cultural phenom Andre Agassi strutted […]
February 21, 2014

Esurance Unveils “Successful Stunt” On Twitter. Or So They Say…

You read – and watch – all kinds of things online these days. Sometimes, they even make sense. Other times…well, not so much. In a recent […]
January 31, 2014

The Truth About Facebook’s Newsfeed Algorithm Update

Facebook continues to make news and waves on many levels, with many audiences. And the recent update of the newsfeed algorithm to the world’s largest, widest […]
October 11, 2013

Guest Blog Post: First Or Second Screen?

By Sam Melton When Ray Bradbury wrote the dystopian science-fiction novel Fahrenheit 451, he wrote to warn the world of a future where human beings are no […]
September 27, 2013

Worth Repeating: You Need A Smart Media Mix. And Maybe A New iPhone.

As the calendar creeps closer and closer to 2014 and all things digital continue to dominate and devour the average consumer’s lives, it can be easy […]
June 12, 2013

Google’s Matt Cutts Makes The Native Advertisers Restless Again. Good.

In a recent blog post over at MediaPost Publications‘ Online Media Daily blog, writer/editor Laurie Sullivan wrote about Google guru and webspam team leader Matt Cutts once […]
May 3, 2013

Why TV Advertisers Need To Be Using Social Media, SEO & PPC Too

Since its introduction in the 1920s and subsequent standardization into everyday American life in the decades since, television has been called everything from “educational” to  “the […]