Tag: Matthew Noll

Best of the Blog 2018

As we enter 2019, we look forward with excitement at what new opportunities and developments lay ahead. We’re eager to gain deeper engagement, more connectivity and a better understanding of the world around us. These are all major focal points that will make us better marketers and planners that create more effective out of home, trade shows, experiential and digital campaigns. At the same time, it’s equally important to reflect on the year behind us, taking stock of our growth and development over what has been a landmark year for marketing and advertising. To that end, this 2018 Best of the Blog is a compilation of the year’s top-performing, most-read, most-shared posts.

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From Directional to Behavioral – The Wedding Cake Model of Out of Home Media Planning

Think of a wedding cake – close your eyes and picture it in your mind. It probably has several tiers, each one getting a little bit smaller as you move up – right? It turns out that wedding cake is a pretty good model for the evolution of Out of Home media planning. If you haven’t been paying close attention, you may think OOH is still planned the way it was 20 years ago, but nothing could be farther from the truth.

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The Link, The Bridge & The Billboard: Could Out-of-Home provide the breakthrough that unlocks Omni-Channel Advertising?

The omni-channel paradigm is the Holy Grail of modern advertising, yet there have been significant obstacles in achieving it. Out of Home can provide a powerful additional touchpoint and tool by improving the ability to positively identify audiences (one of the most crucial elements) and bring them into the digital environment.

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Thoughts on my first OAAA Convention, or, What do Punctuated Equilibrium, Usain Bolt, and Thanksgiving Dinner have to do with Out of Home?

Last week I had the distinct pleasure of attending my first OAAA/Geopath conference in New Orleans. With all the changes we’ve been seeing in the industry over the past few years I was excited to see where this was all headed. Out of Home media is ready to take a giant leap forward, here’s where we think that leap is headed.

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