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Apparently the rich are less likely to stay loyal to luxury brands, says Shullman Research Center's Luxury and Affluence Monthly Pulse. This open mind provides a huge opportunity for marketers to seal some pretty pricey deals with undecided, incredibly wealthy clients.
British digital ad spending went up more than 12 percent in 2012 to almost £5.5 billion, says PwC.
C Wonder partnered with Acquity Group to improve its digital experience.
Domino's talks about how it's ok with negative tweets.
Tim Armstrong announced that AOL is launching a new supply-side platform called MARKETPLACE by ADTECH, which is a sell-side platform.
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