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2016-04-22 08:13:44 by Maciej Zawadziński
So… your brilliant idea for a web or mobile application is going to completely change the way consumers or businesses [fill in the blank]. Great! But the days of investors cutting checks for ideas with zero validation are a fading memory.
April 26, 2016 by Michael Sweeneyread more
April 25, 2016 by Michael Sweeney
In keeping with company tradition, the Clearcode team got together recently for another edition of its Beer & Bacon Meetup.
April 14, 2016 by Ian Simpson
The digital-advertising ecosystem has gotten quite complex, but if you have the distinct impression that it is getting too complicated to handle, just remember: it’s all about relationships.
April 11, 2016 by Maciej Zawadziński
Serious business generates serious data. Everyone knows this, which makes how to manage and keep that data secure one of the burning questions for me and other CEOs everywhere.
April 7, 2016 by Ian Simpson
Advertising technology seems to have a language all its own. Pay-per-click, demand-side platform (DSP), ad exchange — the list goes on and on.
April 1, 2016 by Ian Simpson
Another year has come and gone and the 2016 edition of Scott Brinker’s now famous MarTech infographic is bigger than ever. Would we expect anything different? Each passing year brings a host of new players to the field with solutions powered by new innovations This year is no exception. In this third part of our […]
March 17, 2016 by Maciej Zawadziński
Ever wonder if you’re really getting the most out of your e-commerce site? If you have the sinking suspicion that you aren’t, you’re probably right.
March 10, 2016 by Maciej Zawadziński
At the heart of every marketing and advertising campaign is data, and in the online world, there are truckloads of it, with even more set to arrive in the coming years thanks to the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT).
March 8, 2016 by Ian Simpson
John Wannamaker would have liked marketing automation. Loved it, in fact.