Monthly Archives: December 2015

Rob’s Roundup: Google’s on Autopilot and MIT Makes Things Unforgettable

This week we look at two technologies that are replacing the human factor – Google’s driverless cars and MIT’s image recognition algorithms. Both of these technologies are poised to shake up their respective industries, albeit in vastly different ways. Google Creating a Driverless Car Company in 2016 Alphabet (now the parent company of Google), is […]

Rob’s Roundup: Who’s Always Online and Seeing Torrent Ads

This week we look at a new study showing how 21% of people are online constantly, as well as how some advertisers are taking advantage of the marketing opportunity Torrent clients provide. Put your phone down for a second and read this…oh wait. If you’re wondering whether anyone else has friends or loved ones who […]

5 Big, Bold Digital Strategy Predictions For 2016

Digital strategy is an ever-changing area of digital marketing. We’ve certainly come a long way from the days when having a digital strategy simply meant building a website. With the proliferation of new technologies, platforms and media, this is an exciting time to be working in the digital realm. What will digital strategy look like […]

Today we say goodbye to a founding partner of DAC Group, Merv Werry.

Merv, affectionately dubbed one of the “Three Musketeers”, joined DAC in 1973, partnering with Wayne Fulcher and Jeff Hallett to establish the agency’s first office specializing in directory listing management. Merv’s contribution to location and presence management established the foundation for DAC’s growth and agency evolution. His early contributions to, and refinement of, presence management […]

8 Local Search Predictions You Need To Know In 2016

2015 saw a number of major shifts and behavior changes that greatly affected local search. Consumers continue to require more and more information on local businesses, yet search engines and online mapping publishers are making it harder and harder for businesses to be properly optimized in the channel. This struggle between evolving consumer demands and […]