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DAC’s Own Felicia DelVecchio Wins Search Marketer of the Year 2019

We’re delighted to congratulate our very own Director of Digital Media, Felicia DelVecchio, on her big win at this year’s Search Engine Land Awards. Named Search Marketer of the Year, Felicia has been recognized for leading DAC’s award-winning SEM program with Bridgestone—an engagement of unprecedented scale and complexity. Felicia’s dedication to the Bridgestone account has […]

Key Executive Mega-Conference 2019: 3 Key Trends Driving the Newspaper Industry

In its ninth year, the Key Executives Mega-Conference is all about exploring new approaches and solutions to issues facing the newspaper industry, many of which are directly related to the way digital continues to change news and how brands promote themselves. As digital marketers, we have a unique stake in the way newspapers change and […]

US Search Awards 2018: Behind the Nomination

The US Search Awards is regarded as the premier celebration of search engine optimization, PPC, and content marketing in the United States. It celebrates and rewards the expertise, talent, and achievements of the search industry. DAC is thrilled to announce that we have been nominated in the Best Integrated Campaign category for our work with […]

Marketing to Millennials: A Generation Balancing Nostalgia and Digital Transformation

Exploring behavioral insights and marketing trends within North America and Europe. Millennials are a demographic age group born between 1981 and 2000. In North America, they represent about 20-25% of the population; in France, Germany, and the UK, they represent about 15-20% of the population. Millennials have been called the entitled generation for being spoon-fed […]

Survival of the Savviest: Top Insights from the AdAge Survival Summit

I recently had the opportunity to kick off the Ad Age Survival Summit in Chicago. The summit addressed how brands face an exceedingly high number of potential crises in today’s digital age and how CMOs should prepare and react when facing these issues. Brand leaders from JPMorgan Chase, McDonald’s, Nestle, and Kraft Heinz were joined […]

The State of UX: In-Store and Online

I recently decided to purchase a pair of pants at a high-end retail store in downtown Toronto; as I made my way into the store, the scent of the dark oak wood floors, the sound of ambient music and the sight of soft, colorful clothing felt warm and welcoming. The visceral appeal had already triggered […]

Localizing Your E-commerce Digital Media Strategy

Despite its proven impact on results, localization is still an overlooked opportunity for many brands with a mature e-commerce digital media program. Many multi channel retailers view localization as a means to capture online consumers and drive them to stores by targeting searchers utilizing a geographic modifier (“near me”, zip code, etc.) or placing ads […]

Local SEO Pt. 3 – Bringing It All Together

In the first blog post of this three-part series, I identified why together, mobile and Google will dominate the near-future of all online search for a physical business. If you think about Google search’s current data set and mobile reach, combined with their algorithms, processes, historical knowledge and machine based learning, they’re destined to determine […]

How Well Do You Know Your Customer’s Journey?

When I speak with clients, I often ask them to take me down the road of their digital customer journey. This keeps the conversation open and free-flowing. I usually learn a lot about what my clients are looking for – and planning for – in the future. It gives us time to talk about wishes […]

The Best and Worst of Digital Marketing in 2016

2016 was a year filled with innovative, witty and surprisingly controversial campaigns. As we all adjust to the fact that it’s 2017, let’s take a look at some of last year’s best (and worst!) digital advertising.