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Join Us LIVE: Respecting the Digital User Experience

Posted on by Brionna Lewis, Digital Marketing Associate

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Gone are the days of traditional online advertising —annoying stagnant banner ads, pop-ups, spam emails—POOF! In 2016, your brand has to respect the digital space in order to win the hearts of consumers. The rules have changed and this will alter the way your brand approaches advertising all together. How do you respect the digital user while still accomplishing your brand’s marketing goals? We partnered with Flite, the makers of a creative management platform, to gathered a group of executive level marketers and creative to discuss just that.

Key Takeaways:

  • The best solutions for powerful advertising while still respecting the user experience.
  • How to define and measure the success of your brand's digital user experience.
  • The major do's and don'ts for effective ad design and how to rise above your competition.
  • Why personalized data is the future, and how to implement it into your daily marketing strategies for higher conversions and an increase in ROI.

Meet the Panel:

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Find them on Twitter:

Adam Broitman

Giles Goodwin

Heidi Browning

Steffan Postaer

Brian Wong 

Tagged Advertising, digital, flite, Kiip, Marketing, panel, user experience

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