Tag Archives: TV

A Farewell To Ratings

The latest from Prosper on Forbes.com

Most marketers today would freely admit that consumers control the marketplace. This is vastly different from the bygone mass marketing era where large media organizations accumulated audiences based on content and availability in order to sell advertisers access to the audiences. Today’s disintermediated media world is characterized by consumer choice which facilitates consumer control over the media they wish to use.

Recent headlines in the press underscore the crisis in the world of advertising and media. Much of this has to do with marketers’ concerns about their ad agency’s buying tactics, potential kickbacks and return on their ad spending. In addition, continue reading.

The Silent Killer Of Corporate Profits: Ad Waste

The latest from Prosper on Forbes.com

All of the items below are from recent headlines or research reports and they depict the turmoil and turbulence in today’s advertising world caused when advertisers attempt to deal with a new technology-driven media environment.

Apparently marketers aren’t winning this new war as the headlines indicate. Each year, hundreds of millions, maybe even billions, of ad dollars may be wasted due to outdated communication models. Continue reading…