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Connecting The Dots For A Mobile-First World

  • Jun 19, 14
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As published on MediaPost. By Senior Yield Analyst, Nick Galante When Tim Berners-Lee first conceived of a "hypertext project," the foundation that would become the World Wide Web, he chose to keep it open and free.

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Direct Agents Makes Crain's New York List of Top 25 Minority Owned Companies

  • Jun 19, 14
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Indian and Sri-Lankan descent owned digital marketing agency wins prestigious award

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Understanding & Navigating the Cross Platform Targeting Ecosystem

  • Jun 02, 14
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Direct Agents Senior Account Strategist, Jenny Sun explores recent developments in cross-platform targeting and what advertisers can do to take full advantage of emerging technology.

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Mobile In The Present Tense

  • May 09, 14
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By Yukari Rymar, Digital Account Executive I can’t swing a cat (and I swing cats all day) without hitting a conference, panel, or news article on the state of mobile. Marketers drop insights, share statistics, but there is a lack of data or ideation on the real and specific value of mobile.

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Internet Week Happy Hour Recap - Embracing The Mobile Marketing Chaos

  • Apr 25, 14
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The Digital Evolution of Programmatic Media Buying

  • Apr 03, 14
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Originally published on Website Magazine By Direct Agents Senior Yield Analyst, Nicholas Galante In the not-so distant past, media purchasing would take place between buyer and publisher until ad networks came on scene, opening the virtual floodgates to mass inventory buying.

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