Editor’s Note: This is a promoted jobs post by Adtile. Everyone is seems to lean towards the “hate” side of their love/hate relationship with the advertising industry, so why would you want to work in it? Well, Helsinki/San Diego-based Adtile is moving fast with an outside take on the advertising with a plan to make […]
We’ve covered Adtile a decent amount in recent months, and we think that the company is heading in an exciting direction – which is just one of the reasons we use their ad platform on ArcticStartup. With the recently announced $4.5 million (€3.3 million) Series A from private investors, the company aims to build an […]
Editor’s note: this is a sponsored post by Adtile Despite the shifts in spending we see moving to mobile advertising, basically every ad you see on your phone are about as unsophisticated as a late 90’s web banner. Meanwhile your phone is packed with sensors like magnetometers, touch screens, GPS, and motion sensors, making interacting […]
IIn the world of today, advertising is everywhere. What is more, advertisers are doing their best to be as accurate as humanly possible in tracking down exactly who you are. They do so in order to make their ads more “relevant” and hopefully increase the probabilities of you purchasing their products.
Let’s get one thing straight – advertising sucks. Not because it is bad on a moral level or because it is annoying. It is bad because it is just boring and outdated. The little innovation that did happen in the industry mostly revolved around better ways of tricking you into seeing ads. But then we […]
Let’s talk about ads for a moment. Looking back in history, advertisement was pretty much always there. Egyptians used papyrus for sales posters and political campaign messages were found in ancient ruins of Pompeii and Arabia. However it has been the last 70 years or so when advertisement really shaped up. Mad Men TV series […]