Jonathan Ringen, whose bylined article “Advertising Superstar David Droga Knows How to Get In Your Head,” appeared first in Fast Company’s website. Below is a snippet pointing out a watershed moment in advertising history:
“...Droga—who has a reputation for being outspoken, edgy, and critical of his industry—is one of the ad business’s key thinkers at a moment of major uncertainty. Last year, digital marketing in the United States exceeded television advertising for the first time, with $72.5 billion spent online versus $71.3 billion paid for TV spots, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report. With 30-second TV spots increasingly being replaced by programmatic advertising on Facebook and Google, the creative work done by traditional agencies matters far less than data analytics and targeting...”
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