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Demographics aren’t dead

Are demographics dead? Will marketers eventually buy most if not all media inventory, including television inventory, on performance-based models instead?

Executives from agency Initiative think so.

The smartphone is basically the holy grail: study

Just about everyone in the marketing and technology fields has accepted that mobile and more specifically, the mobile internet, are really, really important. That’s true today, and it’s only going to be more so in the future.

But many believe that mobile is more than just really, really important; they believe it will be far and away the most important channel as more and more consumers become armed with smartphones.

According to a study conducted by market research firm Ipsos OTX on behalf of Google, that belief has some supporting evidence.

Google: the search party ain’t over

Are Google’s best days behind it? The company may be one of the most recognized brands on the internet, and one of the most important technology companies in the world, but Google isn’t quite growing like a weed anymore.

That gives analysts and pundits plenty of ammunition to ask whether Google’s future is less bright than its past. Fortune is the latest publication to promote the notion that “the search party is over” for the Mountain View search giant.