An Amazing Amount of Wrong

At PebblePost, we strive for a diverse culture that encourages people to express their individuality. We don’t want marionettes. Still, when it comes to the current state of marketing and advertising, we all speak with one voice. Marita Scarfi, our CFO and Head of West Coast Operations, recently summed up what we see industry-wide in five pointed words: “an amazing amount of wrong.” ... Read on.

#digital  #marketing  #Respect  #Procter & Gamble  #advertising

Walmart vs. Amazon: War of the Digital and Physical Worlds

Two recent occurrences serve as signals that we’re at a marketing crossroads. In June, Amazon announced that it had offered to buy Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. Two weeks earlier, at Walmart’s 47th Annual Shareholders Meeting, President and CEO Doug McMillon vowed to make the company “people-led and tech-empowered” with enhanced capabilities for online ordering and better delivery options. (Walmart was also rumored to be a potential Whole Foods suitor.) ... Read on.

#digital  #retail  #programmatic direct mail  #Amazon  #e-commerce  #Walmart  #physical

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Or: The Ancient Roman Origins of Native Advertising)

Truly original ideas are hard to come by. Search was a big one. The way social media has evolved makes it unlike anything else as well. And marketers have told us that PebblePost’s Programmatic Direct Mail® is a unique new marketing channel. ... Read on.

#digital  #tangiblemedia  #native advertising  #romans

The Farmer in the Deal (Or: Sowing the Seeds of a Startup)

The most common question we get here at PebblePost is: “How did you come up with the idea for Programmatic Direct Mail®?” ... Read on.

#digital  #programmatic  #startup  #tangiblemedia  #founder

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About Lewis

Lewis GershCurrent Chief Stamp Licker (a.k.a. CEO) at PebblePost, former VC in adtech, long-time endurance athlete, happy dad to “The Heathens.”

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