OwnerIQ at iMedia, 2011

  • by ownerIQ
  • May 31, 2011

by Sam Rubenstein, The iMedia summit took place in Bonita Springs, Fl from May 22 – 25th. There were a number of interesting presentations and speakers giving their insights on the current state of online advertising and what we can expect moving forward. Topics throughout the conference ranged from online privacy, the future of media […]

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OwnerIQ at NY Media Day

  • by ownerIQ
  • May 10, 2011

OwnerIQ was proud to sponsor The Advertising Club’s NY Media Day conference today at The Times Center. The theme of the event was “Roadmap to Activation,” a discussion about how marketers and agencies are adjusting, experimenting and succeeding in today’s ever evolving media and technology landscape. The panel explored topical subjects such as the convergence […]

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Marketing-Expert Blog: Programmers, Cheaper Isn’t Always Better

  • by ownerIQ
  • Apr 25, 2011

We came across an article today on The Marketing Blog that we thought was humorous and interesting, especially being in the tech industry ourselves. Entitled “Programmers: Cheaper Isn’t Always Better”, Michael Fleischner talks about how to go about finding a quality programmer for your money. “During the last year I’ve embarked on a number of […]

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Tom Hespos on DishyMix

  • by ownerIQ
  • Apr 21, 2011

We came across an interesting blog post on Tom Hespos’ Blog featuring a podcast interview where he speaks on more than just typical digital media. Here’s a snippet. “One of the things I love about DishyMix is that it gives you insight into the PEOPLE who are big in the digital business – not just […]

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Managing Online Privacy: A Guide For Non-Geniuses

  • by ownerIQ
  • Apr 13, 2011

Senator John Kerry (D-Mass) recently introduced a Privacy Bill on 4/13/11. In it he stated the following concern, “You shouldn’t have to be a computer genius in order to opt out of information sharing ”… We at OwnerIQ wholeheartedly agree with Senator Kerry’s sentiment. In fact, our CEO, Jay Habegger addressed this very topic in […]

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