THE Z: DRIVE

Delivering all the latest news, announcements & observations relevant to ZAG Interactive and the multimedia world at large.

  • 08
    Jul
    2015

    What Makes Remarketing So Remarkable?

    Have you ever browsed something online and then been treated to ads for it upon visiting other sites? That's remarketing in action! For marketers, remarketing is a perfect solution for audiences who aren’t quite ready to take action. For consumers, it provides that subtle (or not so subtle) reminder of their previous browsing experiences. Explore what makes remarketing important for today’s marketers.
  • 30
    Jun
    2015

    Heat is On with Four New Site Launches in June

    Parking lot cookouts, swimming in the company kiddie pool, developing and launching four more responsive websites...June was a busy month at ZAG and we’re still going strong through the summer. Read about these latest responsive website launches from ZAG Interactive.

    by: Michelle Brown

  • 22
    Jun
    2015

    40 Statistics That Prove Social Media Is Here to Stay

    Since 2004, the adoption of social media has seen explosive growth. Get access to the latest social media statistics that demonstrate that the age of social media has only just begun.

    by: Alexandra Giarratano

  • 12
    Jun
    2015

    Social Media Glossary – Understanding Social Media from A to Z

    Pins and posts. Fans and favorites. Handles and hashtags. The world of social media has exploded and along with it, there is a lot of lingo to add to your arsenal of digital knowledge. So reference this handy social media glossary to get up to speed, check your knowledge and impress your kids at the dinner table. #totesawesome

    by: Michelle Brown

  • 09
    Jun
    2015

    Working Backwards to Build Effective Financial Marketing Campaigns

    If you’ve ever walked backwards, you know how unnatural (and scary) it feels. But when it comes to financial marketing, working backwards toward your goals is the best way to ensure that you are approaching each objective intelligently, methodically and measurably.

    by: Michelle Brown