WE’VE DONE THE DIRTY WORK FOR YOU, SCOURING THE WEB FOR OUR FAVORITE FINDS OF THE WEEK. HERE’S OUR QUICK ROUNDUP OF THE MOST IMPORTANT, INTERESTING AND INSPIRING THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW IN THE DIGITAL WORLD, COURTESY OF YOUR GDD INTERACTIVE TEAM.
This week a London agency debuted the world’s first artificially intelligent ad which “evolves” based on its audience’s reactions. (Fast Company) – Kylie Paul, Social Media Manager
Google Panda 4.2 started slowly rolling out this last weekend. Because this update could take months for a full roll out, you may not see penalties right away. (Search Engine Land) – Stephanie Bursa, Senior Director of Digital Media
Twitter releases event-based marketing calendars and allows brands, big and small, to share advertising space during any given event. (Advertising Age) – Daniel Loehr, Lead Paid Search Specialist
Forget the old goal to see your “name in lights” … now Forever 21 thinks it should be to see your “Instagram photo in thread.” See what #F21ThreadScreen is all about. (Adweek) – Carolyn Haynes, Director of Content Marketing
Sad, but true. (UX Myths) (curated from our friends at Primitive Spark) – Guy Dineen, CEO & Founder
Read all about Crispin Porter + Bogusky’s ingenious way to utilize standard ad buys and social media in an unusual way. We just might start reading the fine print a little bit more. (Adweek) – Lauren Geary, Account Supervisor
The website Ashley Madison gets hacked and all their users’ information gets compromised. This is why website security is important even if your target audience is scum. (NPR) – Kyle Jordan, Senior Developer