The necessity of an online impression. A word on Gayle Fuguitt’s ARF departure. (RBDR 08.01.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) GetApp’s new research shows that to make the needed impression online, a company must have effective social media activity. It’s twice as important as mobile friendliness.

2) RBDR Producer Bob Lederer has a brief comment concerning ARF President Gayle Fuguitt’s decision to leave the association this October.

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Interview with ARF’s Gayle Fuguitt on 2016 ARF Audience Measurement Conference. (RBDR 06.13.2016)

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If you are in New York for the 2016 ARF Audience Measurement Conference, here is some of what you will be focused on through Tuesday. If you can not make it, ARF President Gayle Fuguitt tells RBDR the key issues in media research to be tackled.

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ARF’s “ads work” promise. P&G: 3rd parties needed for marketing innovation. (RBDR 02.24.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) The ARF promises that its ReThink Conference in March will deliver the goods that clearly, scientifically demonstrate that advertising works.

2) Procter & Gamble makes it publicly clear that it is looking for third-party companies that can improve its marketing innovation and connectivity.

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Larry Gold dies. Bill Harvey shares his ARF ’15 ReThink highlights. (RBDR 3 18 2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Larry Gold, for 25 years the Editor or Co-Editor of Inside Research, died last Friday. He was believed to be 80 years old. 2) Bill Harvey tells Bob Lederer which presentations at the ARF 2015 ReThink Conference made the most meaningful impressions on him.

New Super Bowl ad evaluation method. Fuguitt: what’s coming at ARF this week. (RBDR 3.16.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Ipsos and RealEyes have specific recommendations for how to compose a successful Super Bowl ad. 2) Facebook declares its belief that advertisers should judge their online advertising effectiveness based on the number of ads that are viewed on the desktop screen or mobile app. 3) ARF President Gayle Fuguitt shares highlights of this week’s Re-Think conference.