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Imagen Makes Licensing Video, Podcasts and Images a Breeze with New Intuitive Monetization Feature

Digital media management platform streamlines the process to generate revenue from content; eases access and acquisition process for licensees Imagen, the leading video management platform for sports organizations, media companies and the enterprise sector, unveiled a comprehensive monetization tool to simplify the process of bringing content to market and generating revenue. Imagen’s monetization feature also makes it easier for licensees to acquire content assets and rights packages as quick and easy as adding items to a…

8 Tips for Creating High-Performing Emails

Every month it seems like there’s a new way to contact customers—social media, chat, text messages, push notifications—and yet email is still the top-performing communication channel for the majority of marketers. There are no signs of Email Marketing slowing down either, with more and more consumers expected to adopt email worldwide over the next three years. Knowing these trends, it’s more important than ever to ensure that your Marketing emails are designed to actively engage customers and get a solid Return On…

Neuromarketing 101: Neurocreativity is Changing How We Create Content

Did you know? Neuromarketing is the key. About 95% of consumer decisions are made non-consciously, and emotional campaigns are more than twice as likely to generate a very high ROI. Every image evokes emotion, and emotional resonance creates deeper engagement. Balancing emotional impact with effective brand messaging has long been the goal of marketers, so if you can tap into emotional response as a brand, you tap into a consumer’s perception, which is known to influence behavior. Nearly everyone is a photographer and…

A Bold New Visual World: Why The Future of Advertising is Images

The popular idiom “A picture is worth a thousand words” is no offhanded or inflated saying. Variations of this timeless and still-relevant concept date back to advertising copy from the early 1900s, and in some cases its origins are attributed to an unknown Japanese philosopher or a Chinese proverb. No source is certain, but image-based advertising has been around for a very long time, not just for its capacity to effectively distill complex messaging into visual essence, but because visual over text-based targeting is now a…