Monthly Archives: January 2017

Evolution of Advertising: Rise of the Bots

Would you take shopping recommendations from a chatbot? Startups like Radbots are using artificial intelligence to turn targeted advertising into a positive experience. Join the founders of Radbots in this podcast to learn about the future of advertising and chatbots as well as how to use them to reach your company’s audience.

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How Brands are Still Doing Snapchat Wrong (And Tips on How You Can Get It Right)

Snapchat: Is it for everyone? As companies continue to refine their understanding of the social media channel and how it can help their brands, the world has seen many mistakes and misuses of the platform. Spark’s resident Snapchat and PR experts break down what has gone wrong and how brands should use this tool to grow their following and their business.

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So Many Robots! …And More CES 2017 Trends

Thousands of presenters. Over a hundred thousand attendees. CES just keeps growing and 2017 broke records. Learn about the major trends from security to augmented reality and how they compare to last year’s show from Account Manager Cristina Dunning in this podcast.

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CES 2017: Sparkles and Spirits Makes For Tremendous Success

To kick off the exciting CES week in style, Spark hosted its annual CES party “Sparkle and Spirits” on Wednesday night in the Mirage to tremendous applause from media and our participating clients alike, including Brilliant Home, Endless, Otto, VivaLink, Waves and SetApp/MacPaw.

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What’s Next in Marketing in 2017? (5 areas of predictions)

We marketing and PR professionals saw a lot in 2016: Apple’s fight with the government over privacy, Twitter’s potential sale, and don’t even get us started on the presidential election. After taking it all in, we have some ideas about what might come next for marketing and PR. Here’s what some of Spark’s experts have to say:

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Spark Talks: IoT Podcast

What are the biggest challenges for Internet of Things (IoT) companies in terms of public relations: viability, security, lack of consumer education? How does big data play a part in PR and marketing for IoT companies, since they have so much information on their customers? What’s in store for IoT’s future? And do IoT products actually make your life easier?

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