I'm not into digital marketing, downloading, or streaming - I've always been a man of the theaters.
Pinterest is like window shopping 3.0.
We share a culture focused on our clients.
The CMO is expected to spend more on technology than the CIO by 2017.
It doesn't make much sense and it's nil premium. They're going to have co-CEOs...which is a very uncomfortable structure.
We at Google have made tremendous advances in understanding language. Our knowledge graph has been fundamental to that. The new algorithm that we launched today called Hummingbird has been a great leap forward.
Not only because the product wasn't a great product, but remember it took us five or six years to ship it. Then we had to sort of fix it. That was what I might call Windows 7.
There's an obvious marketing component to doing something digitally where you're reaching out to new readers that you can't do in the existing print marketplace, or that it's difficult to do in the existing print marketplace.
Digital for storage and quickness. Analog for fatness and warmth.
Marketing has always been about the same thing - who your customers are and where they are.