Beyond Billboards: Welcoming a New Golden Age of Advertising

| August 3, 2017

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How do you define advertising? MelindaMcLaughlin, CMO, Extreme Reach, believes that content distribution and consumption is blurring the lines of what an ‘ad’ is, and that this actually brings with it untold opportunities. Writing exclusively for ExchangeWire, McLaughlin takes a look at some of the brands that are redefining the advertisement.

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