Future 2023 digital marketing trends – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

Future 2023 digital marketing trends – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Reports say 2023 will be a year of change, featuring a new crop of digital growth. Marketers and brands are finalizing 2023 plans on the ever-changing landscape.

Nelson Spade, General Manager of Circulus Digital Media, WISH-TV’s full service digital agency and sister company, discussed what’s important for marketers to be ready for in 2023.

“There are a lot of themes and expectations for 2023 going in the New Year. Ad spending shifts are real, and they’re happening. Growth in the retail space as well as the streaming services are really expected to fuel 2023 growth. Gen Z

 
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A future orientation intervention delivered through a smartphone application and virtual reality: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial | BMC

A future orientation intervention delivered through a smartphone application and virtual reality: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial | BMC

Design

The current study regards an iteration and extension of a prior pilot RCT [see 31] evaluating the first version of the FutureU app. In the present study, the intervention will be examined through an RCT with three conditions: (1) a smartphone condition in which the intervention is implemented via (an iteration of) the FutureU app, (2) a VR condition in which the intervention is delivered through immersive VR, and (3) an active control condition in which participants set goals but receive no further intervention. Ethical approval was obtained from the independent Ethics Board of the Institute of Education and

 
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Media Buying Briefing: What a tour through Dentsu and Microsoft’s metaverse campus says about the future of digital marketing

Media Buying Briefing: What a tour through Dentsu and Microsoft’s metaverse campus says about the future of digital marketing

When you first land in Dentsu’s newly-built metaverse campus in a virtual reality outer space, it can feel like you’re in “Fortnite.”

While the popular battle royale game and Dentsu’s space in metaverse productivity platform HeadOffice.Space do have one thing in common — both are built on virtual world creation tool Unreal Engine 5 — users won’t be scaling buildings or blasting one another with cannons. Instead, they can test out retail concepts or build showrooms in the metaverse that will be accessible through virtually reality devices or any online mobile and desktop devices.

In the lead-up to the Consumer

 
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One Enabling Technology That Will Help Build The New Industry Of The Future

One Enabling Technology That Will Help Build The New Industry Of The Future

Since the dawn of human civilization, people have been using the cold for the preservation of food. Early humans carved and stored ice next to food to keep it from spoiling. The use of low temperatures in medicine can also be traced back to medical procedures from ancient Egypt that were performed almost 5000 years ago. Even Hippocrates himself recommended the use of ice to stop bleeding and swelling. Nowadays, we know how to efficiently utilize the cold in many ways, from modern refrigeration to operating halls. Cold is used in modern surgeries,

 
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China’s Plan to Dominate Future of Tech, Economy, Military Is Failing

China’s Plan to Dominate Future of Tech, Economy, Military Is Failing

Beijing is furious. China’s leadership knows that it is losing the race for the future of technology. It is a race that could make or break the country’s super power status. And Washington is determined to do everything possible to slow it down. 

Semiconductor chips are the tiny brains that power our technological world, from cars and cellphones to fighter jets and advanced missile systems. They’re so complex that no country can produce a single chip by itself. In years past, this was a good thing. Governments understood that technology is not a zero-sum game — that innovation in one

 
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How People From 1955 Imagined Technology of the Future

How People From 1955 Imagined Technology of the Future

“When milady goes food shopping in 1975, there’ll be no lengthy waiting at a check-out counter,” this slide read. “The improvement, pictured here, will be an automatic computer that will price all the items as they pass under an electronic eye.”

The first question some from the 21st century is likely asking with an illustration like this: Where are the barcodes? While the barcode was invented in the late 1940s, they wouldn’t make their way to U.S. supermarkets until the 1970s. How is this “electronic eye” scanning the food? Perhaps it just knows what a carrot looks like and why

 
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