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What actually happened is that big gave marketers what Farbman calls the most banal, disruptive and annoying part of marketing: retargeting.It was a fun piece of content that captured the playfulness of the brand’s voice.

(a) Unless specified otherwise in an IO, Spotify or Advertiser may cancel an IO as follows: (i) Upon 14 days’ prior written notice to the other party, provided that Advertiser be liable for any fees incurred up until the effective date of termination for any Ads served. For clarity and by way of example, if Advertiser cancels an IO eight (8) days prior to the serving of the first impression, the Ad may still be served and Advertiser will be responsible for the first six (6) days of delivered impressions.

Spotify will design and develop the Microsite, and include the Content on the Microsite, as requested by Advertiser. Advertiser must provide such Content to Spotify within the timeframe specified by Spotify. Before publishing the Microsite, Spotify will provide Advertiser with the opportunity to approve or amend the Microsite. Once the Microsite has been approved by Advertiser, Spotify shall publish the Microsite. Advertiser acknowledges and agrees that Spotify is not required to publish Microsite that has

With 70 million subscribers and a broader base of active users at least twice that amount, Spotify has always had a big opportunity to expand its massive music menu to other kinds of content. But the streaming service has notched a mixed track record on that front in recent years as executives charged with seizing […]That said, Holt isn’t swearing off original video entirely for the future, though it’s not something he’s currently developing.


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