Today’s advertisers face a problem that no one could have imagined forty years ago: How do you reach consumers when people spend more time looking at their phones than watching TV? With the decline in TV viewership and the rapid rise in video games, advertising money is quickly moving into the digital world. But the internet is not a place for passive viewership: Promoting products now means active engagement, from clicks, to likes and shares. Startups like CataBoom are showing big name compa...
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