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The Ups and Downs of Twitter’s Promoted Stickers

August 23, 2016

Promoted Stickers can be a good step in the right direction for Twitter, but only if they make sure not to get stuck with too few partners. Read DX partner Ben Hordell’s latest op-ed in The Chief Marketer for more on how Twitter should look to position it’s newest paid offering.

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Trending in Adweek: Snapchat Copycats

August 22, 2016

Messaging apps more and more are trying to swipe Snapchat’s mojo. Here’s a breakdown of how Facebook, Google, and other challengers stack up.

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Will Olympic standouts land luxury endorsements to remain in consumers’ consciousness?

August 19, 2016

“By linking up with a sponsor, [Olympic athletes] can stay in the public eye longer.” – Ben Hordell, DXagency Founding Partner.

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IWantHerJob.com Interviews DXagency’s Sandy Rubinstein

August 11, 2016

As a boss who understands the importance of putting family first and creating a fun work environment, DX’s Sandy Rubinstein isn’t surprised her company was named as a “Best Place to Work” by Ad Age two years in a row.

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6 Work Spaces That Will Give You Office Envy

July 28, 2016

The DXagency office was designed to invoke the feeling of a close-knit community or a team, said CEO Sandy Rubinstein.

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DX’s Michael Dub Observes Moosejaw’s Virtual Reality Shopping App

June 8, 2016

Online shopping has become the most convenient way to shop, but still lacks the benefits of a physical presence. Now, Moosejaw has implemented a VR app to expand the product experience.

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DX CEO Sandy Rubinstein Gives Her Expertise On Managing An Ad Agency

June 8, 2016

Many factors determine success for a company, from a diverse team to a positive working environment. “It’s the only way for your company to succeed”.

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DX’s Michael Dub Discusses How To Build Connections With An Audience

June 3, 2016

In our interconnected society, digital content is being produced faster than we can consume it. This makes it difficult to distinguish your brand in a crowded space.

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