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Hello Bidtellectuals!

Congratulations to Bidtellectuals of the Week Tj, Dre, and Luke, who stepped up to help a fellow employee! We love to see it!

2nd Virtual All Hands? Success!

Last week’s virtual All Hands was a success! Bidtellectuals across the country gathered over Zoom to talk 2022 strategic vision and departmental goals. Bonus highlights include: employee fun facts, Bidtellect Bingo, a cooking demo, paint party, and movement activities! We loved seeing everyone’s smiling faces, even if it was through a screen. We can’t wait ’til we can meet in person once again. The future’s looking bright, Bidtellectuals!

On the left: Bidtellectuals showcase their creative side with a Paint the Town Paint Party! On the right: Bidtellect CEO Lon Otremba cooks up Cajun Shrimp for our Bidtellect Top Chef Cooking Demo.

Around the Industry:

  • Looking for a holiday gift? Why not buy a jingle? The songwriters’ royalty for ‘The Best Part of Wakin’ Up’ of Folgers commercials is on the auction block (Adweek)!
  • Is there any validity to “The Great Resignation”? Maybe. More than 15 million U.S. workers have left their jobs since April, and 40% of employees surveyed in the U.S., Australia, Canada, Singapore and the United Kingdom say they’re “somewhat likely” to quit in the next three to six months (McKinsey, 2021).
  • Is the cookieless future really here? The IAB’s 2021 “State of Data” report estimated $12.3 billion in spending last year on third-party audience data, as well as $8.0 billion on data activation solutions. Most of the audience data spending—$7.3 billion—went toward data used for digital channels (IAB via eMarketer, 2021)
  • Consumers (still) prefer nonintrusive ads, especially as they get savvier. A solid majority (63%) of adblock users said they’d be willing to accept ads on websites if their ad experiences were light and nonintrusive, per a Blockthrough survey (eMarketer, 2021)
  • Due to its most recent lawsuit, Facebook will modify the way it displays potential reach and interest category predictions in Ads Manager so that advertisers see a range rather than a specific number – i.e. it’s way less specific (Adexchanger).

Creatives of the Week:


Each week, we’ll share some of our most engaging creatives out in the wild!

Both of these images have been top creatives of the week before – if it works, it works! In both, clear images featuring either a person or the product and complementary copy lead to success.

Read more about Bidtellect’s creative services team, [b]+studio.

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Is Your Holiday Creative Ready?

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Robots! Bidtellect Executes Awareness Strategy for New to Market Robot Walking Companion, Exceeds Goals Across Formats

Tasked with creating awareness and driving purchases within a niche audience and set of DMAs, Bidtellect maximized its context-driven capabilities across Native Video and Responsive Native Display for campaign success

Read more here.

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