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5 Things You’ll Learn in the Pattern89 Predict Live Demo

Bridget Johnston July 27, 2020

What if you never had to A/B test again? Imagine you could predict what would work, before you spent a dollar.  How would it feel to have statistical science backing...

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July 13, 2020

Pattern89 Adds to Growing Executive Team

Bridget Johnston

INDIANAPOLIS (July 13, 2020) – Pattern89, a platform that specializes in creative artificial intelligence (AI) to maximize digital ad performance, today announces the hiring of Allison Bantz as Chief Customer...

May 14, 2020

Cosmetics Advertising Trends by Ad Age and Pattern89

Bridget Johnston

The coronavirus pandemic is changing everything, including cosmetics advertising. Ad Age reached out to Pattern89 to learn how it’s affecting Facebook and Instagram ads. Pattern89’s AI analyzed billions of data...

April 6, 2020

Social Ad AI Coverage from Adweek

Bridget Johnston

Adweek has been covering innovations with Pattern89’s social ad AI. Infographic: Top Performing Emojis in Ads From top-performing emojis to the best shade of blue for a carousel ad, AI...

April 3, 2020

New York Times: Advertising AI Can Predicts What’s Next

Bridget Johnston

Since the coronavirus pandemic reached the United States in March, seemingly everything has changed. Advertising trends and practices have changed as well. Some marketers and advertisers have greatly pulled back...

March 31, 2020

Econsultancy: AI predicts advertising trends

Bridget Johnston

Pattern89’s AI predicts advertising trends, even during the rapidly-changing times of the coronavirus pandemic. Econsultancy looked at the latest trends discovered by Pattern89’s AI. They asked: What parts of our...

March 30, 2020

Business Insider: Consumers still expect to see social ads

Bridget Johnston

Consumers don’t want advertisers to stop running social ads, but they do want them to adjust their strategies. There is very little expectation from consumers that brands should stop advertising...