Adomatica was launched in 2007 by Austin-based Robert Gilbreath. Robert’s back-ground online spans from Netscape and ebay to Facebook and the latest ecommerce technologies. He blogs about advertising agencies, marketing, new media, careers, and other general observations of how companies, in the end, choose to interact with their customers. Gilbreath has picked-on a few folks, made some videos, caused some trouble, and had a great time along the way.
“Adomatica” comes from the combination of the words advertising and automatic. Today’s marketing and advertising is not all about long time-lines and big media buys. Online marketing and new media allows us to quickly get a message out to the public. We can also get and see the results of our labor in near real-time. This speed to market and quick return of data is “Adomatica”.
Adomatica is owned and operated by Robert Gilbreath. The views expressed on this blog are his personal opinion and do not necessarily reflect the views of his employer or clients. The same holds true for comments posted to Adomatica. They are the comment posters’ personal opinion and do not necessarily reflect Robert Gilbreath’s views or the views of Robert’s employer or clients.
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