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Jason Rubenstein, Director, NA

Jason Rubenstein is a director for North America at Expedia Media Solutions, where he leads the US agency relations team responsible for creating and delivering digital advertising campaigns across all industry verticals. Jason brings more than 10 years of marketing and advertising experience across entertainment, CPG, financial services and travel industries. Prior to joining Expedia Media Solutions, Jason worked at Amazon Media Group, Xbox Advertising, Bing.com and Garrigan Lyman Group. He started his career with the Seattle Sonics and currently resides in Seattle.
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Monthly Top 5: Travel Digital Media Optimizations

With digital marketing spanning multiple channels, platforms, technologies, pricing models, and more, it’s always a best practice to ensure your optimizing these channels to meet and exceed your marketing goals. A challenge amongst advertisers is that with all of these channels and platforms, the influx of data and reporting can be overwhelming. Additionally, it can be difficult to identify the specific actionable insight from that data.

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   Jason Rubenstein, Director, NA Posted on 8/23/16 8:16 AM

 


 

Topics: Best Practices

Our Top 5 Takeaways for DMOs from DMAI 2016

What an incredible week! Last week at DMAI 2016, I had the opportunity to attend sessions, chat with industry experts, and hear from marketing leaders. From numerous presentations, conversations and observations, I wanted to share my top 5 key takeaways for DMOs from the event.

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   Jason Rubenstein, Director, NA Posted on 8/11/16 9:37 AM

 


 

Topics: Best Practices, Destination Marketing, Events

#TBT: Driving Engagement with Creative and DreamWorks Animation

Let’s take a Throwback Thursday trip back in time to a campaign we partnered on with DreamWorks Animation for the launch of their mega-hit movie, Mr. Peabody & Sherman. The film premiered in 2014 in the United States – ultimately grossing nearly $300 million in worldwide box office. Leading up to opening night, DreamWorks Animation wanted to build awareness of the movie, specifically among families, while incorporating travel—and specifically time travel—since this was a central theme of the movie.

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   Jason Rubenstein, Director, NA Posted on 8/27/15 9:00 AM

 


 

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