There are many ways to successfully market a business. As people consistently spend more time online, advertising on the internet is becoming a necessity rather than an option. Google Ads, formerly known as Google AdWords, is one of the best methods anyone can use to get their message across.
Google Ads is something everyone should incorporate into their marketing budget this year and we’re going to tell you why. Continue reading “Rank Higher with Google Ads”
The world of digital marketing is constantly expanding. As new marketing techniques become available, advertisers have even more ways to accomplish their goals. One of the newest and most polarizing methods to hit the marketing industry is called addressable geo-fencing. Addressable geo-fencing, while obviously related to traditional geo-fencing, is a completely different animal. The addition of the “addressable” functionality now allows for a more precise way to advertise to your audience.
Continue reading to learn about the pros of addressable geo-fencing and why it’s a tactic to consider adding to your marketing strategy immediately. Continue reading “Why Addressable Geo-Fencing is the Way to Go”
Logo design is one of the most important, if not the most important part of branding your business. Your logo is likely the first thing that every customer is going to see from your business, so it must make a great first impression. Not enough people allocate the necessary time and resources to design the perfect logo, which only hurts their overall brand in the long run. Whether you’re just starting out, or looking for a brand refresh, a logo is a good place to start.
To help you in this process, we’ve selected a few do’s and don’ts of logo design we find important.
Continue reading “Fall in Love with your Logo”
Twenty years ago, when display banners were in their infancy, marketers placed ads by going directly through website owners to buy inventory space on their web pages. The ads came in all shapes and sizes, and most generated click-through rates (CTR) ranging between 50 percent and 90 percent. Everyone was eager to click on a banner. Fast-forward to 2018, and you’re lucky if 10 out of every 10,000 people who see a display ad clicks on it. People have become “banner blind” and generally distrust them, so fewer and fewer people click on them. Continue reading “Are Programmatic Display Ads Worth the Investment?”