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Advertising Tips for the Digital Marketer
If you’ve decided to launch an online advertising campaign, congratulations! You’ll be joining the hordes of other businesses who spend over $40 billion annually. And if you’re like most advertisers, you’re hoping to get a positive (and hopefully very large) ROI on that spend. Of course, before you start advertising—whether pay per click (PPC) or […] Continue Reading
When setting up a new PPC advertising campaign—whether it’s Search or Contextual Advertising—choosing the right keywords is crucial to your success. It’s important to find not only the kinds of audiences most interested in your products or services, but also enough of them to grow your business successfully. Continue Reading
Internet ad revenues hit a historic high last year, according to the Internet Advertising Bureau, with 5.3 trillion display ads served to U.S. consumers. Despite this, click-through rates (CTR) for banner ads have been declining consistently. Every year, advertisers spend billions on ads that consumers never see. No matter who your audience is, chances are […] Continue Reading
Pay per click advertising campaigns have so many moving parts that it’s easy to take for granted what might be the most important factor: ad copy that is relevant and compelling. However, not all ad copy carries the same weight. Some parts count more than others—specifically, the headline. In fact, approximately 80 percent of people […] Continue Reading
At Advertise.com, we naturally believe in the power of online advertising. But we also believe in honesty. Unfortunately, in this industry the two are not always synonymous. In its 2013 report “Busting Bad Advertising Practices,” Google revealed that it removed 350 million ads in 2013 due to harmful or deceptive messaging. Meanwhile, as native ads […] Continue Reading
Imagine this: you manage your company’s PPC (pay per click) ad account, but are working with a severely limited budget. It might be discouraging or even intimidating to make tough advertising decisions when you know you’re not reaching your total potential audience. For many of you reading this, you don’t have to imagine. We understand […] Continue Reading
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