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Taking on the duopoly: What are the mobile advertising alternatives to Facebook and Google?

Facebook and Google are dominating mobile advertising, so what are marketers to do? Columnist Brian Handly discusses the solution to competing with the internet behemoths. Brian Handly on November 29, 2017   Early this year, I was invited to attend a meeting with a digital sales team for a well-known media company and an agency … Continue reading Taking on the duopoly: What are the mobile advertising alternatives to Facebook and Google?

Google Analytics Part 1: An Introduction for New Users

Rachel Cunningham — November 28, 2017 — November 28, 2017 Tracking metrics are essential to evaluate the efficacy of any project or campaign. The same rings true for B2B website design projects and marketing campaigns. Enter Google Analytics, the search engine’s web traffic and website performance tracking tool. Not only does Google Analytics (GA) provide … Continue reading Google Analytics Part 1: An Introduction for New Users

3 Creative Ways to Use Ad Extensions (that Google Won’t Tell You About!)

Allen Finn — November 21, 2017 — November 21, 2017 Question: What kind of advertiser doesn’t want their creative to sprawl down and across the entirety of a prospect’s search engine results page? Answer: A bad one. And how does one achieve such SERP dominance? Why, through ad extensions, of course! As most of you … Continue reading 3 Creative Ways to Use Ad Extensions (that Google Won’t Tell You About!)

5 Reasons Why Google Alerts Just Aren’t Enough Anymore

Patrick Whatman — November 16, 2017 Follow @mrwhatman — November 16, 2017 If you’re in marketing or communications, you’re almost certainly familiar with Google Alerts. It’s the free tool that sends email updates whenever your keywords are used online. And even though Google itself declared the tool “broken,” they’re still immensely popular: Source: Google Trends … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Google Alerts Just Aren’t Enough Anymore