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Expert Marketplace of professional copywriters writes high-quality ads fast and at scale for any advertiser with Boost Express Platform San Francisco, CA – May 25, 2016 – Boost Media, the leading digital ad creative marketplace, today released its Express ad writing platform to help advertisers capitalize on Google’s latest and historic change to text ads: Expanded Text Ads.
Marketers have historically been concerned with driving mobile app downloads. However, users’ devices have become so super-saturated with apps, one in four installed mobile apps are never used. It’s time to come up with better strategies for engaging the right users and keeping them interested. It’s well-worth considering YouTube as part of your mobile app marketing strategy.
By now, you’ve heard the AdWords Expanded Text Ads announcement. This is big news for search engine marketers. Initial Google reports cited CTR lifts of 20%. But the change is going to require a massive amount of copywriting—or the risk missing out big. Unless you’re one of a few beta testers, Expanded Text Ads isn’t yet available in your AdWords account.
Facebook has predicted slower growth in their latest earnings reports. What does this mean for Facebook advertisers and what can they expect from Facebook in 2017? Boost Media shares three predictions. 1. Higher CPCs on Facebook Ads Facebook is essentially running out of places to put ads and new users to reach out to. Twenty-two percent of the global population is already on Facebook.
Previously, Boost Media shared an overview of Apple Search Ads vs. AdWords to help search marketers understand the new app advertising platform. Now, it’s time to delve deeper into the nuances to help you set up and manage your first Apple Search Ads campaign. Apple Search Ads features and functionality Here are some of the nuances associated with Apple Search Ads—generally mo ...
What if, before developing an app, you knew exactly which features users wanted, and clearly understood app use-cases? Would having this information up-front influence your product roadmap? Could you leverage the information to build apps that more easily gain traction in the marketplace and save money on dev resources? Although there’s no crystal ball for this information, the data available t.
Continuing our coverage of Apple’s recently released mobile app advertising platform, Boost Media covers ideas on how to optimize Apple Search Ads when you can’t directly influence the ad creative. The first week, we shared ideas on incorporating Apple Search Ads into your marketing mix; last week, we provided a quickstart guide for AdWords experts wanting to start using Search Ads.
Last week, Boost Media outlined ideas on incorporating Apple Search Ads into your marketing mix. This week, we share tips to help you quickly transfer your AdWords SEM expertise to understanding Apple Search Ads. To keep it simple, we’ll compare Apple Search Ads and AdWords to see what’s the same and what’s different. Apple Search Ads vs.
In June 2016, Apple released a beta version of its new Search Ads platform to promote mobile app downloads. On October 5th, Search Ads were released to all advertisers. Early adopters are seeing excellent results with very low competition and CPTs (cost-per-taps). Boost Media shares ideas on integrating Apple Search Ads into your overall mobile app marketing mix.
In the last installment of this series, Boost Media covered using podcasting and podcast advertising as a way to learn how to execute successful audio media, in preparation for audio and voice emerging as the next UI in 2017. Here, we shed light on how to use search and social to ensure conversions are resulting from your podcast advertising efforts.
In the last installment of this series, Boost Media shared how exciting technology trends like IoT, AI, wearables, voice-activated devices, and a growth in audio media are culminating to position audio and voice as the next-generation user interface (UI). But this, like all emerging trends, seems nebulous, highly uncertain, and not immediately actionable for marketers with KPI ...
The way we interact with media content is constantly evolving. Way back in 1968, introduction of the mouse was critical to personal computer adoption, making computers accessible to non-technical users. Fast-forward to 2000, the introduction of mobile phones with a touchscreen (i.e., smartphones) put the wheels in motion for the mobile revolution.
Every week, Boost brings you insights straight from the writers in our Creative Network. Writers share tips on how to inject more creativity into ads, best practices for writing ad copy, and more. This week, Dylan Barmmer, pen name “wordisborn” who has been an active writer in the Network for over five years, shares about advertising growth. — There’s no mistaking it. The U.S.
It’s about that time of year. Pumpkin spice lattes and Halloween candy have made their debut, reminding us that 2017 is just around the corner. Yes, the holiday season is upon us, but it’s also time to start planning your marketing budget, resources, and strategy for the new year! To get you into the right mindset, Boost Media shares considerations for planning your 2017 creative resources.
Every week, Boost brings you insights straight from the writers in our Creative Network. Writers share tips on how to inject more creativity into ads, best practices for writing ad copy, and more. This week, Dylan Barmmer, pen name “wordisborn” who has been an active writer in the Network for over five years, discusses the power of words in conversions.
We certainly aren’t here to tell you which social media platform’s version of Stories is better—Instagram or Snapchat—but we think it’s important to understand what they’re about before pouring resources into them. Boost Media shares a few things to consider to help ensure your creative for Snapchat and Instagram Stories is jiving with your marketing objectives.
Co-founder and CPO Rob Lenderman was invited to speak at the “Getting Images Right In Paid Search” panel at SMX East. Join us at the premier Search marketing conference in NYC on September 27-29. Panel Overview Images are central to many types of search and social advertising, and there are easily as many ways to fail with images as win with them.
Every week, Boost brings you insights straight from the writers in our Creative Network. Writers share tips on how to inject more creativity into ads, best practices for writing ad copy, and more. This week, Dylan Barmmer, pen name “wordisborn” who has been an active writer in the Network for over five years, explains what old school advertising can teach us about digital ad success.
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