National Brands

  • Addressing Multi-Location Brands’ Digital Marketing Pain Points

    … and re-targeting would likely help them with conversion and increasing sales value. As shown in the figure below, Street Fight’s 2017 State of Hyperlocal analysis showed that selling to enterprise local marketers was one of the toughest challenges facing suppliers, right up there with raising their own company’s brand awareness and showing…

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  • Under Pressure, Local TV Advertising Still Shows Lots of Opportunity

    … on their phone. Both of those figures are up, but small-screen video is still small potatoes. Marketers still like TV, too Big brands and retailers that market locally rated local TV a more effective medium than any digital technique other than email marketing, according to a Street Fight survey earlier this year. Twenty-eight percent put…

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  • Study Points to Opportunities to Help Big Marketers and their Affiliates

    … Study Points to Opportunities to Help Big Marketers and their Affiliates November 21, 2016 by David Card Leave a Comment Filed Under: Commentary Selling local services to national brands is one of the toughest challenges facing suppliers of hyperlocal marketing technology and services, as well as local media and digital agencies. They should…

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  • 7 Platforms National Brands Can Use to Run Local Campaigns

    …, and mobile. Promoboxx also offers a Local Ads platform that launches targeted ad campaigns around specific retailer locations. Promoboxx works with brands like Converse, Pepsi, and Osprey. 2. MomentFeed: Bringing together national brands and local shoppers MomentFeed helps national brands handle mobile SEO and social media at scale. The company…

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