Paid Advertising

    • đź“Š Facebook Ads Reporting now in Raven

      I’m happy to announce that you can now report on Campaign, Ad Set, and Ad-level data for all of your Facebook Ads campaigns within Raven. Campaign: This is the level of data you could see previously in Raven Tools. Because we’ve added other levels of metrics, the Campaign view is now on its own tab. Choose a Campaign to view the ad sets and ads associated with that campaign.

      Jon Henshaw/ Raven Blogin Social- 10 readers -
  • Toxic Content: Advertise at Your Own Risk

    … spots on individual sites, in favor of the faster, cheaper method of targeting large groups of people based on their browser history. This is called programmatic advertising. (Have you ever abandoned, say, a decorative rug in an online shopping cart, just to find it following you around the internet? That’s programmatic hard at work.) Many…

    ZOG Digital Blogin Content- 15 readers -
  • How to Start with Paid Advertising

    … I’ve never run a paid advertisement for my own products. Why? Well, simply because I’ve never had any products of my own to sell. One of my goals for 2017 is to shift the higher percentage of income coming from affiliate marketing (selling the products of others for a commission) to earnings generated from my own stuff. The primary driver…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blogin Affiliate How To's- 12 readers -
  • Hyperlocal, Hyper-focused | Online Tips for Offline Traffic

    In the last two years, more searches were conducted on mobile devices than on desktop. This trend altered the traditional, linear consumer journey. It’s now broken into touch points where audiences hop around to different steps across devices. Hyperlocal targeting is the way to present products and services to customers in real time.

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  • 8 Ways for You to Create Content that Creates Customers

    … a few podcasts. When we’re recording the podcasts, we’re also recording them on video. Then we’re utilizing the transcription of those interviews to feed our writers to develop the content. As content performance increases, we may even utilize infographics and whitepapers to expand on the response and then paid promotion to expand their reach…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Content- 27 readers -
  • Advanced Paid Search Strategies with LuRae Lumpkin – SEMPO Chats

    …:00 — How do you leverage third-party data for building an audience? 54:45 — How do paid search leads differ from other channels? 58:50 — Tell us about your experience with Amazon’s search advertising options. 1:04:30 — What are your favorite go-to tools in your PPC toolbox? Do you have any other questions for LuRae regarding paid search…

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  • Quality Score – A New Low Spells Change (part 2)

    … Here’s part 2 of 2 on the changes to Quality Score that Google is rolling out in a few weeks. Check out part 1 here. What’s changing? The lowest quality score a given keyword can achieve now includes zero or null value. A keyword lacking the impressions or click data required to determine a quality score will automatically receive a null…

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  • Quality Score – A New Low Spells Change (part 1)

    … an indirect impact on Ad Rank and, in turn, our costs. By making improvements to keyword relevancy, paid media managers may begin to see improvements in their historical Quality Scores. By improving QS there should also be movement in real-time Ad Ranking which will help to improve ad position and lower cost per click. Because Google’s expected CTR…

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  • Programmatic comes to native ads

    … Deemed as the solution to the “right message to the right person at the right time,” programmatic advertising aims to place ads in the most effective and efficient way. Instead of mass-marketing an ad to anyone and everyone, the ultimate goal is to reach consumers who would be most interested in your brand, therefore using advertising dollars…

    ZOG Digital Blog- 21 readers -
  • Pinterest pins down market for CPG ads

    … to CPG brands. According to emarketer, CPG brands ranked fifth in digital ad spending share in the US in 2015, following retail, automotive, financial services and telecom. Google’s top ten for ad spend doesn’t even include CPG brands, so when consumers go to search for household items and clothing, Pinterest has the potential to be their first…

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  • Facebook Canvas ads stitch together interactivity, brand

    … Facebook recently introduced Canvas, a mobile-only, interactive ad unit that blends an immersive experience with all the perks of Facebook’s targeting system. With a Facebook built-in platform, marketers create customized full-screen ads that are compatible with Facebook’s news feed. The Canvas ads feature self-contained sequences of videos…

    ZOG Digital Blog- 19 readers -
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