6 Ways to get the most from your Google Grant AdWords Account You start off with great news…your nonprofit organization just got accepted into the Google Grant program and you’ve got up to $10,000 a month of free advertising! But then you start your campaigns and struggle to “spend” a few hundred dollars [...]
There's a common misconception millenials don't want or care about having a local bank...they can do everything they need online. However, the data suggests a different story. In a study released by the Harris Poll in the beginning of 2017 roughly 1/3 of Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers stated that a bank's website was their [...]
The AOR has been replaced with a composite team of in house resources, agency partners, solutions providers and publishers all working together. So how do you make these complex teams work well together?
Banner ads have gotten a bad rap over the years -- and it's mostly our own fault...
The digital industry is comprised of an odd bunch of characters...
It's easy to poke fun at the guy walking down the street with his Google Glass, the woman at the coffee shop checking texts on her smart watch, or the jogger with a $150 Fuel Band that replaced a $5 pedometer..
Social media has changed the way people interact by providing new ways and new venues for people to interact with a much larger sphere of friends, acquaintances, and associates..
Originally published in iMediaConnection.com on September 30, 2013. Our industry is full of great ideas and new ways to engage prospects. And every now and then, something comes around that changes the industry. In 1997, who would have thought we needed another search engine? And then along came Google, which not only changed the search [...]
Originally published in iMediaConnection on February 6, 2013. As I started researching this article, I found quite a number of articles about the different types of Facebook friends and fans. They use a lot of cute names for the types of friends and fans (my favorite being "the poker player" -- thank goodness Facebook's poke [...]
Originally published in iMediaConnection.com by Peter Platt on December 10, 2012. Digital marketing has already had its share of watershed moments. 2013 is not going to be “the year of the [fill in the blank].” Instead, 2013 is going to build on the digital accomplishments of the past. Our industry is going to continue its refinement [...]