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  1. Google Display Ads on Mobile Devices: How to Avoid the Erroneous Clicks of Children

    There are a few factors that may cause unqualified traffic, such as mobile devices, campaign targeting, ad copy – but ultimately, I blame the children (but we’ll get to them in a minute). I don’t know about you, but most mothers I know aren’t...

  2. SEO Basics: 8 Essentials When Optimizing Your Site

    Think your title as a 4-8 word ad, so do your best to entice the reader so they want to click and read more. Skipping the basics and spending all your time and money on social and 'fancy stuff' is the same as skipping brushing your teeth and...

  3. Social Media ROI: 14 Formulas to Measure Social Media Benefits

    GOAL: Grow Awareness, Reduce Ad Costs social influencers X _____(#) average social network reach X _____(#) notable online brand mentions X $_____ paid spokesman or special guest costs (e.g.radio, TV, or direct mail endorsements) / _____(#) ad...

  4. Win Earned, Owned and Even ‘Paid’ Links With Content

    It’s the basis of inbound marketing and the currency traded among the globe’s largest media agencies to cover everything from TV and radio to print and digital ad spend. But as digital grows up to become a competitor for those ad dollars it is also...

  5. Is Super Bowl Advertising Money Well Spent?

    US advertisers spent $180 billion in 2012, but directed only 2 percent of that spend into mobile advertising, according to eMarketer’s Worldwide Ad Spending Forecast in January 2013. Should I supplement my Super Bowl ad spend with online video to...

  6. Online Video Ad Spending Increased 27% in 2012; Projected to Grow Another 47%

    A new research report from online video advertising company Adap.tv has found that online video ad spending has rose 27 percent in 2012. Adap.tv projects that online video ad spending will continue to grow by another 20 percent in 2013.

  7. The 'Hoarding' Template: A Perfect Model for Your AdWords Campaign

    The Ad as Teaser The second ad is slightly better, highlighting an outcome and sharing an offer. The third ad goes for the higher-level benefit (“renew your spirit”), which theoretically I should approve of as an empathetic approach.