In a sporting event where everything is extravagant, from the half-time show to advertising budgets, how do brands beat the competition and cut through the noise? Do they crank the volume up or opt for subtlety?
Is it discriminatory to target digital ads based on a person's gender, age, or income? The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development says, "yes." Here's how Facebook's ads discriminate against protected classes.
Before advertising platforms like Facebook and Google had these sophisticated targeting tools, you had to write excellent copy, come up with a creative idea, and select the ad placement incredibly well to get people's attention.
Recently, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) filed a lawsuit against Facebook stating that their ad delivery algorithm discriminates against protected classes such as race, gender, etc.
America's lite beer brands are feuding... again.
If you’ve been doing social media marketing or running ad campaigns on Facebook for a while, this is too rudimentary – stop reading. However, if you’re getting into the Facebook advertising game, or consider yourself a novice when it comes to digital...
"The ideas presented in your copy should flow in a logical fashion (down), anticipating your prospects' questions and answering them as if the questions were asked face to face." – Joseph Sugarman
Data is hot right now, but not many brands know how to use data to their advantage. So we’re going to show you a few simple ways to use data to improve your paid advertising and marketing performance.
I recently pulled up a video on YouTube and was presented with a 4-minute pre-roll ad... No thanks. What advertising agency thought this was a good idea?
Let’s face it - the internet has changed the world in incredible ways. It has revolutionized the way companies do business, especially when it comes to marketing.
Lawyer, attorney, structured settlements – what do these all have in common?
We’ve all heard the adage: You have to spend money to make money. But, somewhere deep in our subconscious, we listen to the voice of our grandmother saying, “be smart with your money, make informed purchases and investments.”