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The secret reasons advertisers love Pandora Radio

Here are four reasons to love Pandora Radio advertising Advertisers love Pandora Radio for many reasons. Let’s start with #1. 1) No clutter. Pandora serves only four minutes of ads per hour. Traditional radio serves about 16 minutes, more than 25% of the hour! Yikes. 2) Pandora users are logged into their account when they listen. Users are required to …

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The very first marketing tactic you absolutely must have going at all times: Remarketing

First things first, Remarketing. So you want to start advertising your business, and there are more options than you can wrap your head around. Start with Remarketing. Remarketing is serving banner ads to people who visit your website after they leave. Remarketing, sometimes called Retargeting, is the lowest hanging fruit in marketing. Do not miss this opportunity. Remarketing builds a …

Media Planner Vs Media Buyer

Media Planner vs Media Buyer: do you know the differences?

Many marketing and business people wonder what the difference between a Media Buyer and Media Planner is. In a traditional sizeable creative agency environment, there are often separate roles for the Media Planner vs Media Buyer. A Media Planner is typically responsible for analyzing data to ensure that advertising campaigns reach the right demographic most efficiently. These folks assess the …

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What you need to know about the ad market recovery from Coronavirus shock

Well, I’m glad I’m not the only one who has watched more TV this past seven weeks than I have in the past seven years. The ratings are in, and it’s not just the TV news networks that have sky-high Nielsen ratings! It’s HGTV and Food Network too. And Netflix, Prime Video, Disney +, and all the media, actually! Nothing …

Advertising During Economic Uncertainty

Leveraging the power of advertising during economic uncertainty

With the steady decline in the stock market and general uncertainty of what’s to come, some marketers are slowing down their advertising spend. But is this the best option when people are staying home with digital connections taking the place of face-to-face interactions? And as consumer behavior is changing, what effect is this having on performance and programmatic marketing? Here …