No matter a person’s age, everyone loves to have good experiences with others. Meaning that, as a business, creating an event that can allow potential customers to interact and experience your product or service can lead to people being more likely to choose your company.
In today’s world, technology has enabled us to communicate in ways that past societies would never have dreamed. We can use this increased dependence on technology to amplify the impact of experiential marketing.
Without the use of online marketing methods, it’s difficult to get the word out about a given event, especially if it’s a one-time thing. However, using digital marketing, you can inform more people about your event and therefore can see the best results.
By taking experiential marketing online, companies have adopted digital experiential marketing.
With the revamp of Google AdWords to Google Ads, Google’s simplified its advertising platform and captured the full potential of its advertising options, which range across go-to websites like YouTube, Google Maps, and Google Play. Another new platform the company’s introduced? Google Ad Manager.
Like Google Ads, Ad Manager replaces already existing programs to simplify things for advertisers. There are many things that Google Ad Manager encompasses, all of which are useful and enhance your advertising efforts.
What should you know about Google Ad Manager? These eight things:
Does your company sell products on Amazon? If so, then an Amazon pay-per-click (PPC) campaign might be perfect for you! Amazon PPC lets your company earn a front-and-center position in search results on Amazon, which can lead to bigger and better sales.
Ready to build an Amazon PPC campaign that does just that? Here are 10 tips to get you started:
With a billion more people on the Internet today than five years ago — and twice as many people on smartphones — marketers need the most helpful and up-to-date campaign management tools available.
That’s why in July 2018, Google, at its annual Google Marketing Live event in San Jose, announced the rebrand of Google AdWords to Google Ads. So, what is Google Ads and how does it compare to Google AdWords?
Keep reading to find out, plus discover how it will improve your campaigns!
Did you know that 77% of people choose, recommend, and pay more for brands that provide personalized experiences?
When people interact with your business, they want a customized experience, tailored to their needs. But how can you personalize your marketing plan to pack the greatest punch?
In this post, we’ll explore how you can use data to personalize your marketing and improve customer experience and engagement.
Let’s get started!
Productivity is one of the biggest challenges workplaces face in today’s fast-paced world. In fact, studies show that during an 8-hour day, the average employee is only productive for a startling two hours and 53 minutes.