Thanks to social media sites like Facebook, the world of advertising has evolved greatly over the past decade. With a reported 1.15 billion users logging into Facebook each month, it’s no surprise that more and more companies have continued to dedicate large percentages of their overall marketing and advertising budgets in hopes of connecting with new, social-savvy prospects.
When advertising internationally you want to make sure your brand stays consistent. Check out the infographic below to learn about things to think about when advertising overseas.
This infographic from Ocean Media highlights several key events in history that help define advertising, and lead it to where it is today. Several different countries are represented as they developed new methods to get information across to their audiences and helped pave the way for more development in the advertising, and promotional realm. Also featured is the future, and what the possibilities are for the next generation of advertising.
What is the difference between Standard Web Retargeting and Facebook Exchange? Should advertisers put all of their eggs in one basket with either one? Check out the infographic below from AdRoll to learn more about both forms of retargeting.
How do you reach a target audience that’s always on the go and ready to act? With mobile advertising of course. Even though smartphones have been around for a few years, brands are still having trouble catching up with how fast mobile search and commerce is growing.
Like a secret agent’s toolkit, the Marketing Nation brings together everything a company needs to drive their marketing platform success. It combines the ability to exchange best-practice programs with a robust community for sharing ideas, along with a growing army of consultants and experts, a broad ecosystem of verified partners, and thought leadership and knowledge from experts.
This infographic by Cool Cat Casino depicts how the best product placements in movies and TV shows have been done over the past few years. In some examples they even tell you about the outcome.
A lot has changed for marketers since the glamorous era depicted in AMC’s hit show Mad Men. The modern day marketer wields more technology, control, and impact than Mad Men could have ever dreamed of. The infographic below from Pardot compares the Mad Men era ad men to modern day marketers to show just how the art of influence has evolved.
Paid search does not have to be handled by an expensive SEO agency. Take control of you PPC campaign for your small business by using this step-by-step guide to Google Adwords from the professionals at Simply Business.
PPC (pay per click) advertising continues to be a vital component of the online marketing strategy for companies large and small. This new infographic from Onward Search explores the top 20 U.S. markets for PPC jobs.
Taking a creative perspective on the beloved yet edgy characters on television hit series Mad Men, Infolinks answers the question: How would these master ad men (and women) interact within our modern tech world?
Google’s revenue for the year 2011 was $37.9 billion. With most of their products being offered for free, have you ever wondered where all of that money comes from? According to this new infographic from WordStream, 96% of it came from advertising. The infographic also breaks down the top 10 industries that spent the most on Google ads in 2011.
Trying to figure out how to do Inbound Marketing? Check out this Infographic to learn why hiring an inbound marketing agency makes all the sense in the world.