What if the MadMen team were working from home? It might be entertaining & also a learning experience that with Corona it’s no longer “Business as usual”
After writing my last blog about Google Ads I found some interesting stats about YouTube that you may find interesting. YouTube advertising, especially on mobile is effective. There is a much higher chance your product or service will be found on YouTube. If you use one or more of these different ad types your conversion rate will go up. Remember its an engaging well written and visually appealing ad that
Google Ads are like planting seeds in a garden. Plants need water man. I learned a long time ago, having been given cacti over the years, at McCann, that I’m not really good at keeping plants. This is of course different from planting plants in a garden, but yeah I’m not really good with that either. You’re probably wondering where I’m going with this? If you’ve read my previous article
If you are wondering how come Facebook ads seem to follow you around, here’s how: Its called Facebook Interest Targeting. As a marketer you need to know how to make it work for you. How do you know how you’ve been Facebook Targeted? If you check out my Youtube channel there’s a video I did showing how to find out how Facebook advertises to you. In fact Facebook is the
Programmatic advertising may spell the death of the large ad agency and not just the creative part of an agency, but media buying as well. There has always been the fear of automation, of having an intelligent machine, or program, take over the role of making something that humans used to do before. It has happened in many industries, the car manufacturing industry for one. In fact, in recent times
Facebook advertising requires many varied ingredients to come together to realise an ultimate digital marketing goal. Take a minute to watch this little vid. A Few Good Creatives The line that you should print and stick somewhere prominently is “We write great ads or people die.” It’s a bit extreme, to be sure, but it drives home that crafting a message and making it creative will set you apart from
Digital Design and Strategy is what I’m talking about today but before I get into that I would like to start at the beginning: At the end of August I left my job of over 18 years at McCann Port of Spain. It wasn’t an easy decision. In fact it was prodded along by a general shift in the industry. A shift from traditional advertising to this “new” digital focus.