If you’re a digital marketer, you’re no stranger to choosing a publisher for your direct media buys. At first, it seems easy: Find available inventory on a reputable publisher that you can afford. But there’s so much more to consider when choosing a publisher to host your ads.
How do you know where to place your ads? What publishers are going to give you the best bang for your buck? And what makes a ‘good’ publisher? Below, we’ve outlined important questions to consider when choosing the right publisher for your ads:
According to ComScore, Internet users see an average of 1,707 ads per month. Now, more than ever, digital marketers struggle to get their ads noticed online. How can you stand out from your competition, encourage engagement, and improve your brand? By building more effective ads, of course. And how do you do that? You can start by exploring these three trending ad types for your digital strategy:
Not getting the clicks you want on your ads? Hoping for more conversions from your landing pages? It’s time to split test your banner ads and landing pages for optimal success. Stop wasting advertising dollars on campaigns that aren’t working. Split testing lets you leverage what actually delivers the results you’re looking for.
Our latest eBook, A Digital Marketer’s Guide to Optimizing Campaigns through Split Testing, is exactly what you need to run successful campaigns this year.
In this eBook, we’ll answer questions like:
It’s no secret- there are A LOT of mobile ad networks out there. It makes sense, seeing as $17.5 billion will be spent this year to reach mobile users on their smartphones and tablets. With the emergence of mobile campaigns comes the influx of mobile networks. It seems like the list is growing every day. Admob. Admoda. AppLovin. AppBrain. InMobi. Millennial Media. AppNexus. LeadBolt. Advertising.com. These are just a few of the mobile networks digital advertisers can use for their mobile marketing. With so many options to choose from, it’s not always easy deciding on a mobile network that’s right for your campaign.
While there’s no ‘best’ network, here are 3 popular options to consider for 2016:
Competitive intelligence is the secret weapon to taking control of your business’ online marketing strategy. The more you know about your competitors, the better. Where are your biggest competitors advertising online? What traffic sources are they using? What offers are they running? Which of their ads are performing best? These are all important questions to consider when developing your own advertising plans.
In today’s digital age, having a competitive advantage is more important than ever. Our data helps you craft more efficient, creative marketing strategies to grow your brand more effectively. All of which results in a positive jolt for both your CTR and overall ROI.
Our CEO and Co-Founder, Max Teitelbaum, talked to HostingAdvice.com to discuss the importance of competitive analysis in business, its significance for site owners, and how our technology is better equipped to help digital marketers leverage more data without spending an arm and a leg.
The interview takes you behind the scenes of WhatRunsWhere, explaining how you can leverage our data to help you make more informed media-buying decisions.
You can read the full article here.
Picture this: You’re exhibiting at a trade show and someone is very interested in your product. You talk to them for about 5 minutes and can tell that your product is definitely a great fit for their business needs. They don’t purchase your product right then and there because they’re in a rush, but they hand you their business card. Would you throw out their card? Or would you follow up with them?
Now consider this: 98% of visitors to your website will leave without making a purchase. Retargeting is your shot at following up with that 98% of visitors who ‘left a business card’ on your site. And yet, 4 out of 5 online marketers aren’t using retargeting to bring back lost prospects (Kissmetrics).
Why is this?
According to the Bank for International Settlements, there’s an average of $5.3 trillion traded in the Foreign Exchange (forex) market per day. That’s $1.3 trillion more than 3 years prior in 2010. In the US, there are 11.63 million people who are using online trading platforms to take advantage of this rapidly growing industry. Online trading brokers battle it out to be named the trading platform of choice among online traders.
You’ve determined your target audience, established a business objective, created your ad, designed your landing page and set your campaign live. BUT the conversions aren’t coming in. What should you do? First off, don’t panic! The beauty of the digital world is that you can easily make changes to your campaigns even when they’re already live. In fact, you should constantly be viewing your campaign analytics to identify pain points where optimizations can be made to improve your results. While it’s critical to optimize every element of your ad campaign, this article will hone in on where the conversions actually happen: the landing page.
Regardless of what stage your campaign is in, try implementing these four optimization tactics and watch those conversions roll in.