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Who Placed It Best: American Express vs. Visa


From online shopping, to credit tracking, to point collection – credit cards are revolutionizing the experience of shopping.

With the benefits of credit cards becoming all the more apparent, the amount of consumers applying for them is consistently on the upswing. In 2013 alone, the total number of credit card accounts in the U.S. added up to 391.24 million.

With such high numbers, many credit companies are fighting it out to catch the attention of these would-be shoppers. Two of these credit titans are American Express and Visa.

Let’s dive in to their advertising strategies to determine who placed it best…

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Who Placed It Best? Wix vs. Weebly

Who Placed It BestYou know that old philosophical thought: “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” Well, in the world of online marketing, there’s the similar question of: “If a business opens and isn’t easily findable online, does the business really exist?”

You need to get your business online; there’s no question about it. And let’s face it, with all the easy website building solutions available, there’s really no excuse for a business to not have some sort of online presence.

Two of the most popular foolproof website builders available are Wix and Weebly. How did they become so popular? Well, beyond providing a super user-friendly product, they also do a whole lot of advertising.

Let’s take a peek into the campaigns of these two major advertisers and see who placed it best… Continue reading


Who Placed It Best? Hootsuite vs. Sprout Social


Did you know that as of this year 74% of online adults now use social media? It has therefore, become one of the most important elements to factor in in any marketing strategy.

When it comes to social media management tools, Hootsuite and Sprout Social are two of the most popular.

Let’s take a look behind the scenes of their advertising strategies and see who placed it best…

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Who Placed It Best?: MailChimp VS Constant Contact


Email marketing has been around for over 20 years and is still one of the most effective tools for turning leads into dollars.  Statistics show that for every $1 spent on email marketing, the average return on investment is $44.25.

Two of the most popular email marketing solutions on the market are Constant Contact and MailChimp.

Take a look into the ad strategy behind these two email marketing solutions to see who placed it best …

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Who Placed It Best? SurveyMonkey vs. SurveyGizmo


Online surveys are an incredibly efficient marketing tool. They help marketers learn more about their audience and gain real-time and immediate feedback about their products and services.

Two of the most popular online survey software providers are SurveyMonkey and SurveyGizmo.

Check out the ad strategy behind these two online survey platforms to see who placed it best …

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Who Placed It Best? Booking.com vs. Tripadvisor


The two most popular travel websites are Booking.com which is #116 based on Alexa’s global site rankings and TripAdvisor.com which falls at #207.

Wherever there’s a successful website, there’s always a successful online marketing strategy. 

Let’s put these two travel-booking rivals up against each other and see who placed it best…

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Who Placed It Best? Apartments.com vs. Rent.com


If you’ve purchased a rental in the past 8 years, chances are you didn’t find the listing in your local paper but you found it online.  It’s faster, it’s easier and aggregator sites for real estate are readily available for landlords and tenants to find each other.

Two of the most popular paid rental aggregators are Apartments.com and Rent.com.  Both sites have been around for several years and have been leading the trend in advertising rentals online.

Let’s take a deeper look into the advertising of these rental posting moguls and see who placed it best…

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Who Placed It Best? eHarmony vs. Match

It may be hard to believe but one third of couples married today met online!

With Internet dating being so successful, you better believe it has become a competitive industry especially since it brings in a reported $1.2 billion annually.

Currently there are over 2500 online dating sites!  That’s quite the amount of romantic destinations for people to meet ‘the one’.

So which are the two most popular?  eHarmony and Match. Based on the stats, Match is in the lead with about 21.5 million members and eHarmony trailing behind with approximately 15.5 million members.

Online advertising plays a big role in the online dating industry so let’s see ‘Who Placed it Best’…

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