In the grand scheme of the pandemic, changes in the advertising industry aren’t that important. But companies still rely on it, whether they’re the small businesses being hit hardest, hospitals that have suddenly found themselves on the front lines of a war no one saw coming, or medical supply industries navigating the most demand they’ve seen in decades—if they’ve ever seen it at all.
Are you concerned that your law firm’s advertising agency might not be pulling its weight? Maybe you’re suspicious about how they’re spending your budget, or they can’t explain the decisions they’re making. Watch out for these three red flags that could indicate your ad agency is more interested in your money than your success.
Bidooh is watching you. Bidooh, an ad tech startup based in the United Kingdom, has created digital billboards that show you 10-second ads based on what you look like. (Yes, its creators were directly inspired by the mall scene in Minority Report).
Amazon has made some big changes to its advertising platform—changes that could dramatically affect the advertising strategies of small businesses and large corporations alike.
RCS, a new messaging protocol, aims to replace standard text messaging (SMS, or Short Message Service) as the preferred communication service between brands and customers.
Link building and backlinking are two important ways for search engines to find your business online. Link building is the process of building up a “portfolio” of links to other places on your own website. When you have more links in your content, your site becomes more relevant to Google—which means you’ll show up more […]