75% of consumers say a phone call is the quickest way to get a response from a company. Therefore not surprisingly, most consumers prefer calls over emailed responses. While that’s great for pay per call advertising, there can be a downside. Fielding unfiltered phone calls can be a lot of work, not to mention expensive, too.
RLSA. What on earth is that? First and foremost, you need to know what it stands for.
If you’re anything like us, often the majority of your time is spent in front of a computer screen. And let’s be honest, sometimes you need to step away to gain a fresh perspective.
20 years ago, pay per click advertising didn’t take the internet by storm, but started quietly on a website called Planet Oasis. Although not officially called PPC until 2002, the roadwork that lead to PPC was started in 1996 with an online directory that charged companies only when their links were clicked.
The goal of any PPC campaign is to convert clicks into sales and optimize the ROI. No one wants to waste money, not even the big companies that have some to spare.
Pay per call advertising is still a relatively new form of advertising. But, it’s extremely valuable in your ad campaign, and it’s on the rise. However, there are only a few companies who actually offer this type of advertising.
Opportunity is everywhere. But while some advertisers have their finger on the pulse of market trends, others come to the game late. Or even worse: remain forever clueless.
Video often gets a bad rap for killing the radio star. However, video simply provides yet another platform for musicians to share their music. Now video is at it again, offering advertisers an exciting new way to share their brand on mobile devices.
Did you know there’s a simple ingredient for increasing your brand exposure, user engagement, and ad performance? We’ll give you a hint: it could be a burrito, a unicorn, or a smiley.
Happy New Year! Now that the holidays are over, and we’re back to the old grindstone, it’s time to see what 2016 has in store for us. We’re dusting off our “crystal ball apps” and sharing a few marketing predictions.