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Alana Domingo

Alana Domingo is the Junior Content Writer for eZanga and its ad fraud management platform, Anura. Born in Philadelphia but raised in Delaware, she attended Temple University and earned a BA in Communication Studies, concentrating on contemporary media environments. When she's not working, you can usually find her playing The Sims, reading comic books, and taking care of her three pet frogs.
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How to Market to the Empowered Consumer

By Alana Domingo, November 07, 2017

Consumers are done. They’re seeing through the buzzwords, pandering messages, and shiny packaging. They’re tired of being passive participants in the marketing game. They’ve had enough, and they’re not going to take it anymore.

The Communication Process: Getting Your Messages Heard

By Alana Domingo, October 17, 2017

You literally can’t go a day in your life without communicating. This give-and-take of information is the building block of modern society. Day-to-day chatting, texting, posting on Facebook, or sending out tweets all revolve around the communication process.

How to Make a Business Card People Won’t Throw Away

By Alana Domingo, October 03, 2017

Whether you’re heading to a trade show, conference, or a client meeting, having a business card to share can give you an edge over others. The trouble is, everyone else probably has one, too. So many cards means that 88% of them get thrown out within a week.

What You Need to Know About Augmented Reality

By Alana Domingo, September 26, 2017

Last year’s Pokémon Go phenomenon brought augmented reality (AR) to the masses. I remember spending the summer running around outside with my friends, trying to catch digital critters on my smartphone. Although the app’s novelty quickly wore off, it gave businesses a taste of AR’s massive marketing power.

What Makes Entertainment Marketing So Special?

By Alana Domingo, September 14, 2017

Brands want to be where the people are, but the trouble is that people are disappearing. Wanting to get away from in-your-face advertising and commercial breaks, more people are ditching traditional cable and switching to paid, ad-free services like Netflix and Hulu. They’re using software to avoid pesky ads on YouTube and streamline their Facebook feeds.

3 Ways to Keep Your Sponsored Content FTC Compliant

By Alana Domingo, September 07, 2017

Earlier this year, a bunch of Instagram stars got in trouble over using sketchy advertising practices in their posts. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent “educational” letters to 90 social media influencers, reminding them that they need to clearly state when a post is sponsored or promoted by a brand.

User Engagement: What Is the Participation Pyramid?

By Alana Domingo, August 22, 2017

When we usually talk about user engagement in a digital marketing sense, we talk about how users respond to and interact with content. A lot of times, we focus too much on the quantifiable side of engagement, like pageviews and clicks.

What in the World Is Sponsored Content?

By Alana Domingo, August 08, 2017

The online advertising landscape is changing. People are done dealing with annoying pop-up ads and pages riddled with banners and autoplay videos.

5 Money-Saving Graphic Design Tools for Small Business Marketers

By Alana Domingo, July 11, 2017

It’s a fact: people like pictures. Before we invented the written word, we humans were recording our stories as drawings on cave walls.  

3 Things to Try When You Have a Click Campaign That’s Not Working

By Alana Domingo, June 13, 2017

A lot of people think pay per click campaigns are a quick and easy way to get conversions on a limited budget. However, not all PPC campaigns work the way they should. Many times, money’s wasted as poor traffic and unqualified leads click your ads but fail to convert.

Internet Traffic 101: What Marketers Need to Know

By Alana Domingo, May 25, 2017

Every website wants attention, and yours is no exception. But how do you know who’s seeing your stuff? How do you know where they’re going or where they’ve been? Looking at your internet traffic will give you a clue on how well your marketing strategies are working.