What You Can Learn from JC Penny’s New Marketing Attempts
Some things are better left alone. Read details here from AdAge Blogs. […]
Funny TV Ads Don’t Sell Better Than Unfunny Ones — And Can Even Sell Worse, BUT…
From Ad & Marketing News in Ad Age Magazine, click here to find out what being funny in commercials does and doesn’t do. […]
What’s Wrong with Facebook? They want GM Back.
General Motors fired Facebook recently, and Facebook has been working hard to get them back. Maybe GM knows something about Facebook that other advertisers don’t. Click here for details, from Media Post Publications. […]
Why Doesn’t Your McDonald’s Hamburger Look Like the TV Ad?
If you ever wondered why things look different on TV versus what they look like in real life, here’s one example and what McDonald’s has to say, from Ad Age Magazine. Click here. […]
Do You Know What You are REALLY Buying with Website Statistics?
If an advertising seller is trying to sell you the power of their website delivery, touting how many unique visitors and unique pages they serve up over a 30-day period, ask this question: “How many of those unique visitors are in the marketing area where my customers are?” If the media vendor cannot prove the […]
How to Grow Your Brand on Facebook
Facebook recently ran a month-long study that looked at more than 1,200 posts from 23 brands. Details are in this article from Ad Age DIGITAL. Click here. […]
Click-Through Rates May Matter Even Less Than We Thought
From Ad Age Digital, this may turn “click-through” on its ear. Read more here. […]
Is Your Radio Rep Telling You What’s REALLY Going On?
In this age of consolidation, many radio stations now run part or most of their programming on auto pilot. That means what sounds like LIVE has actually been prerecorded earlier. For example, what once took a disc-jockey 5 hours to complete a 5-hour air shift can now be done in about 25 minutes through computer […]
Look at the Ratings for Brand Perception
Brand Index is a site that tracks public perception of thousands of brands across the world each every day. If you ever wondered what causes ratings to rise and fall, and how brands recover, this site is for you. Click here to view. […]
Is It Over for the Yellow Pages?
Print media is becoming less relevant every day, and it’s no surprise that the on-line world continues to grow. If you are running a double-truck (2-page ad) or full page ad, we recommend putting those dollars in radio, especially on News/Talk formats, supported by on-line media. AT&T strikes a deal to sell its majority stake […]