Many people are using the “social distancing” business lull as an opportunity to tackle tasks at home and at work that they’ve always wanted to accomplish. So if optimizing your website has been on your punch list, here five areas to focus on.
Complete a comprehensive, technical SEO audit of your site. Innovative Advertising can help with this audit, utilizing third-party tools like SEMRush and Moz to understand areas for improvement and focus. These tools also allow you to understand how your brand ranks against your top competitors. Typically, we see a series of updates being recommended, including:
It’s no surprise that COVID-19 has sparked massive change, but how has it impacted advertising? With more people at home using technology for work, entertainment, schooling and more, the methods of reaching audiences have shifted. And advertisers have taken notice, modifying their approach to reach audiences at their new location – home – and through new platforms – digital devices.
Diversity marketing is important to consider when planning any advertising campaign because it will determine the level of inclusion, or exclusion, felt by potential customers when viewing your brand’s marketing materials. Determining how to properly execute diversity marketing, however, can be a tricky endeavor. What is Diversity Marketing? Find out in our extended article.
Working in the creative industry can be fun, but eventually creative block happens to everyone. Staying inspired and keeping things fresh is key to successful design and marketing.
Your campaign is ready to go. You’ve crafted your content to meet the desires of your target audience, you’ve aligned your messages with the proof points of your brand…but hold on. There are still a few more things to do before you press GO and launch your campaign.
Here’s your pre-launch checklist:
For most companies, tweaking a product is often a natural part of doing business. Performing a product line adjustment offers companies the chance to recalibrate, enhance or create a new product for its customers. For example, Coke Zero recently changed its name and formula to become Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. Before your company jumps headlong into a product change, it’s important to understand the impact it can have on your brand and the role marketing can play in the process.
When trying to determine the effectiveness of an advertising campaign, you can look at many different factors. Just as digital media has changed over the last few years, so has the way we determine a campaign’s measures of success. Two examples of how we evaluate campaigns are Return On Ad Spend (ROAS) and Return On Investment (ROI). While it’s important to understand the differences between ROAS and ROI, it’s equally important to know the value of each when optimizing both campaign performance and budget.
Once upon a time, the only tools you needed to get your newsworthy announcements and stories publicized were a press release and an email or phone call. Editors and reporters were one call away from hearing your pitch and developing it into a story. Now, modern communication devices allow us to reach media contacts in tons of news ways. This, combined with the rise of blogging, YouTube and other influencer channels, makes being creative and compelling in your outreach much more important. How, where, when and to whom you decide to pitch your story and product/service can literally make or break a successful public relations effort.
As advertisers struggle to negotiate the ever-changing world of digital marketing, there’s one medium that remains strong, affordable and effective: radio.
Research proves that radio regularly reaches consumers within two hours of their largest purchase of the day. It’s hard to beat reaching your customer in transit while they’re on their way to go shopping.
In addition to credit card fraud and identity fraud, there’s a new kind of fraud to watch out for — ad fraud. Digital ad fraud, also known as Invalid Traffic (IVT), is the practice of fraudulently representing (or falsely inflating) online ad metrics like impressions, clicks, conversions or actions in order to generate revenue. Digital bots, or nonhuman digital traffic, are the main cause of ad fraud, resulting in more than $7 billion in advertising investment waste.