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In a world where digital screens dominate our attention and social media platforms vie for our clicks, there’s a classic yet remarkably effective form of advertising that continues to capture hearts, minds, and eyeballs: Out-of-Home (OOH) advertising. From towering billboards on bustling streets to interactive displays at transit hubs, OOH advertising thrives on its ability […]
If you’ve watched a movie or television show at any time in the last century, you’ve almost certainly seen several examples of product placement. While some of the most prominent examples that come to mind might be scenes of characters drinking Coca-Cola with the label facing outward or driving prominently-featured Audis through exciting chase sequences, […]
In everyday conversation, the words “marketing” and “advertising” are used interchangeably – but also sometimes incorrectly. Marketing and advertising combine to achieve the same goals: brand awareness, communication, product or service offerings, customer relations, and of course, sales. Ideally, businesses need marketing AND advertising to work in conjunction, but there are some key distinctions between […]
For better or worse, the internet sure isn’t what it used to be. Mostly, the days of serving users with intrusive, blanket ads are less of a thing than they used to be. Today, more personalized and beneficial digital ads are the norm. Targeted advertising is powerful because internet users’ own online behavior helps determine […]
Normalcy, at least a version of it, is here. For now. Businesses have reopened, people are out and about, and the economy is picking back up. In other words, people are out there searching and buying. There’s no better time to get in front of potential customers. I remember one day walking into a local […]