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When you go to the grocery store, there are two types of products: Brand and Generic. Without a second of thought, you know the difference between the two. While these products (spanning all categories of CPG) are mostly the same, the branded products are typically better in every aspect. When you are building your new business, or refreshing your old one, think to yourself: Do I want to be a generic product, or a branded product?
I won’t apologize for the clickbait title, because it’s true. And lotsofdifferentpeoplecompletelyagree. The idea may seem jarring, but once you dig into dark social it isn’t that surprising. A good chunk of social referrals are simply difficult to track, so Google Analytics lumps it into other categories. What is dark social, why doesn’t Google track it, and what does it mean my for my brand?
Digital marketers gather in Denver to talk about the ups and downs of going programmatic
For the past 18 months or so, marketers have heard a lot about programmatic advertising. In fact, most marketers have tested some form of programmatic advertising in the past year. According to leading Internet marketing authorities like Marketing Land, programmatic advertising is expected to represent more than half of digital ad sales by the end of 2017.
Programmatic covers a wide range of technologies and services that automate the placement and buying of digital banner ads, allowing advertisers to buy the eyeballs (impressions) of highly qualified viewers for online desktop display, mobile and video campaigns.