A fair number spend more than 5% of budget on paid social media Unsurprisingly, the greatest percentage of social campaigns land on Facebook, but that doesn’t mean other sites are getting left behind.In a July 2013 survey from media software company STRATA, nine out of 10 US agency execs reported being likely to use the … Continue reading »
More companies cite lead generation (37%) than branding (27%) as their main social media advertising objective, according to a new study from Econsultancy in association with Adobe. The survey – of company marketers around the world, but primarily from Europe – indicates that fewer respondents are looking to increase traffic (18%) or drive direct online … Continue reading »
Email, social lead preferred personalized ad formats Personalizing digital ads has become a priority for marketers, as data has made them better able to segment and target their consumer base. And in general, consumers have shown a fair amount of receptivity to these personalized ads. In an August 2012 survey from ChoiceStream, 35% of US … Continue reading »
During the second quarter of this year, social outperformed portals, networks, and exchanges in user quality index – a measure that refers to a channel’s ability to reach a user that can be marketed to consistently – according to the latest quarterly “Global Media Intelligence Report” from Aggregate Knowledge. The study, which analyzed roughly 130 … Continue reading »
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Still, spending on sponsorships to remain less than 5% of US digital ad market Spending on digital sponsorship ads—a category that can encompass socially shareable ads as varied as logo placements, banners and pre-roll video ads, streaming concerts, brand-created articles, and “Most-Amazing” listicles—is on a strong growth trajectory, according to eMarketer’s latest US ad spending … Continue reading »