Given the variety of screens and devices every consumer uses on a daily basis, marketers trying to capture the attention of consumers and connect with them face an uphill battle. When building out a marketing plan to reach your target market, there are very few instances where it makes sense to limit your marketing activities to only one channel to accomplish that goal. Rather than putting all your eggs into one basket, multichannel marketing is a better way to share your message with the right people at the right time.
Digital advertising is one of the most dynamic fields to follow. A steady stream of new technological developments is constantly transforming the way companies create and deploy online ads, offering cutting-edge ways to ensure your advertising reaches your audience. One such tool is programmatic advertising.
Programmatic advertising takes place in the blink of an eye, in the time it takes for a web page to load, making it one of the least understood forms of marketing. We’ll cover everything you need to know, including the benefits of programmatic advertising, the options available, how it works and much more.
For local businesses and national brands alike, location data can be a valuable marketing tool to help reach your target audience. By understanding where your consumers are located and adjusting your messaging appropriately, you can send them personalized, relevant content to help drive them further down the consumer funnel and drive them to your stores. Geofencing and geotargeting are two different digital marketing tactics that make this possible.
For many businesses, finding and engaging with their online audience can be a major challenge. How can you reach your audience effectively when there are so many screens, devices, and apps to be targeted?
AdTech is confusing. Not only are there a seemingly endless number of acronyms and jargon — DMP, DSP, SSP, CDP, RTB – but understanding the way each of these systems works together is even more complicated. Today we’re going to walk through what a trade desk is and how it fits into the programmatic advertising landscape, along with many of these other acronyms.