Advertising Mergers and Acquisitions: February 2018
With the start of a new month, comes a number of advertising mergers and acquisitions to report. Here, we'll be taking a look at all of the activity from February 2018. In recent months, we've seen some monumental deals take place, certainly not excluding last month. And despite this month being a bit less noteworthy in terms of the deals that took place, there's plenty to recap.Read
Emerging Trends in Advertising: Programmatic Audio Advertising
As any ad sales or ad tech professional knows, the demand for programmatic ad inventory has been rising on a number of different platforms. And with Pandora's most recent news, it's evident that audio platforms are now taking full advantage of the process, as well. Pandora will now, for the first time, offer a private marketplace (PMP) for programmatic audio advertising, something that many considered a long-time coming. While, the audio industry does not always receive the same amount of coverage as other formats in relations to programmatic advertising, Pandora's full buy-in could change that.Read
Digiday Hot Topic Takeaways: The Rise of OTT Content
It seems as though we've done quite a bit of recent writing about fluctuations, shifts, growths, rises, and so on. And in the television industry, the biggest conversation currently revolves around the rise of over-the-top (OTT) content consumption.Read
Integrated Advertising in Sports: The NBA
Generally speaking, integrated advertising is the most effective way for any brand to live within a piece of content. Regardless of what the content may be, integrated advertising is a way for advertisers to instill their brand within an audience's experience of any piece of content. We began our series of "integrated advertising in sports" posts by reviewing the 2017 World Series, which included a number of very innovative advertisements from brands like T-Mobile, Duracell, and more.Read
Snapchat Advertising: A History of Vertical Innovation
Today, Snapchat is one of the fastest growing mobile messaging and social media networks in the world. The app was originally launched in 2011, allowing its users to send temporary photo messages to one another. From day one, Snapchat was purely mobile.Read
Snapchat Trends Upward: Where are advertisers investing?
If one thing is clear in the brand and publisher space for 2018, it's that the media mix is shifting. As new platforms continue to enter the advertising space, there’s more and more for brands, publishers, and ad sales teams to consider in knowing where advertisers want to be.Read
The Evolution of Social Advertising in a World of Fake Ads
Social media has quite literally become its own world. And that has never been more important for advertisers. "Nuclear buttons," Twitter rants, fake news, and "trolls" have filled the social media landscape of late, leaving many advertisers asking, "how exactly did we get here?"Read
MediaRadar’s Programmatic Advertising Dictionary
In previous posts, we mentioned that a comprehensive understanding programmatic advertising can be difficult to attain.
One of the reasons for this difficulty is that programmatic utilizes a lexicon of terms seldom seen elsewhere.
It's vital for publishers to fully understand the benefits and process of programmatic, however.
Despite some brand safety concerns along the way, programmatic advertising still presents a more efficient way to buy and sell online ad space - and it will only continue to evolve.
In an effort to further breakdown the process and make it as digestible as possible, we have compiled a list of definitions to take with you moving forward - or perhaps back to our previous posts.
Knowing the specifics of each word can make the process in its entirety much easier to grasp.
“I Swear I’m Not a Stalker…”& Other Subject Lines That Get Your Emails Opened
Your prospect sits down at their computer and opens their inbox. They start scrolling and their eyes start to wander, only to cross paths with your unread email. At this point, the dice have rolled in your favor, and your email is now in their crosshairs.
This is where your hard work and creativity come into play. At that exact point, your prospect may not know you or your company. The only thing they have to reference, and the only thing they have to look at, is one line of text: your email subject line.
The overall goal is to make your subject line memorable and actionable. It should be something that first, stands out in your prospect's overloaded inbox, and second, drives them to take action - which in this case, would be to open the email and engage.
I've written many emails and have found that the most effective subject lines are the ones that show my personality, are specific, and present clear value to my prospect. In my time doing so, I've used many subject lines that consistently product high open rates.
Let's take a look at some of the email subject lines that have brought me repeated success, that you can use to get your sales emails opened, time and time again: