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?"

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Stranger Things, Stranger Advertising

Now that you've had time to digest Season 2 of Stranger Things, we prepare to journey back to the quaint hamlet of Hawkins, and highlight some of the more unique and amazing ways that Season 2 was advertised.

These marketing efforts come courtesy of Doner LA - an agency showing that it's ok to think outside the box.

Doner LA's outside the box ideas found us on the sidewalks, in the subway, and in our favorite apps. Regardless of where they were, however, the one thing these ads all have in common is how creatively unique they are.

Watching Season 2 of Stranger Things was a no-brainer after seeing these 4 ads:

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5 Clever Subject Lines To Get Your Emails Opened & Read

Clever email subject lines that have brought repeated success. Use these subject lines to get your sales emails opened. See the top 5 subject lines.

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5 Hacks to Keep Your Contact Data Clean (Number 5 is our Favorite) – UPDATED

The hard truth: if your sales leads haven’t been updated in the last 12 months, most of them are worthless. Read on to see how you can keep your contact data fresh.

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8 Easy Conference Tips to Hone Your Productivity and Increase Value

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As an ad sales executive, conferences are a “no-brainer” way to meet prospects.

Whether you are attending a training event, participating as a vendor, sponsor or even if your company is hosting the event, there are always great opportunities to meet new advertisers or enhance an existing relationship.

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5 Quick Ways to Get Your Sales Email Opened

You'll never make a sale if no one reads your email. no one will read your email if they don't open it in the first place. Make sure your email is opened.

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