Want To Measure Your Marketing Efforts? Get Behind the Wheel of Digital Dashboard! One of the best trends in digital advertising is still an unknown for many businesses – the digital dashboard. What is it? It’s an easy-to-use central place where you can see, sometimes in real time, the effectiveness of all your marketing and media efforts. A dashboard collects information about all your website and social media presence stats, and can tell you how well your company is trending and how to more effectively spend your marketing dollars. It can help you track your digital campaigns from Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Facebook, Twitter, and Email Marketing Websites (ListRocket or Constant Contact). You can also track your traditional media – television, outdoor and radio – using media-specific phone numbers and landing pages. Read More
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The TAB (Traffic Audit Bureau) has a new way of measuring OOH (Out of Home Ratings). It’s called Eyes On Impressions (EOI). EOI replaces Daily Effective Circulation (DEC) as the industry’s measurement currency. DEC’s (the old form of measurement) only calculated traffic counts with no ability to measure demographics, audience, in-market or out-of market travelers, travel patterns, and the position of the display. The benefit of EOI is that it provides demographic information similar to other media, enabling media planners and buyers to plan Outdoor based on the EOI value.
EOI takes into consideration not the number of vehicles that pass the display, but the people that are actually noticing. The seller can sell based on targeted demographic impressions as with other forms of traditional media. For the media buyer, this allows them to compare their target audience delivery as they do with traditional media such as television and radio. Read More
It doesn’t matter what article or study you read – women make or influence the lion’s share of the purchases in the US, and are closing in on men with the percent of earnings and overall wealth, too.
Unless you HAVEN’T been watching television, reading a newspaper (print OR online), shopping, or generally living out in the world in the last decade, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to you that women are beginning to dominate as single homeowners, leaders, risk-takers, and movers and shakers. If you aren’t giving them an equal share of your marketing efforts you’re probably missing out…and it could really be costing you!
Most retailers attempt to appeal to women using mostly old stereotypes, but what about B2B sales? The number of women in decision-making positions in business and as business owners themselves is increasing rapidly. The standard salesman approach to connecting with business customers is finding a dead end with many companies and businesses because their message isn’t being well received. Marketing your business or service is more effective if it has a broader appeal. Read More