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There are plenty of digital agencies these days that claim they’re different than the rest, and it can be difficult for clients to identify those that really have the expertise and talent to help them achieve their goals and objectives.
Since it was acquired by Facebook in 2012, Instagram has undergone countless changes for better or for worse. These changes include but are not limited to: a new algorithm-based feed, updated aesthetics with a farewell to the iconic logo, and most recently the Snapchat-inspired Instagram Stories feature.
One of the biggest changes to search advertising that we’ve ever seen was announced earlier this month: Google and Bing will now be expanding their text ads. We believe these changes are being made to align advertising with a mobile first view on all things digital. These changes come alongside many others to provide a seamless experience across all devices. Neither networks have released the changes to the general public yet and currently have no official release date.
At BusinessOnline, paid media is one of our (many) specialties. Whether that’s paid search via Google AdWords, or paid social media across sites like LinkedIn, many of us spend a good amount of our time building and optimizing various ad campaigns. A majority of our clients leverage us for at least some sort of paid media management, and we often run campaigns across quite a few different channels.
Next week sees B2B marketers from across the nation coming together in Chicago to discuss best practices for driving business growth. As a regular attendee, speaker and sponsor of the BMA as well as an advocate for digital marketing in the B2B sphere, our CEO Thad Kahlow answers some questions about leading a digital agency as well as what he’s looking forward to at this year’s conference.
Our CEO Thad Kahlow was asked by Sean Callahan, Senior Manager-Content Marketing at LinkedIn, to join marketing leaders Lauren Goldstein, Lee Odden and Gina Michnowicz to discuss this year’s trending topics in marketing.
The concept of the “four Ps” of marketing was coined by E. Jerome McCarthy back in 1960 – and it has since been used by marketers throughout the world. His 4 ‘Ps’ have provided the blueprint for marketing through the lens of: Product, Price, Promotion and Place.