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Twitter Ads described as intriguing

Twitter Ads described as intriguing

Image via CrunchBase Interesting post on Bloomberg about how the industry is intrigued by Twitter’s new ad serving strategy. The aspect that has people interested is the concept of “resonance”, i.e. using a metric based on how other people react to the advertisement. The interesting side of this is that popular adverts will get broadcast more, while as soon as people start losing interest in something, the ad will get dropped. The same concept would apply regardless of if you’re…

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Personalised Marketing Material

Personalised Marketing Material

I came home today to find an some interesting advertising material from one of the leading car insurers in the UK. What caught my attention (which was probably as was intended) was the fact that ther advertising material had some interesting personal information used all over it. For example, a photo of a car in the marketing brochure had the same number plate as my car. The road sign next to what was supposed to be the street where I…

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Make sure that advert is right!

Make sure that advert is right!

A lot has been written about how effective a proper marketing campaign can be; however the corollary of that is also very true. A botched advert can turn people away, negatively damage your brand and have long term repercussions on the life-cycle of your product. You tend to see companies taking evasive action from this sort of negative marketing when a celebrity has been disgraced and Marketing Advertising companies start pulling out their contracts. For example, Kate Moss lost an…

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