Running The Numbers On Type-Invertising

Young-Bean Song, founder of AnalyticsDNA, a Seattle-based strategy and analytics research consultancy, believes “online marketers are not looking for incremental improvement. Instead they are looking for quantum leaps in awareness, message association, favorability and intent.” Song contends online marketers can find what they’re seeking in something called “type-in” advertising, which is a branded version of […]

That Banner’s Been To Hell And Back

The brainchild of “Internet whizkids” Mike Cojanu, 23, and Max Teitelbaum, 20, WhatRunsWhere is a competitive intelligence service for online media buying. What are your thoughts? Do you need to know how your clients, or prospective clients, have historically purchased online media? WhatRunsWhere is offering this information for $229/month. Share

No Worries, You’re A Moving Target Who Can’t Be Tracked

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Online marketers don’t know jack about Matthew Creamer, and they probably don’t know much about you. In his latest Ad Age piece, Creamer says he spent time closing observing the display ads being fed to him over a 48-hour period and concluded: If the internet advertising business understands me correctly, then I am a sugary-drink-swilling, […]

Get Online Advertising Right, Or Get Out Of The Way

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Former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz was sent packing this week for failing to meet performance goals, according to The Wall Street Journal and several other sources. The Journal points out that Yahoo’s focus on producing content is part of the problem at the portal. “People tell me that content is king, but that is not […]

The Best Performing Banner In A Poorly Performing Class

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Todd Wasserman of Mashable reports that banner ads may be experiencing big growth this year, they’re not getting any more effective. Only one person in 1,000 actually clicks on banner ads, despite attempts to make them more inviting. However, the Google report, which comes out this week, found that the format of a display ad […]

Amazon Knows What Brands You Like And Now So Will The Brands

Amazon is a company that understands the value of data, and the Seattle company is about to turn their customer data into an even bigger cash machine by helping brand marketers reach customers, not just on Amazon.com, but on any website. Jay Habegger, writing in Ad Age, explains why Amazon’s new ad network is big […]

Eyeballs Aplenty, But Where’s the Revenue?

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What’s up with Yahoo? The media company has mad uniques–178 million in June, according to comScore–and the Web’s pole position in news, sports, finance, entertainment news, real estate and comparison shopping sites, yet Yahoo’s market capitalization is little changed from 2003. Randall Stross, professor of business at San Jose State University, writing in The New […]

The Most Trusted Name In TV Ratings Now Working To Improve Online Metrics

It’s funny, we’re always hearing about how the online space is so measurable, therefore attractive to advertisers; yet, how often do we ask what exactly is being measured and by whom? Because measuring clicks is a direct marketing practice that does nothing to explain the overall value of an online ad. Enter the Nielsen Company–the […]

Hoarders Will Love This

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AdKeeper is a startup media company that truly believes in the power of advertising. The new company is busy installing little “keeper” buttons on digital ads, so web surfers can keep them for later. You know, because display ads are so well loved today — millions of consumers simply bypass Madison Avenue altogether with software […]

Build Brands Or Be Damned

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Paid, owned and earned. These words and more will be on the lips of interactive marketing pros next week in New York City, as they take part in the second annual IAB Innovation Days @ Internet Week on June 8th and 9th. “It is time to admit to ourselves that almost everything we have done […]