Regardless of the electronic device we use, when we visit a website, we want to navigate it easily to find information. Website owners today aim to achieve that to create a good user experience for their visitors because doing so creates great user experiences for visitors, keeping them engaged and interested.
Facebook has rolled out frequency capping for your ads with “Reach Objective”, so you can now assign the number of times a unique user sees your ad. Find out how you can use this to your advantage!
Google is launching their new ad format called Bumper ads in May 2016. Bumper ads are video ads that will not be skippable, and they will last for 6 seconds. Find out more about Bumper ads in this article, and how best to use them.
Facebook recently launched “Facebook Reactions”, and there has been a lot of engagement happening since. People are now able to express their emotions better with a simple click of a button. Find out how you can engage your fans better, and if a “negative reaction” is really a bad thing.
There are now lesser paid-results shown on Google’s Search Engine Results Page (SERP), than before. Find out what does this mean for your Search campaigns, and what you should prepare for.
Micro-moments are the points of need in consumers’ everyday lives. Finding a location, learning a new skill or purchasing an item all make up little moments when customers need advice or a second opinion. Digital marketing targets such moments to bring out the best of what you have to offer.