Term archive for "Digital Advertising"

Are You Ready for Reddit?

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Reddit calls itself the front page of the internet. A vast and free-wheeling discussion forum, Reddit is the third most visited website in the world. It has 542 million monthly users – far more than Twitter, which only boasts 336 million monthly visitors. And now, armed with data that shows Reddit users are ‘heavy online… Continue Reading »

Google Investigates Whether Bigger Ads are Better. (SPOILER: OF COURSE THEY ARE)

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In a lot of ways, online advertising is a lot like the Wild West – there are relatively few rules and standards in place that dictate what a business owner actually gets when they pay for an ad. It’s not even clear if a customer can see the ad – many ads are quite small,… Continue Reading »

How Important Is Voice Search? Very, Very Important: Just Ask Alexa

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In the course of a single year, the use of voice-activated digital assistants for the home – tech like Alexa, Google Home, or Cortana – has increased 128.9%. This means 35.6 million American households already have a digital assistant in their home. Researchers expect this rapid adoption rate to continue, especially given the significant amount… Continue Reading »