Tag: media planning

Best of the Blog 2018

As we enter 2019, we look forward with excitement at what new opportunities and developments lay ahead. We’re eager to gain deeper engagement, more connectivity and a better understanding of the world around us. These are all major focal points that will make us better marketers and planners that create more effective out of home, trade shows, experiential and digital campaigns. At the same time, it’s equally important to reflect on the year behind us, taking stock of our growth and development over what has been a landmark year for marketing and advertising. To that end, this 2018 Best of the Blog is a compilation of the year’s top-performing, most-read, most-shared posts.

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The Rhythm of Advertising

I’ve come to think about advertising in a different way. There is a flow by which we live and a rhythm by which we walk, and if any of those things go off beat, we know it fast. When an advertising message falls into our rhythm, it breaks through and is on beat with our life, and that’s a connection that sticks.

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6 Common Planning Mistakes in Out of Home

What advertisers who are new to OOH don’t realize is that there are many factors to consider when building a campaign, such as viable media formats, audience targeting, location, etc. Gain a better understanding of OOH and strategies that will increase its effectiveness, and avoid these common mistakes!

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Intro to OOH: Pt 3 – How to plan your Out of Home Media

Recent changes in data & technology are transforming the industry into a media that can be planned with the same types of targeting and precision as other channels. With the wide variety of media options available, the variability of media efficacy across different markets, and the advances in data, it’s critical that advertisers approach their OOH plan with the same level of detail as their other media. So, to help get you started here are some of the key questions that you will want to have the answers to before you start planning your Out of Home campaign:

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