AdKeeper came with technology of adding a bookmark button to banner ads of participating advertisers.
AdKeeper™ today announced a transformative online advertising service that will forever change the way consumers interact with the Internet. With one simple click of a button, consumers can place ads of their choice into their personal ‘Keeper™,’ offering them absolute control to save, sort, sift, share, rank, review, click, print and buy online from ads they have specifically selected. Part of AdKeeper’s revolutionary approach is that no software, no downloads, no browser extensions, no plug-ins and no pre-registration are required. One Click. Kept. Period.
For internet advertising savvy guys here is a short movie, explaining this bookmarking service:
2: SEO Crash Course to Get Found
Professor: Lee Odden, TopRank Online Marketing
3: Social Media and Building Community
Professor: Chris Brogan, New Marketing Labs
4: Successful Business Uses for Facebook and LinkedIn
Professor: Elyse Tager, Silicon Valley American Marketing Association
5: Viral Marketing and World Wide Raves
Professor: David Meerman Scott, author of New Rules of Marketing & PR and
World Wide Rave
6: Advanced SEO Tactics: On Beyond Keyword Research
Professor: Rand Fishkin, SEOmoz
7: Calls to Action and Landing Page Best Practices
Professor: Jeanne Hopkins, MECLABS, Marketing Experiments
8: Inbound Lead Nurturing
Professor: Brian Carroll, MECLABS, InTouch
9: Successful Email Marketing
Professor: Eric Groves, Constant Contact
10: PR for Inbound Marketing
Professor: Todd Defren, SHIFT Communications
11: Twitter for Business
Professor: Laura Fitton, Pistachio Consulting, co-author of Twitter for Dummies
12: Advanced Marketing Analytics
Professor: Avinash Kaushik, Google and author of Web Analytics 2.0
13: Passion-Inspired Video & Other Creative Content
Professor: Gary Vaynerchuk, Wine Library TV, and author of Crush It!
14: Social Media for Big Business
Professor: Paula Berg, Southwest Airlines, Linhart PR
15: Internet Marketing Comprehensive Review
Professor: Mitch Joel, author of Six Pixels of Separation
16: Midway Inbound Marketing Review
Professor: Mike Volpe, HubSpot
A March 2010 survey by Chief Marketer showed that CTR is till the most used metric to measure effectiveness of online campaigns.
– 60% of US marketers reported they measure interactive marketing performance in click-throughs.
– Just 38.4% measured return on investment.
– Only one third measured brand awareness or reputation.
As Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites entered our lives, something has changed. Seth Goldstein (Co-Founder of SocialMedia.com) is convinced that Social ads became Ads 2.0.
This presents advertisers with a huge challenge, but also an opportunity to engage online audiences in new and compelling ways. Transparency, responsiveness, genuine dialogue, and ethics take center stage in the battle for revenue.
Seth Goldstein`s presentation from 2010 IAB Annual Leadership Meeting can be seen on SlideShare.
1. create and launch Valentine’s specific ad copy
2. research and add keywords related to Valentine`s day
3. don’t forget to use call to action keywords
4. create themed landing page
5. surprise customers with a gift
6. turn off Valentine’s campaign on Monday
How often do people click away from pre-roll video advertisements before a video’s content starts playing? For a period of 48 hours tubemogul tracked 1 797 560 video streams (full-length videos were excluded).
What is the result of this analysis?
15.89% of viewers click away from a video rather than sit through a pre-roll ad.