Would Members Pay for an Ad-Free Facebook?

  Despite some recent difficulties (click here), Facebook remains a dominant social media platform. It has been affected by privacy issues. Its policies about advertising, And a lack of transparency. Thus, Facebook is studying several new initiatives. One question to ask consumers: Would members pay for an ad-free Facebook experience?  [Would YOU be willing to […]

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Advertising Media Still Shifting

As we have noted before, this is an era with advertising media still shifting. For example, see these posts. Wherefore Art TV Advertising —  U.S. B2B Digital Advertising Spending Trends —  A Timeline on Advertising’s History In this post, we focus on two interesting charts from Statista. How do YOU perceive these data? No surprises, right? […]

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Wherefore Art TV Advertising

Wherefore art TV advertising is a play on Shakespeare. But the stakes couldn’t be higher for TV firms at any point along the supply chain. Viewing shifts — with the related advertising shifts — are playing havoc with both traditional and cable TV audiences. Yes, the Super Bowl remains an ad powerhouse. But, social media […]

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Does YOUR Brand Creep Out Customers

Does YOUR brand creep out customers ? Obviously, that is not a good business practice. Due to the questionable practices of some firms, we’ve at looked at various related topics. And these include: Stronger FTC Influencer Marketing Rules Consumer Trust: Interesting Research Findings More Gamesmanship on Retail Prices — Even Online When Is a “Sale” […]

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How Coca-Cola Creates Stories

In October 2017, we talked about Ikea’s introduction of pet furniture. And we looked at its clever ad campaign. As part of our Ikea discussion, we showed a YouTube video on the making of its ads. Today, we consider how Coca-Cola creates stories to communicate with consumers. First, view the Ikea video.   Background of […]

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