Advertising Information Ohio

HOME

DIRECTORY

 

More free ebooks online:
 
Advertising | Affiliate revenue sharing  |  Auctions  |  Blogging  |  Crafts & Hobbies  |  Currency Trading  |  Home Remedies and Best Tips |  Mesothelioma lung cancer and asbestos |  Mortgage and refinance |  Pets  |  Web Site design  |

We would like to thank the local libraries, schools, and universities for recommending students to visit us when doing research on any of our information topics.
Please check back frequently as new topics are added and current topics are updated daily.

 

Place your TextLink AD here free

How To Tell If An Advertisement Costs Too Much


People say it all the time: "This advertising costs too much!" They practically go into cardiac arrest when they see how much the advertising for certain media in certain markets is going to cost them. It is pretty easy to get sticker shock when you see that a sixty-second radio commercial on a popular Los Angeles station could cost you a thousand bucks. Each. Or when you realize that all the "Dot.com" businesses in Silicon Valley have made radio spots on top stations in the San Francisco market cost as much as $2,500. A Minute. Or when you realize that a newspaper ad in your city barely bigger than a Hershey Bar will cost a couple thousand dollars. It's easy to automatically think that's a lot of money. Now here's the important question for you, the advertiser: Does the ad actually cost too much?

So what's the answer? The savvy advertiser will tell you that the cost of the ad is not the issue. What's important is the return that the ad will bring. if you were charged even as much as $40,000 for a sixty-second radio commercial that generated enough sales to make you a profit of $50,000, then would the $40,000 be A LOT? The answer is NO! Of course not! You'd be a fool not to beg, borrow, or steal the $40,000 so you could make the $50,000 profit! Try getting that kind of return in the stock market!

How do you think that these big companies can afford to spend a million and a half dollars for a thirty second TV commercial during the Super Bowl? The know that an enormous amount of people will see it--enough to make the return on investment a good deal.

The point is simple; you've got to figure out how much money an ad will make you before you draw a conclusion of whether or not it costs too much. So how do you do that? It's actually pretty easy. Here's a simple process for determining the Return on Investment, or ROI, of an ad. First, you've got to know how much profit you make on each sale. For instance, if you buy it for $50 and sell it for $100, your gross profit is $50. Step two is to figure out what your closing ratio is. If, on average, you close one sale for every four people who inquire, that's a 25% closing ratio. If 9 out of 10 end up buying, then your closing ratio would be 90%. This is simple math.

Now, figure out what your break-even is. Do this by taking cost of the advertisement and divide it by the amount of gross profit per sale. Remember, we already figured out what your gross profit is a second ago. So how much do the ads costs? If the ads cost $1,000 and your average gross profit is $50, that means you've got to make 20 sales to make back the $1,000--that's your break-even point--in this example, it's 20 sales. Fourth and last, figure out the number of leads you need to generate from the ad if you are to break even. To do this, you've got to know your closing ratio, which we just figured out also. Let's say it's 25%, or in other words, you close one out of four people who inquire. So if you close 25%, and you need 20 sales to break even, that indicates that your $1,000 worth of advertising needs to generate 80 leads to break even.

Now I know that all sounds kind of complicated, but it's actually pretty simple. We just calculated in the example that if the $1,000 ads can generate 80 leads, you would break even. That's a return on investment of 0. I'm not saying that your goal is to break even. I realize that you are in business to make a profit. But let's start with breaking even; that's the bare minimum you can accept when running an ad. At least you didn't come up with a NEGATIVE return on investment!

So let's say your goal was to double your money? What would have to happen to your numbers? That's right, you'd have to double your lead flow, or in this case, generate 160 leads instead of just 80. That means that if you generated 160 leads, you would generate a profit of $1,000--again, on $1,000 spent. In other words, you've doubled your money. Your return on investment is 100%. That's pretty easy to follow, isn't it? By way of review, what we're trying to do is calculate your return on investment for your advertising. Here are the four steps again. Think about your numbers in your business.

What's your gross profit per sale?
What's your closing ratio?
What's your break even...in terms of number of sales needed?
How many leads does your ad need to generate for enough sales to break even?
What's your return on investment on any given number of leads that you generate?

Now realize something important here. What we've just done in this exercise is figure out how many leads you need to generate to break even on the cost of the advertisement, and then calculated the ROI for how many ever leads your ads end up generating. That's a good piece of information to have, but now I want to take it a step further. Let's figure out what's known as the Lifetime Value of a Customer. What if your average customer brings you a $50 gross profit per sale like in the example we just went through? Is that the only time that customer will ever buy anything from you? How many times does that average customer come back in the course of a month, or a year?

If your average customer shops with you one time a month and makes you $50 of gross profit every time, that customer is now worth $600 a year--in profit. And if you know that your average customer stays with you for 3 years, now that $50 a month client is worth a tidy $1800. So now how much would you be willing to spend to accrue that client? What if those were your average numbers, $50 a month for 3 years. Then in the example earlier, remember where we broke even with 80 leads and just 20 sales? Now those 20 customers would be worth an astounding $36,000 over the next three years. And it only cost you a thousand dollars worth of advertising. Now your break-even looks a lot better doesn't it! If you could accrue a $36,000 annuity every time you ran a thousand dollars' worth of ads, you should mortgage your house and spend as much money as possible on advertising!

Now, a couple of words of advice when figuring your return on investment for advertising. First, always estimate your numbers conservatively--or in other words, on the low side. Always figure on getting a lower number of leads than you're hoping for and expecting. Always count on a lower closing ratio than you're used to. If you calculate your numbers using conservative figures, then you'll do fine if your results are actually lower than projections...and in the event that you do as well as you had initially hoped, you'll just make more money than you expected.

Let me give you a real-life example to better illustrate ROI. There is a company who was promoting seminars where they would attempt to sell a service that cost $8,000. When they were starting to do advertising to promote these seminars, the question of how much budget should they allot came up. They wanted to start filling seminars with about a week after starting advertising, so they decided that fax broadcasting would be the best way for them to quickly get the message out about the seminars. Faxing can be done for as little as 7¢ per page in some major metropolitan areas, so they came back and said they thought they would want to send out about 25,000 faxes a week for the 5 weeks they would be doing seminars. When asked how many sales were they planning on generating, they said because of a unique financing plan that allowed them to sell their package on a low monthly payment basis, they thought they could sell at least 100 packages in that 5 week time period.

Well, 100 packages is a lot, and they were told that they would have to do at least 100,000 faxes a week for the 5-week period to get the number of leads required to sell that many packages. The man got his calculator out and did some quick math and realized that he had to spend $35,000! 7¢ times 100,000 faxes times 5 weeks! That number--$35,000--sounded so huge, it caught him off guard. His idea was to spend just under 2 grand a week, or a total of less than $9,000. Big difference. That's called "sticker shock."

So what he did was figure out the ROI, according to the steps previously explained. Again, first, figure out your gross profit per sale. His was about $3,250. Second, figure out the closing ratio. He thought his would be about 20%. So then, how many sales would he need to break even on a $35,000 advertising expenditure? Well, 35 thousand divided by $3,250 gross profit per sale is about 11 sales. Just 11 sales to break even. So if his closing ratio was just 10%, he'd have to generate about 110 leads to break even. 110 leads on 500,000 faxes?

Easily attainable. The last thing to do would be to figure out how many leads he'd have to get to reach his goal. His goal is 100 sales, and his closing ratio is 10%. That means he'd have to generate about 1,000 leads. On 500,000 faxes sent out, that's like a two-one-thousandths of a percent response. That is very reasonable. He'd generate a total gross profit on the deal of $325,000...and if you subtract out the $35,000 advertising cost, that's still a healthy gross profit. His attitude toward the $35 thousand changed instantly.

Well, do you see how that works now? Just run through your numbers and you'll know how much money is a lot of money when it comes to advertising.

Rich Harshaw is the founder of the Monopolize Your Marketplace system and CEO of Y2Marketing Business Marketing Strategies


Todays News by officejax free advertising and ad exchange solutionsMORE RESOURCES updated Fri. November / 22 / 2019

An Advertising Lesson From A Church In North Carolina - Forbes
An Advertising Lesson From A Church In North Carolina  Forbes

Google to Limit Who Can Be Targeted by Political Advertising - TIME
Google to Limit Who Can Be Targeted by Political Advertising  TIME

YouTube is working to bring advertising to edgier content as demonetization woes grow - The Verge
YouTube is working to bring advertising to edgier content as demonetization woes grow  The Verge

Global Geomarketing Software Market 2020-2024 | Use of AI in Digital Advertising to Boost Growth | Technavio - Business Wire
Global Geomarketing Software Market 2020-2024 | Use of AI in Digital Advertising to Boost Growth | Technavio  Business Wire

Asiaray is Awarded Exclusive Concession Rights to Operate Advertising and Media Resources of KMB and LWB - Yahoo Finance
Asiaray is Awarded Exclusive Concession Rights to Operate Advertising and Media Resources of KMB and LWB  Yahoo Finance

Facebook is considering changes to its policy on political advertising: WSJ - MarketWatch
Facebook is considering changes to its policy on political advertising: WSJ  MarketWatch

Facebook Mulls Tightening Its Political-Advertising Policy - TheStreet.com
Facebook Mulls Tightening Its Political-Advertising Policy  TheStreet.com

Google Restricts Political Advertising On Its Platform - Yahoo Finance
Google Restricts Political Advertising On Its Platform  Yahoo Finance

Creative leaders join Conscious Advertising Network to combat ad abuse - Prolific London
Creative leaders join Conscious Advertising Network to combat ad abuse  Prolific London

We Need to Fix Online Advertising. All of It. - Slate
We Need to Fix Online Advertising. All of It.  Slate

"Out of Home Advertising": the billboards that spy on you as you move through public spaces - Boing Boing
"Out of Home Advertising": the billboards that spy on you as you move through public spaces  Boing Boing

Digital advertising is not the dot com bubble, improper attribution is - Marketing Land
Digital advertising is not the dot com bubble, improper attribution is  Marketing Land

The grey area around defining political advertisements in Washington State - Washington State Wire
The grey area around defining political advertisements in Washington State  Washington State Wire

14-year-old faces hate crime charges, accused of advertising 'slave for sale' - WSB Atlanta
14-year-old faces hate crime charges, accused of advertising 'slave for sale'  WSB Atlanta

Facebook launches new safety tools for advertisers as criticism continues over false political ads - CNBC
Facebook launches new safety tools for advertisers as criticism continues over false political ads  CNBC

Ryan Reynolds puts Samsung, Netflix, and Aviation Gin in one ad - Fast Company
Ryan Reynolds puts Samsung, Netflix, and Aviation Gin in one ad  Fast Company

Fearless: How One Couple Launched The Largest Independent, Hispanic-Owned U.S. Advertising Agency - Forbes
Fearless: How One Couple Launched The Largest Independent, Hispanic-Owned U.S. Advertising Agency  Forbes

Decline In Sina’s Q3 Advertising Revenue Isn’t A Cause For Concern Yet - Forbes
Decline In Sina’s Q3 Advertising Revenue Isn’t A Cause For Concern Yet  Forbes

Digital Advertising Performance Reporting Touches Down in Web App for Airport Media Programs - PRNewswire
Digital Advertising Performance Reporting Touches Down in Web App for Airport Media Programs  PRNewswire

Is The Future Of Digital Advertising Conversational? - Forbes
Is The Future Of Digital Advertising Conversational?  Forbes

Programmatic advertising must handle more complex media-buying decisions, study says - Marketing Dive
Programmatic advertising must handle more complex media-buying decisions, study says  Marketing Dive

Global Blockchain in Media, Advertising & Entertainment Market 2019-2024: Anticipating a CAGR of 82% During the Forecast Period - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business Wire
Global Blockchain in Media, Advertising & Entertainment Market 2019-2024: Anticipating a CAGR of 82% During the Forecast Period - ResearchAndMarkets.com  Business Wire

Romer: The case for investing in advertising - Vail Daily News
Romer: The case for investing in advertising  Vail Daily News

3 Auctions Rule Digital Advertising. Here's A Guide To Navigating Them - AdExchanger
3 Auctions Rule Digital Advertising. Here's A Guide To Navigating Them  AdExchanger

Study Highlights “Five Secrets for Automotive Advertisers” - Radio World
Study Highlights “Five Secrets for Automotive Advertisers”  Radio World

Airport advertising performance reporting app launches - Passenger Terminal Today
Airport advertising performance reporting app launches  Passenger Terminal Today

Is Ben & Jerry's misleading consumers? Lawsuit says 'happy cow' representation not quite true - USA TODAY
Is Ben & Jerry's misleading consumers? Lawsuit says 'happy cow' representation not quite true  USA TODAY

G5 Launches New Cross-Channel Spend Optimizer That Improves Digital Advertising Performance Up To 25% - MarTech Series
G5 Launches New Cross-Channel Spend Optimizer That Improves Digital Advertising Performance Up To 25%  MarTech Series

XITE Taps Beachfront for Set-Top Advertising Assist - Light Reading
XITE Taps Beachfront for Set-Top Advertising Assist  Light Reading

In-Stadium Video Advertising Gains Traction Across MiLB and NASCAR - Front Office Sports
In-Stadium Video Advertising Gains Traction Across MiLB and NASCAR  Front Office Sports

Citrus College Wins Advertising, Marketing, Social Media Awards - Patch.com
Citrus College Wins Advertising, Marketing, Social Media Awards  Patch.com

Google to Restrict User Information It Gives Advertisers - The Wall Street Journal
Google to Restrict User Information It Gives Advertisers  The Wall Street Journal

APEX's ARC Committee Spreads the Word About In-Flight Advertising - APEX Media
APEX's ARC Committee Spreads the Word About In-Flight Advertising  APEX Media

SEC Proposes Overhaul Of Advertising And Solicitation Rules For Investment Advisers - Corporate/Commercial Law - United States - Mondaq News Alerts
SEC Proposes Overhaul Of Advertising And Solicitation Rules For Investment Advisers - Corporate/Commercial Law - United States  Mondaq News Alerts

Report: Programmatic advertising not fully automated | - Advanced Television
Report: Programmatic advertising not fully automated |  Advanced Television

AI in advertising captures audiences with personalized ads - TechTarget
AI in advertising captures audiences with personalized ads  TechTarget

Milwaukee advertising exec Bill Eisner dies - Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee advertising exec Bill Eisner dies  Milwaukee Business Journal

Case: False Advertising & Unfair Competition/Pleadings (D. Ariz.) - Bloomberg Law
Case: False Advertising & Unfair Competition/Pleadings (D. Ariz.)  Bloomberg Law

Twitter's ban on paid political advertisement comes into effect - Lexology
Twitter's ban on paid political advertisement comes into effect  Lexology

How Effective Is Facebook Advertising? - Mother Jones
How Effective Is Facebook Advertising?  Mother Jones

The Advertising Industry Has a Problem: People Hate Ads - The New York Times
The Advertising Industry Has a Problem: People Hate Ads  The New York Times

The Ad Screens on Ride-Hail Cars Collect Data, Too - CityLab
The Ad Screens on Ride-Hail Cars Collect Data, Too  CityLab

NBCU Moves To Unify Cross-Platform Advertising With New Senior Executive Position 11/21/2019 - MediaPost Communications
NBCU Moves To Unify Cross-Platform Advertising With New Senior Executive Position 11/21/2019  MediaPost Communications

The Culture Gabfest on The Irishman, Schitt's Creek, and targeted advertising. - Slate
The Culture Gabfest on The Irishman, Schitt's Creek, and targeted advertising.  Slate

The Irresistible Visual Power of Urban Advertising - CityLab
The Irresistible Visual Power of Urban Advertising  CityLab

Redesigned Microsoft Advertising Editor now available - Search Engine Land
Redesigned Microsoft Advertising Editor now available  Search Engine Land

Harvard Economist Calls for Outlaw of Online Advertising Markets—Just Like the Trade of ‘Organs, Babies, or Slaves’ - Fortune
Harvard Economist Calls for Outlaw of Online Advertising Markets—Just Like the Trade of ‘Organs, Babies, or Slaves’  Fortune

Microsoft Advertising talks intelligence, UI updates, audience solutions in SMX keynote - Search Engine Land
Microsoft Advertising talks intelligence, UI updates, audience solutions in SMX keynote  Search Engine Land

Consolidation rocks WPP, Amazon's next advertising star, and the story behind Taboola and Outbrain's tie-up - Business Insider
Consolidation rocks WPP, Amazon's next advertising star, and the story behind Taboola and Outbrain's tie-up  Business Insider

Getting rid of microtargeting in political advertising is a terrible idea - The Washington Post
Getting rid of microtargeting in political advertising is a terrible idea  The Washington Post

Netflix pulls Spectator advertising after social media backlash - Scram News
Netflix pulls Spectator advertising after social media backlash  Scram News

New York Times Co. Advertising Drops as ‘Turbulence’ Hits Digital Market - The New York Times
New York Times Co. Advertising Drops as ‘Turbulence’ Hits Digital Market  The New York Times

Long Branch scam is advertising fake home rentals, cops say - Asbury Park Press
Long Branch scam is advertising fake home rentals, cops say  Asbury Park Press

Trivago’s Incoming CEO Gets Busy Tweaking Its Advertising Strategy - Skift
Trivago’s Incoming CEO Gets Busy Tweaking Its Advertising Strategy  Skift

Comscore's new CEO says his company's 'sweet spot' is targeted TV advertising - AdAge.com
Comscore's new CEO says his company's 'sweet spot' is targeted TV advertising  AdAge.com

Political Advertising on Facebook Is Different Than Normal Political Advertising - The Bulwark
Political Advertising on Facebook Is Different Than Normal Political Advertising  The Bulwark

Advertising on Car Window Helps Woman Find a Kidney Donor - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Advertising on Car Window Helps Woman Find a Kidney Donor  NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Twitter, the RC Cola of campaign advertising, will no longer accept campaign ads - The Washington Post
Twitter, the RC Cola of campaign advertising, will no longer accept campaign ads  The Washington Post

State investigating marijuana advertising at Lewiston Colisée - Press Herald
State investigating marijuana advertising at Lewiston Colisée  Press Herald

Apple Stock Gets Price-Target Hikes As Advertising Business Touted - Investor's Business Daily
Apple Stock Gets Price-Target Hikes As Advertising Business Touted  Investor's Business Daily

25 Fascinating Years of Digital Advertising [Infographic] - Social Media Today
25 Fascinating Years of Digital Advertising [Infographic]  Social Media Today

Sinclair leads $10.3M investment in rideshare advertising startup Octopus - TechCrunch
Sinclair leads $10.3M investment in rideshare advertising startup Octopus  TechCrunch

The Apprentice Episode 7: Advertising Task (Re-branding Finland) - Key Business Lessons for Entrepreneurs - Forbes
The Apprentice Episode 7: Advertising Task (Re-branding Finland) - Key Business Lessons for Entrepreneurs  Forbes

Apple's ad agency has layoffs as the company beefs up its in-house ads group - CNBC
Apple's ad agency has layoffs as the company beefs up its in-house ads group  CNBC

Integral Ad Science Buys Technology Firm to Help Advertisers Avoid Objectionable Content - Wall Street Journal
Integral Ad Science Buys Technology Firm to Help Advertisers Avoid Objectionable Content  Wall Street Journal

TripAdvisor Journeys Into Non-Travel Advertising - AdExchanger
TripAdvisor Journeys Into Non-Travel Advertising  AdExchanger

Advertising bets on a team's Twitter account? Welcome to sports gambling in 2019 - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Advertising bets on a team's Twitter account? Welcome to sports gambling in 2019  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Walmart is rolling out tools and API to grab Amazon advertisers - Business Insider
Walmart is rolling out tools and API to grab Amazon advertisers  Business Insider

Roku Doubles Down on Advertising Tech - Motley Fool
Roku Doubles Down on Advertising Tech  Motley Fool

Here's why Facebook dominates in digital advertising - Fox Business
Here's why Facebook dominates in digital advertising  Fox Business

Public-funded Oroville Dam advertising called ‘propaganda.’ Here’s how much it cost - Sacramento Bee
Public-funded Oroville Dam advertising called ‘propaganda.’ Here’s how much it cost  Sacramento Bee

How to Invest in Digital Advertising - The Motley Fool
How to Invest in Digital Advertising  The Motley Fool

Bernie Sanders Is Flush With Cash. Here’s How He Plans to Spend It. - The New York Times
Bernie Sanders Is Flush With Cash. Here’s How He Plans to Spend It.  The New York Times

The Problem of Political Advertising on Social Media - The New Yorker
The Problem of Political Advertising on Social Media  The New Yorker

One bright spot in Amazon's ugly quarter — its advertising business is growing like crazy - CNBC
One bright spot in Amazon's ugly quarter — its advertising business is growing like crazy  CNBC

5G Will Reshape Advertising Data - AdExchanger
5G Will Reshape Advertising Data  AdExchanger

The Rise of Advertising on Ecommerce Marketplaces: 5 Tips to Get Ahead - Search Engine Journal
The Rise of Advertising on Ecommerce Marketplaces: 5 Tips to Get Ahead  Search Engine Journal

All About 'Fellow,' VB&P's Community App for Women in Advertising - Muse by Clio
All About 'Fellow,' VB&P's Community App for Women in Advertising  Muse by Clio

Lawsuit Against Facebook Uses Public Accommodation Law to Challenge Advertising - Forbes
Lawsuit Against Facebook Uses Public Accommodation Law to Challenge Advertising  Forbes

Help us chart Amazon’s growth as an advertising platform - Search Engine Land
Help us chart Amazon’s growth as an advertising platform  Search Engine Land

Why Twitter’s New Restrictions on Political Advertising Make No Sense - National Review
Why Twitter’s New Restrictions on Political Advertising Make No Sense  National Review

Digiday Research: Marketers are increasingly advertising on retail sites - and not just Amazon - Digiday
Digiday Research: Marketers are increasingly advertising on retail sites - and not just Amazon  Digiday

Allan Kalish, 94, an advertising icon who ‘should have been a third baseman for the Phillies’ - The Philadelphia Inquirer
Allan Kalish, 94, an advertising icon who ‘should have been a third baseman for the Phillies’  The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Rundown: Advertisers mull how much digital advertising is too much - Digiday
The Rundown: Advertisers mull how much digital advertising is too much  Digiday

Amazon CFO Talks One-Day Shipping, Torrid Advertising Growth, and More - The Motley Fool
Amazon CFO Talks One-Day Shipping, Torrid Advertising Growth, and More  The Motley Fool

The Rundown: We've always hated advertising - Digiday
The Rundown: We've always hated advertising  Digiday

WPP comparable sales rise as advertising backs 2019 guidance - MarketWatch
WPP comparable sales rise as advertising backs 2019 guidance  MarketWatch

Democratic Strategists Set Up $75 Million Digital Campaign to Counter Trump - The New York Times
Democratic Strategists Set Up $75 Million Digital Campaign to Counter Trump  The New York Times

Newspaper Advertising Market Procurement Intelligence Report | Newspaper Advertising Price Trends, Newspaper Advertising Suppliers and Procurement Insights Now Available from SpendEdge - Business Wire
Newspaper Advertising Market Procurement Intelligence Report | Newspaper Advertising Price Trends, Newspaper Advertising Suppliers and Procurement Insights Now Available from SpendEdge  Business Wire

Advertisers flood World Series for D.C. opinion leaders - Axios
Advertisers flood World Series for D.C. opinion leaders  Axios

Executive Spotlight: Lamar Advertising Company's Jay Johnson - Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Executive Spotlight: Lamar Advertising Company's Jay Johnson  Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

Top TV Station Owner Nexstar Redefining Ratings In Advertising Deals, Adding Streaming And Mobile To Linear - Deadline
Top TV Station Owner Nexstar Redefining Ratings In Advertising Deals, Adding Streaming And Mobile To Linear  Deadline

To help ward off Amazon, CPG advertisers are seeking data relationships with retailers - Digiday
To help ward off Amazon, CPG advertisers are seeking data relationships with retailers  Digiday

The SEC brings its adviser advertising rules into the internet age - InvestmentNews
The SEC brings its adviser advertising rules into the internet age  InvestmentNews

SEC Seeks to Bring Adviser Advertising Rules into the Digital Age - Planadviser.com
SEC Seeks to Bring Adviser Advertising Rules into the Digital Age  Planadviser.com

Advertisers emerge as buyers for ad tech - Digiday
Advertisers emerge as buyers for ad tech  Digiday

Learn Digital Advertising Essentials and Stay Ahead of the Game - Entrepreneur
Learn Digital Advertising Essentials and Stay Ahead of the Game  Entrepreneur

GroupM To Advertisers: The Next New Thing May Be Outdoor, Radio & Print 11/04/2019 - MediaPost Communications
GroupM To Advertisers: The Next New Thing May Be Outdoor, Radio & Print 11/04/2019  MediaPost Communications

I worked on political ads at Facebook. They profit by manipulating us. - The Washington Post
I worked on political ads at Facebook. They profit by manipulating us.  The Washington Post

Behind Apple’s ‘Slow-Roll’ Marketing Push for Its New Streaming Service - The New York Times
Behind Apple’s ‘Slow-Roll’ Marketing Push for Its New Streaming Service  The New York Times

              used office cubicle and partitions walls for sale in Northeast Ohio   free amv format video downloads   amv format video downloads   amv format videos

Find custom outdoor advertising supplies and business supplies in Akron, Ohio below wholesale at OfficeJax in Akron, Ohio

Auctions Akron, Ohio    Blogging Ohio    Rss Ohio    Crafts & Hobbies Akron Ohio    Currency Trading in Akron Ohio
   Mortgage and refinance   Pets Akron Ohio    Web Site designers in Akron Ohio   university of akron university housing available

roofing contractors Akron Ohio

Surplus Overstock and used PET SUPPLIES

Find unclaimed freight in Akron Ohio

[Back to Top]

Find used office equipment in Ohio at www.OfficeJax.Has.It

Find the best fleamarkets at www.FleaMarketWorld.Has.It

www.Akron.Has.It

Find electric powered vehicles at www.NoGas.Drives.It

Akron City directory

Free Automatic Link Exchange

Flea Market World

Anonymous and Confidential U.S. Mail Drops - No ID Required reship worldwide

Find homes for rent
in Akron Ohio
www.homes4rent.has.it

Fleamarket World
www.fleamarkets.tk

Jim (James) Baughman Hosting Company of Akron, Ohio offers the finest in the CLOUD internet hosting  service and solutions at affordable prices. The Hepsia control panel is a superior control panel unlike the old school cpanel you may be familiar with as well as downloadable daily backups, 24 hour tech support response time is less than 30 minutes, php version selection, unlimited bandwidth, are all included at no additional cost.

Click here to place your free classified AD's on this page for freeHere
 

officejax surplus office furniture outlet Akron, ohio

OfficeJax free ad space available here

auction news and listings for Akron, Ohio

Akron crafts and hobby news center

Akron currency trading

Akron Ohio pet news

Advertising and promotions Akron, Ohio

The Akron blogging news center

lung mesothelioma asbestos

Akron Ohio web site design news

Akron Mortgaging and refinancing

Best Home Remedies and Tips

HOME | Site Map
© 2012 - 2019 All Rights Reserved


  

advertising agency advertising supply and services marketing and advertising internet advertising pay per click advertising newspaper advertising promotion online advertising free advertising business marketing and advertising promotional advertising specialty print advertising banner advertising agency promotional product advertising radio advertising company classified advertising web advertising outdoor advertising ppc advertising advertising agency and services local advertising art layout production service advertising direct internet marketing advertising web site advertising business advertising television advertising jobs advertising services restaurant advertising yellow page advertising agency tv advertising web banner advertising directory advertising services  advertising slogan advertising photographer adsense advertising adwords apis cashing billboard advertising advertising balloon pay per click banner advertising gambling online magazine advertising yahoo advertising email advertising free internet advertising internet online marketing advertising business search engine advertising direct mail advertising services advertising design advertising age creative advertising targeted advertising advertising campaign media advertising career free online advertising mobile advertising ogilvy vintage advertising pen internet advertising agency car advertising subliminal advertising idea advertising and marketing employment cheap advertising pen advertising space  online advertising company advertising sign career in advertising direct mail advertising small business advertising history of advertising internet marketing online advertising advertising card communication content integrated marketing perspective premium promotion internet banner advertising advertising outdoor billboard affiliate advertising advertising art advertising display advertising product advertising copy advertising affiliate program free web site advertising real estate advertising brand advertising advertising brand communication guerrilla unconventional advertising business internet online internet marketing promotion advertising advertising firm contemporary advertising coroplast akron ohio custom signs and advertising solutions at OfficeJax online flea market