With both geotargeting and geofencing, we’re able to target consumers that are currently within a defined area. Now, marketers can reach consumers even after they’ve left these locations through an innovative practice called place targeting.
In the past, advanced technology stacks were only available to the largest advertisers. However, technology has changed all of that, and Mogo’s mission is to adopt these advanced tools, become power users, and then deploy them across the hundreds of mid market clients we support to enable them to truly market bigger than their budgets.
Cross-department communication remains a challenge for most institutions, understandably. Each department is tasked with different initiatives, has limited resources and often sits in a far away building on campus. But there is a systematic way to narrow this gap (especially between Marketing/Communications and Admissions/Enrollment) and properly set each other up for success.
Picture yourself sitting at home on the couch surfing the Internet on your laptop, tablet, or smartphone. You come across a headline that sounds interesting so you decide to click on it. What you may or may not have noticed is that it read “Sponsored Content” or “AD” above the title. That’s native advertising.
It’s been a busy few weeks for the advertising industry. The consumer data privacy debate is very much alive, with Cambridge Analytica giving us an excellent example of what gathering and using data irresponsibly (via Facebook) looks like. Facebook, in turn, has responded with new restrictions on targeting…