Super Bowl 50 has come and gone and we are powering ahead into February. Here are this week’s News Highlights for you.
Images on your site are the most eye-catching elements on your website. According to HubSpot, content containing relevant images earn up to 94% more page views than content that doesn’t include images. Just including images in your content can dramatically increase the likelihood that consumers will read your content. None of this should come as a surprise to you and we have something that will improve the likelihood of someone reading your content and sharing it even more: cinemagraphs.
Marketing is a rapidly evolving activity and, as a marketer, you need to adapt to changing circumstances too. If you don’t, you’re basically handing over a competitive advantage to your competitors who are adapting. We reviewed current growth hacking best practices and have a few suggestions for you to consider implementing.
2015 was an exciting year for programmatic advertising in general and in-image advertising, in particular. As the year draws to a close, we took the opportunity to look back at the 7 most popular articles on the imonomy blog based on what interested you most.
If Adobe’s latest reports (parts 1 and 2) on its study of the State of Content in six Western countries is anything to go by, marketers have new rules for successful engagement in the coming years. That is mixed news for marketers because it may necessitate a complete shake-up of your content marketing strategies. Don’t worry, these can be good news for you, if you are creative and can see the potential.
Imagine you could immerse consumers in your product and literally let them see themselves wearing an outfit or in a refurnished home? Two exciting technological trends are going to revolutionize advertising and make ads more personal and engaging than they have ever been: augmented reality and virtual reality.
As Thanksgiving approaches, along with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the spirit of giving thanks is being spread throughout a variety of mediums. Holiday ads are up and people are slowly getting into the holiday vibe, starting with Thanksgiving. However tempting it is to lose ourselves in this crucial time in the world of advertising and marketing, I think we marketers shouldn’t lose our appreciation for what we have and gratitude for our blessings: our customers.