• September 30, 2021

How to Watch Pepsi’s ‘Pepsi Light’ and Other Ads in the U.S. with AdBlocker

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How to Tell If an Ad Is Promoting Propaganda

The American Media Institute has put together a handy guide to help you decide whether or not an advertisement is misleading.The Institute, a nonprofit group, is dedicated to “the improvement of our public discourse through research and educational work.”It has a website dedicated to debunking misleading advertising and is also responsible for compiling a list…

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How to save money with the best vintage ads

How to make the best of a bad job: Get creative.The Wall St. Journal recently published a list of the best and worst vintage ads, and it’s a very important list.We’ll start with the list’s top five.1.The American Express Card ad from 1927 shows a woman getting a check from the card.The image has been…

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When does your business have to get its own website?

What’s a good idea to build your own website for your business?It’s a question we’ve heard before.But with all the buzz around the “internet of things” and how to integrate it into your business, it’s hard to know exactly how to choose which option is best.And even if you did, the results will vary based…

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The internet of ads, in a nutshell

A lot of internet companies are working on a “internet of advertising”, where advertisers will be able to pay for online ads based on the data they collect, including what their users like, the sites they visit, and the pages they visit.The idea is to help businesses increase their ad revenue and help people find…

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How to fix fox news ads

Fox News has been under fire for its relentless pursuit of political targets, but advertisers are taking a more measured approach to how they use their ad dollars.Fox News has reportedly spent more than $2.7 million on political ads during the 2017 election cycle, and many of the ads have been targeted at conservatives.Fox has…

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How to spot subliminals in ads

Advertisers are trying to spot when ads on the internet are subliminally sponsored.But what is it that triggers a person to click on the ad? One expert says it’s not the message of the ad but the way the ad is presented. And that’s exactly what some researchers are trying.  Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and University…

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How to build a better Spotify advertising campaign

The best way to make your ads more relevant to your audience is to spend more time and money targeting them.To do this, you’ll need to build something called a Spotify Advertising Manager (SAM).The idea behind this is that you’ll be able to target specific audiences, such as musicians and people who listen to podcasts,…

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Why CNN and ABC are running a paid ad campaign in California

Zimmerman’s father, a veteran cop and sheriff’s deputy, has become a symbol for his son.The father of the slain cop, who was shot and killed while responding to a call about a burglary in a home, was killed by an undocumented immigrant last year.CNN and the ABC are using the death of his son as…

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When Fox News Advertisers Are Just Like Us, It’s Time To Embrace Google, Not Twitter

The idea of a platform that allows advertisers to run their own ad campaigns is new.But there are signs that advertisers will begin to embrace Google, rather than Twitter, in the next year or so.That’s according to a report from market research firm Strategy Analytics, which found that, while both Twitter and Google are gaining…

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