Content Marketing

Content marketing – analyzing the results

Content marketing – analyzing the results

Strategic planning, laborious implementation, targeted promotion – anyone looking to make content marketing a sustainable aspect of their advertising campaign has their work cut out. But just because the content is online and has acquired its first likes doesn’t mean that the work is over and it’s time to put your feet up. Long-term monitoring of results and the optimization of individual...

Successful content promotion

Successful content promotion

A content marketing strategy doesn’t just appear, but is rather the result of an intense analysis of goals, strengths, and content. Implementing the strategy requires a lot of personnel as well as finances. You design the content, write blog posts, produce videos, and put together whitepaper and e-books. After all this, you still aren’t finished. Nothing will happen if you don’t start promoting...

Guerilla marketing | Advertising with a viral effect

Guerilla marketing | Advertising with a viral effect

In this era of Facebook, Twitter, etc. it’s more important than ever for businesses to attract consumers’ attention. But in such a barrage of multimedia ads, how do you succeed in getting noticed? Through the use of remarkable advertising techniques, so-called guerilla marketing offers the opportunity to reach millions of social media users worldwide. Welcome to guerilla marketing 2.0 – where...

What is neuromarketing?

What is neuromarketing?

‘I think therefore I am’ – René Descartes’ iconic saying, it seems, may only be half true. If you choose to believe neuroscientists like António Damásio and Joseph E. LeDoux, then cognitive and emotional processes play a part in every rational decision. Even clicking the purchase button in an online shop is a decision that has been unconsciously influenced by emotional information. Or at least...

The first step: lead generation

The first step: lead generation

Are you looking for potential customers online? You will soon realize it’s quite a challenge to grab internet users’ attention. Users are becoming more and more sensitive to advertisements and end up deliberately ignoring them. It might seem impossible to establish contact in this way, let alone generate qualified leads. But with the right strategy, and working closely with lead management,...

How viral marketing works

How viral marketing works

Targeted and intelligent advertising is the key to a company’s success – online as well as offline. In the ideal case, your own messages and content are so good that they will spread quickly, like a virus. Sometimes when advertising messages run under their own momentum, problems such as chaotic situations and reputation damage occur. But if you practice viral marketing correctly, you have the...

Keyword research—part three: keyword strategy

Keyword research—part three: keyword strategy

An exhaustive keyword list alone isn’t enough to deliver any results that you’ll be able to use for an SEO strategy. Insights for onpage optimization can only first be derived if the search terms have been both quantitatively and qualitatively evaluated and prioritized according to their relevance for the project you’re optimizing. In part three of our series, we show you how to develop such a...

Keyword research – part 1: first steps

Keyword research – part 1: first steps

The world of search engine optimization revolves around keywords. Website operators looking to optimize their project for major search engines must find out how to get their search terms on the coveted top spots in the search engine results pages. To put it another way, on-page optimization can’t take place without first conducting keyword research. In the first part of our series, we introduce...

Banner blindness: explanation and impact

Banner blindness: explanation and impact

Advertising banners, pop-ups, and similar ad formats are not popular within the internet community. The user consciously as well as unconsciously ignores this kind of advertisement while surfing the web with more and more internet-savviness, as well as being increasingly wary of untrustworthy fake dialog boxes. This phenomenon is known as 'banner blindness', which was identified by Benway and Lane...

Second screen for online advertising

Second screen for online advertising

For many users, one screen is simply not enough. Dubbed by marketers as second screen, this phenomenon describes the new usage patterns of the smartphone generation. What’s meant here concretely is the simultaneous usage of multiple devices. Both television broadcasters as well as advertisers seek to use this advertising channel to their advantage for winning over potential customers. Find out...