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Ad.ly - Celebrity Endorsements in Social Media

Ad.ly - Celebrity Endorsements in Social Media
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Ad.ly for Advertisers | Ad.ly - Celebrity Endorsements in Social Media With an ability to reach millions of potential consumers, the Adly network drives the content that provokes consumer conversations while forming stronger, more meaningful connections between brands and consumers. Engage Your Consumers in Real Time at the Right Time Instantly Increase Brand and Product Awareness Drive Clicks to Your Online Destination Grow Your Audience Online Target Highly Endemic Audiences Reach Consumers on Multiple Platforms and Devices Adly ensures that the network includes influencers that consistently deliver efficient effective scalable results for Brands. Adly matches influencers with your brand based on your target audience and campaign objectives. Adly offers brands a full range of social advertising solutions that are customized to achieve campaign objectives. High-performing copy is created to inspire engagement while staying authentic to the influencer voice. Adly provides key metric data on each campaign reflecting overall success of the campaign. Advertise with Adly

GeekAndSocial Hy.ly | From Fans to Leads Make Money With Twitter | Top 5 Services to Monetize Your Twitter Account You know some great ways to monetize your blog. But can you monetize your Twitter efforts? Of course you can! What You Will Need to Make Money Online via Twitter So what do you need to make money on Twitter? Also, the more well known you are in a niche, the more likely you are to be selected by advertisers who are targeting your type of following audience. Third Party Twitter Advertising Platforms There are several services that can tap into your Twitter account to send tweets on advertiser’s behalf through to your Twitter network, helping you earn money online. Sponsored Tweets Sponsored Tweets, probably one of the more popular Twitter monetizing services, allows advertisers to create message “suggestions” and then send them to publishers (aka, you) who are in their budget range. What Advertisers See About Publishers These publishers will then customize a tweet and send it back to the advertiser for approval. Ad.ly Learn more about how Ad.ly works in their FAQ section. Magpie TwittAd TwitPub

Tapad 12 Memorable Event Marketing Campaigns When announcing its new line of TVs, Sony enlisted Fallon, an agency based in London. The idea? Drop a quarter of a million bouncy balls down San Francisco's curvy, narrow, sloped streets—and catch it on film. Nationwide Insurance had terrific product awareness, but the company was struggling to boost awareness of its financial-planning products. Mrs. Samsung and marketing agency Jack Morton developed a live and digital event to take place at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress in February 2010. The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade was originally imagined by Macy's employees, many of whom were first-generation immigrants who wanted to celebrate in a manner like their parents did back at home. In March 2005, to celebrate the launch of M&Ms new Dark Chocolate candies, M&Ms and Mars Candy Co. worked alongside LucasFilm. Snapple Beverage Corporation was ready to launch its newest creation: Snapple White Teas, "The Lightest Tasting Teas on Earth."

Comment utiliser Paper.li selon vos besoins Paper.li est un service d’agrégation de contenus postés sur Twitter. A la manière de Netvibes ou de Google Reader pour les flux RSS, Paper.li vous permet de construire un journal en ligne (d’où le nom « paper ») qui reprend les tweets les plus importants de votre compte personnel, de vos followers, de vos listes ou de certains tags et les présente de façon très conviviale. Paper.li analyse de façon complètement automatique les flux Twitter indiqués lors de la création de votre « Paper » en vous proposant une synthèse des meilleurs liens et messages. Paper.li a récemment été nommée meilleure application virale au Web 10 de Paris. Paper.li, c’est pas un peu du spam sur Twitter ? Le succès rencontré par Paper.li depuis quelques mois fait que les tweets de notification de nouvelles éditions de « journaux personnels » deviennent nombreux. Paper.li pour la veille technologique Si vous êtes comme moi, vous voyez passer sur Twitter des centaines d’infos chaque jour et autant de liens. 1. 2. 3.

Fanplayr [MORT ?]Twittad - Let Your Ad Meet Tweets 12 types of new content to attract your audience Hubspot spread the word that there are now more companies blogging than there are companies not blogging. And as I look at the strategy documents we’ve been creating for clients this summer that definitely seems to be the case. Clients are looking for that blog consulting component as part of their SEO audit or larger link building services. Whether it’s the effect of Panda, Google+ or simply a more competitive market, businesses are looking toward new content as the key in helping them to build a brand, to foster a flowing conversation and, of course, to demonstrate their authority on a particular topic. But no one said fresh content had to be a 900-word blog post or another badly crafted infographic. When coming up with this month’s editorial calendar or putting together your content creation goals, why not consider some additional content types? Below are 12 new content flavors to help you attract your audience. 1. 2. One company that’s rocking the marketing webinars is Hubspot. 3. 4.

20 creative guerilla marketing campaigns We are so overwhelmed with advertising everywhere that it becomes hard for creative agencies to make ads that stand out. Guerilla advertising is a great way to make unusual, surrealistic visuals and situations that passers by will remember. Here is a selection. 1. Superette – Short shorts The bench that turns you into a walking advertisement if you are wearing short shorts. 2. Pretty clever, the urinal that stands out. 3. Seen in New York, how would you not go grab a coffee there? 4. I would be curious to know how many people actually notice this ad. 5. Enter the shark, a cool optical illusion for this National Geographic ad on a bus. 6. Cool idea to promote the movie “The day after tomorrow”, it gives the illusion that NYC has been submerged by the waters. 7. Feels good not to be in the same category as the big boys. 8. Small but poweful, I think the message just got across the bridge. 9. Unmissable ad, I’m sure all the bowlers that went there remembered it. 10. 3M security glass 11.

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