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Social media marketing is just one of many components of digital marketing. Various social media platforms, such as Snapchat, TikTok, and Facebook, can be used to introduce brands, grab attention, and engage with prospects and clients. Almost every business these days needs to be on social media, regardless of their size or industry. If you own a business in Denver, social media services can help boost your brand awareness and drive more revenue to your business.
In 1993, the "Got Milk?" ad campaign was kicked off by the California Milk Processor Board. It was a nationwide advertising campaign that quickly caught the eyes of everyone and has run consistently to this day. The classic iterations of these ads consisted of actors, artists, and other celebrities with milk mustaches and the rhetorical tagline “Got Milk?”. The "Got Milk?" ad campaign has run for decades, and it is the most famous advertising campaign of all time. And as a top media buying agency in Denver, we’re here to comment on its prominence and resurgence.
During the summer of 2021, FiG kicked off an exciting partnership with a unique Denver-based business called Team Dave Logan. Over the past half-year, FiG has handled a wide array of marketing operations for our new client involving social media marketing in Denver and PPC ad campaigns. And we've managed to generate some great results for them thus far.
Most reputable businesses will have Google Analytics tracking code installed on their websites. Google Analytics (GA) allows users to track data and key metrics on their website to better understand their advertising ROI and target audience. Most GA properties are Universal Analytics properties, the default property type that was originally introduced in 2012. Now Google has announced that GA is officially switching to Google Analytics 4 over Universal Analytics, and this switch may have an impact on your digital marketing in Denver.
When it comes to good advertising, it can be difficult knowing where to start. The internet is littered with ads on every page and tv and print advertising are just as ubiquitous. It can be really difficult to stand out from the crowd for your consumers. Let’s face it - we all can see upwards of thousands of ads per day! At FiG Advertising + Marketing, we are no stranger to researching and developing ads that stand out.
We’ve all seen our fair share of ads lately, and most of these advertisements have had the same undertones: informative or serious. While there is a need for appropriate crisis advertising, it can get a little old after a while. A way that many brands are lightening up these difficult times is by bringing in a bit of humor. One brand in particular that is capitalizing on these interesting times is Progressive. In their ad campaign “WFH” (Work from Home), they show their staff navigating the learning curve and hilarious moments of working from home. Let’s discuss Progressive’s new “WFH” ad campaign and pull a few insights you can apply to your own Denver advertising efforts.
In just three short months, 2020 has already proved to be an interesting year for the advertising industry. Between the innovative Super Bowl ads to the coronavirus pandemic, ads have been thoroughly shaped by many recent cultural and social circumstances. Amidst all the chaotic change, there have been instances of incredible advertising feats. As an advertising company in Denver, we are always eager to analyze and critique the top ads.
In the spring of 2018, FiG began a partnership with an incredible fitness entrepreneur, Ashlee Van Buskirk. Ashlee had taken note of the broad knowledge gaps in fitness and nutrition nationwide. She had a vision to correct this problem by creating her own personal training and nutrition coaching business. In the especially competitive fitness space of Denver, FiG has helped turn that vision into reality with her new business, Whole Intent. Since our partnership began, FiG has implemented a variety of Denver content marketing services to establish Whole Intent within the city’s fitness space. We’re incredibly proud of how far we’ve come and we’re eager to continue to deliver even better results.
The search engine industry is always in a constant state of change. Out of all the top-tier search engines, Google is definitely the top change-maker. Every so often the search engine giant releases broad updates to their system. In late October of 2019, Google released yet another impressive update called BERT. Since then, the entire update has officially been rolled out internationally in over 70 languages. We wanted to discuss this update as it can have some vast implications for your Denver search engine marketing campaigns.
The search engine industry is in a constant state of change. Top-tier search engines, like Google and Bing, continuously introduce new updates and tools to meet the changing behaviors of average consumers. 2019 is drawing to a close, so there’s no better time to look forward to the next decade of search engine advertising. Trust us, you don’t want to have to play catch-up in the competitive search engine ad space. If your business uses pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, you should pay attention to rising PPC trends. With 2020 on the horizon, let’s examine a few PPC trends and how they can impact your Denver paid search advertising efforts.