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Everyone at FiG is pleased to announce the addition of another client to our diverse portfolio. We’ve recently begun a partnership with a roofing and restoration services company called Michaels & Marc. This trusted roofing contractor has been an industry leader in the Denver metro area for years. As the Denver competition has gotten stiffer, Michaels & Marc wanted to improve their digital presence and marketing efforts across the front range. FiG was happy to lend a helping hand. From website development to local internet advertising in Denver, we’re excited to start working with this outstanding roofing company.
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.
In early 2017, FiG started out on a new partnership with redcup Beverage Service. The business, owned by Christopher Anson, is a leading provider of beverage and snack services for businesses in the Denver metro area. It’s now been over 2 years since our enduring partnership began and our hard work has delivered some significant results for redcup. As a leading Denver digital advertising agency, we’re thrilled to share some of these terrific results with you.
FiG is very proud to announce our newest client partnership with Lift Conveyor, a leading manufacturer of patented conveyor equipment and systems. Although the company has been in business for 20 years, they recently experienced a change in ownership and embarked on a journey to develop an online presence through digital advertising in Denver and in other places. Specifically, Lift Conveyor sought out FiG to help optimize their site to outperform vendors of their products and have their products reach a larger audience base.
You can’t talk about search engine optimization (SEO) without diving into local elements of SEO, as well. It’s an integral part of any search engine marketing (SEM) strategy and if you skip past local SEO, you can almost guarantee no one will find your business organically. This is where Google My Business can come into play; this Google tool is imperative for local search queries and larger-scale Denver search engine advertising strategies alike.
It’s no secret that digital advertising is gaining steam in our technology-centric society. In 2019, total U.S. digital ad spending is expected to exceed traditional ad spending by roughly $20 billion. Even though digital isn’t showing signs of slowing down, traditional advertising strategies are still highly effective and can have significant results. If it’s strategically planned and well executed, media buying in Denver can effectively reach your target audience and increase your ROI in marketing efforts.
For the past decade, the digital market space for advertisements has been playing an aggressive game of catch-up with traditional forms of advertisements.
Inspired by a local taqueria, San Bernadino restaurateur, Glen Bell, opened the Mexican-inspired favorite, Taco Bell, in 1962. In just five short years, the fast-food restaurant had more than 100 storefronts in states all over America. By 1997, Taco Bell had more than exploded on the fast-casual dining scene and was purchased by YUM! Brands, formerly Tricon Global.
The 1986 Stephen King thriller, It, has been making waves as a second movie adaptation was released last month.
Recently, Google was called out for accidentally placing advertisements beside inappropriate and offensive content. In response, Google has announced its “three-pronged” solution to combatting ad misplacement by focusing more closely on policies, enforcement, and controls.