Digital advertising and traditional advertising differ significantly, but that doesn’t mean they need to be kept in their separate corners. The most impactful advertising strategies incorporate a mix of both, with cohesive messaging and visuals from one medium to the next. Instead of approaching your advertising as digital vs. traditional, think of it as an interplay between the two.
Branding. Marketing. The two terms have become so indistinct and nebulous that it’s hard to know where to start. In this article, we’ll make meaning of the mush that other marketers might tell you, giving brief but poignant insight into branding, marketing, and the relationship between the two.
It’s easy to get hooked on one specific marketing channel, but that’s no way to get results. We recently developed a campaign for one of our regional bank clients that netted 140 new non-interest-bearing checking accounts in just one month. The average customer acquisition cost was only $28, and the campaign helped boost overall account openings by 50% across a wide demographic.
Want to drive demand deposit accounts (what bank doesn’t)? Do it digitally. We recently created a digital-only marketing campaign for one of our regional bank clients that netted 140 new non-interest-bearing checking accounts in just one month. The average customer acquisition cost was only $28!
Marketing experts estimate our eyes process between 5,000 and 10,000 advertisements every day! Seem high? Print ads are everywhere. Meanwhile, digital ads are learning your lifestyle and following you around the Internet. And don’t forget the hundreds of emails you receive each day, many of them ads or business propositions. Even social media is filled with sponsored posts