Tag Archives: ad design

Help Clients Design Ads for Maximum Positive Impact

Mon May 15, 2017

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In this digital age, a significant percentage of people employ ad-blocking technology, because they’re tired of encountering marketers’ messages everywhere they look. There are tactics your clients can use to make their ads more appealing.

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Ad Design: Are Your Clients Using Custom Typeface?

Thu Jul 2, 2015

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It’s not easy to snag consumer attention with an ad these days. Mary Stribley, writing for Design School, has compiled a few tips to make your clients’ ads really pop.

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Ad Design: Should Price Come Before Product Description?

Thu Jun 25, 2015

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If your clients have been in business for a while, they’re familiar with the 4Ps of marketing: price, product, place, and promotion. When they are designing ads, have they thought about which detail to show consumers first?

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Do Your Clients’ Ads Tell a Story that Reaches Millennials?

Wed Apr 29, 2015

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Men might be from Mars, but most marketers have figured out how to advertise to them. Millennials, though, might be a different story.

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Why Your Clients’ Banner Ads Should Make Consumers See Red

Fri Mar 20, 2015

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Have you advised your clients on the content and color of their banner ads? Doing so could drastically improve results according a new Rocket Fuel study.

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Do You Recognize These Frustrating Client Types?

Wed Jun 9, 2010

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Funny or frustrating? Brian Easter writes in iMedia Connection about five client types that he says can be funny and frustrating. He’s coming at this from the ad agency side, but every business has certain client types that pop up over and over. Chances are you run into some of these same types, especially when […]

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