How to make a buck off the internet

Post-war advertising has become an industry dominated by Facebook and Twitter, and the online market for it is expected to reach $11.3 billion in 2018, according to research firm Gartner.As such, it is becoming a lucrative, if lucrative, sector for marketers, who are being urged to invest in online advertising.“There’s no doubt that the internet […]

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How to get kids excited about sports in 2018

Advertisers need to make sure kids are excited about all the different types of sports they can play and that they are connected to a range of sports programs, said the head of sports marketing at the marketing company Gelsish. “We’ve always had kids interested in sports, but we have to make that connection with them,” […]

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“You’re not going to make a good president”

We’re about to see what a President Donald Trump could be like.We’ve already seen what he’s like on the campaign trail.He’s a narcissistic narcissist who’s been elected by the largest number of votes in the history of the United States.His campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” is a slogan he’s given himself.Trump is the most […]

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New Racing Post Ad Shows Up In Australia

Posted November 10, 2018 07:23:30Australia has seen some big news this week, with a new Racing Post ad appearing in the new TV show, Supergirl, which premiered in the United States.The ad, which we can see below, is part of the new series titled “The Power of Race” and features Kara Zor-El, the daughter of […]

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This Holiday Post is Too Much News

Advertisement  The NFL’s new TV rights deal with Disney was signed on Thursday, and ESPN is the biggest pay-TV provider in the NFL.ESPN also owns Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2.The league’s new deal with ESPN is expected to add another $10 million to the salary cap this season.ESPN and ESPN2 are owned by […]

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Samsung advertises on Times Square

The Times Square ad campaign for Samsung will begin this week, featuring ads from the company’s new “Titanic” tablet and a “post ads” banner.The ads will run throughout the city in a staggered fashion starting Thursday, with Times Square getting its first one by 10 a.m. and then extending to the next three hours.The TimesSquare […]

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