Samsung might be aggressive and passionate about its marketing efforts, but the people it employs might not be as single-minded about it. In a rather silly but not unheard of goof up, football legend Franz Beckenbauer was discovered to have tweeted about the company's recent viral marketing campaign using none other than his iPhone.
Samsung spends a huge amount of its earnings in making sure that its brand is on every conspicuous location or show in the world. However, it may turn out that the billions that it spends on its marketing campaigns and stunts might not be giving it the best results for the price.
beta testing a program which allows your location to be used more precisely to sell ads. By using your location, along with web searches you perform, Google can more accurately prove their mettle to potential customers. More to the point, they can drive sales, and revenue for both the store and Google.
Instagram began preparing users for in-feed advertisements a while back. We had known these were coming for quite some time and the talk surfaced again earlier in the month. At that time we were seeing details about how these were going to be arriving in the "next couple months" and how they would initially be delivered as a "small number of beautiful, high-quality photos and videos￼."
Google is advertising. They do it better and more prolifically than anyone else on the web, plain and simple. What about mobile ads, though? Rather than deal with fussy pop-ups, Google’s focused on making it easy to find what you’re looking for via search.
LG, along with M&C Saatchi have come up with a rather interesting advertising campaign. LG is using this to promote the G2 smartphone and has it running in Sweden. While that means a vast amount may never see these ads in person, they are adding a nice spin on the regular competition bash.
we mentioned it could be to allow for advertisements to make an appearance. Quickly dismissed as they are, mobile GMail advertisements make a lot of sense for a company who relies heavily on them for their massive revenue stream.
begin showing up in our Instagram feeds, however the company has recently shared a bit more detail in terms of what these will look like and how it will all work. There wasn't a specific date given in terms of when and instead Instagram has said these will be arriving sometime in the "next couple months."
rolled out a bevy of updates to its Android apps, most likely in preparation for the arrival of Android 4.4 KitKat. One update in particular was apparently more than what it seemed . The Gmail app might soon be getting a probably controversial feature in the form of advertisements.
Instagram has recently announced that advertising will begin showing up within the next year. The details are still on the light side, meaning Instagram has yet to announce any specifics. Or for that matter a date of when these advertisements will begin showing in your feeds. But that being said, Ms. White, director of business operations at Instagram has said they should be ready to begin selling ads within the next year.