If I could find a coordinator as smart and hungry as i was in my mid late 20s I would probably double my billing.Any interest in replacing them with a slightly less inept coordinator?
Broheim, I'm referring to the digital ads OP posted. [edit: see now that you figured that out by the end of your diatribe ]We feed every part of the funnel. There is math I swear.
remnant? While impressed with your use of industry lingo you are way off. That DKNY was 100,000 for 75 of those screens on a shared loop. That ain’t remnant bud and yes we often influence buying decisions closest to time of purchase. That’s why people line up to buy us and our stuff proves high ROI without fail
Connecticut tourism paid 200k for 4 weeks on those grand central digitals. 7th most visited tourist attraction in the world plus 400,000 commuters and other New Yorkers every day. Tell me what medium reaches an audience that wealthy and large in such high res un block able form.
oh I just realized you were talking about the dreck that normally pops up on the banners here.
Here I am like “motherfooker that is some grade A OOH right there, that ain’t dog sh!t”.
An unsold ad slot translates to $0 in rev. Might as well fill it with whatever scraps are available.But to what extent do those translate into revenue?
What are you talking about? This is a thread about shitty internet ads and you're going off about how successful your barely tangentially related ad business is. Since you're clearly an expert, can you answer the original question around why those crappy ads exist (the ones the OP posted)?I’m in media and I’m always competing to take away marketing dollars from these endless, jumbled and ineffective online and banner ads blah blah blah incromprehensible rant