Meme Marketing – More than Just a Trend!
Advertisers today have endless ways to connect with potential customers through various methods of online advertising. From running Display Advertising to Search engine advertising I bet you have tried all the tips and tricks under your sleeve to get in front of your customers. However, trying too hard to get […]Read more: Meme Marketing – More than Just a Trend!
How would Hegel PPC?
Hegel, Hegel, Hegel. One of the classic 19th-century German thinkers but, while others are popularly remembered for a wide variety of ideas (Nietzsche has a canon of ideas he’s still quoted on by the pretentious snobs who read and recite his works, but his aphorisms would be perfect for Twitter!) […]Read more: How would Hegel PPC?
PPC Meme: Amazon Retargets Spongebob Again and Again and Again
Today one of our dear friend Will Haire, from BellaVix showed us a very funny PPC meme and we didn’t want to keep it ourselves so decided to share it with Everyone! EnjoyRead more: PPC Meme: Amazon Retargets Spongebob Again and Again and Again
PPC meme fun: On Clients Wanting To Improve The CTR
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PPC meme fun on auto-apply all Google Ads Recommendations
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How would Aristotle PPC? (Part II)
Eudaimonia, that word that’s right out there with the Tetragrammaton for its elusive inability to be defined. “Happiness” is probably the most common way we translate Aristotle’s classic concept into English, although some seem to prefer “flourishing.” But–like the Supreme Court’s classic definition of pornography: “you know it when you […]Read more: How would Aristotle PPC? (Part II)
How would M.M. Bakhtin PPC?
Okay, M.M. Bakhtin isn’t quite a “philosopher” but more a half-way point between a “philosopher” and a “literary critic” but what, really, is a philosopher anyway? Who would put, “Philosopher” onto his LinkedIn (without getting laughed at for the pretentiousness of it)? Whichever he was, he was one of my favorite […]Read more: How would M.M. Bakhtin PPC?