Do you feel like collaborating on design projects sucks your creativity dry and stops you from being productive?
I know what that’s like.
One of the most-wanted features requested by the Bannersnack community is now live.
Marketers, designers, advertisers, and business owners, today, I present to you the latest addition to Bannersnack – the Photoshop Integration.
Advertising and digital marketing are proven ways to boost awareness and attract more customers for products or medical services.
In fact, advertising budgets for this industry are growing at a constant rate, and the spend is expected to boost with at least 3,6% in 2020. At the same time, companies are starting to invest less in TV advertising.
Nowadays, we are bombarded with information from almost every direction, so it’s understandable why people are starting to trust ads less.
While this may be true, when you work in the automotive industry, you still need to announce your audience about a new car release, when you have a new offer, and so on.
Did you know that Bannersnack can now be used as an invitation maker as well?
For those of you who are well-acquainted with the tool’s features for creating online banners, you should know that you can now design your marketing materials for print as well.
Regardless of how old you are, one thing is absolutely certain: it’s impossible not to have received a flyer in your mailbox.
In fact, flyers are some of the oldest types of marketing materials that are still being used to this day. The rise of the Internet did not make them vanish, but instead, the digital medium turned into a new environment for flyer design and distribution.
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. But how many impressions, engagements, and conversions is your marketing design worth?
In a matter of seconds, you can leave a lasting impression on a potential customer, whether that’s good or bad. Ideally, you want to make a good impression so that people stick around and learn more about your business.
*A biiiig THANK YOU goes to Denisa, who’s a PPC specialist here at Bannersnack. She put together all the data I used in the article and helped me shape the research into useful information.
It appears that we’re on a roll this year when it comes to case studies and experiments with online advertising.
When was the last time you spent time on Pinterest and left feeling uninspired and unmotivated?
Pinterest is very different from the other types of social media platforms internet users are used to. This is mainly because it’s where people go to find new ideas and inspiration to do all sorts of things, from deciding what to eat or where to travel.
You may not even realize this, but chances are that the majority of your potential customers will check out your brick and mortar store on the internet before they notice it offline, while walking down the street.
In fact, the annual Local Consumer Review Survey conducted by BrightLocal showed that 27% of consumers searched online daily for a local business in 2018.