Precision Targeting

Programmatic Buying is online display advertising that is aggregated, booked, analyzed and optimized via demand side software interfaces and algorithms. This strategy not only includes RTB (Real Time Bidding), but also non-RTB methods such as Facebook Ads API and Google Display Network.

Guaranteed Performance

With an enhanced understanding of how your customers engage on social media, we can create micro-targeted campaigns on your behalf, reaching a hyper-relevant segment of your customers.

Frequency Targeting

Control how often a user sees your ad and increase or decrease that frequency

Behavioral Targeting

Direct your ad to users based on their tracked online behavior and interests.

Content Targeting

Show your ad only to users viewing content which is relevant to your target audience.

Demographic Targeting

Direct your ad to users based on gender, age group and/or income level.

Day Parting

Make your ad visible to users only at specific times of day.

Geographic Targeting

Show your ad only to users in a specific geographic area, such as by country, state or city, down to zip code level.

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Eight Graphic Design Terms You Need To Know

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  • On February 17, 2017
  • branding, Font, Graphic Design, Logos, Photography, Print Media, Typography
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedInIn the design world there is a common lingo that can sometimes be foreign and confusing to the untrained eye. For non-designers, it can be helpful to understand some of the basic terminology when you communicate with your designer, so you can better articulate what you like and dislike. Below is a […]
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QUICK FAQ

Citations are mentions of the business name address and phone number (NAP) on placements like online directories and websites. Search engines like Google consider a citation as a vote for the local business. The more relevant the citations are better.
Google does not report on keyword ranking for local business listings. The information provided by Google will include the number of views and clicks your listing have generated over a specific time period.
Services areas are built out by a mile radius from your location, cities or zip codes. Each area needs to be added to the GMB listing and will aid in "near me" searches related to your categories.
Accurate NAP info, quality citations strategy, positive online reviews and an optimized website will be the base for your ranking success. Other practices such as producing content on your blog and interacting on social media will be your next step. Reach out to our specialists to learn more.

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