We are experts in Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin and Pinterest advertising. All our paid search team are crossed trained to provide our clients with an integrated service under one roof.
Our Goals are ROI and Measurable Results
We treat Paid Social the same as Paid Search, by applying our data-driven approaches, and constantly refining smart methodologies for each social network.
What makes Paid Social so effective is that it allows you to use a vast array of targeting options (geo, demographic, interest, device) that can be leveraged to reach your audiences in the scale aligned with the growing number of social network users.
Alongside an ever-growing number of ad formats and types, Paid Social can provide marketers true value for both acquisition and retention campaigns.
PROGRAMMATIC DISPLAY AND NATIVE ADVERTISING
We approach programmatic display and native advertising with a clear ethos: complete customer transparency.
Target the Right Customers at the Right Time
We manage display campaigns from branding, visibility and prospecting campaigns, to retargeting. We cover the entire spectrum of programmatic display bidding, including mobile and video formats. Targeted media plans can be provided based on demographic, geographic or behavioural needs. Performance focused, we are also fully transparent with your campaign data and investment, to ensure objectives are in complete alignment. We use Google’s Display & Video 360 as our main DSP which is highly reliable and has many advantages.
OUR CASE STUDIES
Mad4Tools – Paid Search
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Sandals – Paid Search
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