Tag Archives: Advertising

How Google and Facebook Have Taken Over the Digital Ad Industry

The good news is that the digital-advertising industry is growing strongly, with revenues up sharply in 2016. The bad news? Virtually all of that growth is going to exactly two companies: Google and Facebook. The latest figures from the Interactive Advertising Bureau show that the third quarter last year was the biggest ever, with a…

http://fortune.com/2017/01/04/google-facebook-ad-industry/

Business Blogging Services offer for Introbiz members in Wales…

Cardiff Web Marketing Specialists and long time Introbiz members, MA Consultancy are currently looking for a few more blog management and blog marketing customers. They usually charge £200 a month to manage a companies blog, often one linked to their company website and to write 20 articles a month on the blog to help improve […]

https://welshbizuk.wordpress.com/2016/09/17/business-blogging-services-offer-for-introbiz-members-in-wales/

Here’s Why Facebook Is Always Going to Win the Ad-Blocking War

The back-and-forth between Facebook and ad-blocking software companies has become almost farcical at this point: After Facebook said it would block the use of ad blockers, the leading ad-blocking company announced that it will block the use of Facebook’s ad-blocker blocker. And now Facebook says it is rolling out a fix that will disable the…

http://fortune.com/2016/08/12/facebook-ad-blocking-war/

Facebook Makes It Clear That Advertisers Are More Important Than You Are

If there’s one battle that has crystallized a lot of the fear and uncertainty around the media business recently, it’s the fight over ad blocking. Most publishers see it as nothing less than an existential threat to their way of life, and they view users who do it as traitors and thieves. And now they…

http://fortune.com/2016/08/10/facebook-advertising-blocking/

Local Business and Community News for Cardiff & Newport in South Wales…

Connecting the community with local, affordable advertising. Local Cardiff & Newport News for August 2016 We are pleased to present to the latest issue of Local Link Magazine, which you can access by clicking on the link below. This Month’s Issues If you would be interested in Advertising with Local Link or have a story […]

https://welshbizuk.wordpress.com/2016/08/01/local-business-and-community-news-for-cardiff-newport-in-south-wales/

Trade Magazine Advertising to Asian Restaurants

Excellent Advertising Or Sponsorship opportunity for those looking to market themselves to the UK Asian restaurateur market…

Asian Restaurateur Trade Magazine Advertising to Asian Restaurants

Advertise to the UK Asian Restaurateur Industry via the UK Asian Restaurateur Trade Magazine

We have a number of advertising opportunities and 4 sponsorship opportunities for Businesses looking to get in front of 50,000+ UK Asian Restaurateurs or Asian Restaurants throughout the UK.

Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities within the UK Asian Restaurateur Trade Magazine and associated database…

We can offer you a banner advert, quarter page advert, half page advert and full page advert or adverts, in a new high end glossy Asian Restaurateur Trade Magazine for prices from £200.  The Asian Restaurateur trade magazine gets distributed to the owners and workers in over 17,000 Asian Restaurants throughout the UK, as well as placed online and marketed in regular emails out to a 50,000+ Asian Restaurateur database as well as posts to their relevant social media followers.

Asian Restaurateur Sponsors

Sponsors of the high end Asian Restaurateur trade magazine will get high profile inclusion in the Asian Restaurateur focused trade magazine for an 18 month period (across 5 editions), which will consist of 2  full page, prominent position adverts and full page of content (advertorial) within the Asian restaurant trade magazine.  Sponsors also receive inclusion in the regular email marketing to the 50,000+ Asian Restaurateur database (including once a month sponsor only dedicated mail out) as well as regular social media posts to their social media followers and inclusion in the many Asian Restaurateur and Food focused Trade Shows and Exhibitions that are completed throughout the year.

Interested in finding out more, booking your advert or an 18 month sponsorship?

For more info or to discuss pricing and availability  of adverts or sponsorship please call: 07517 024079 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com .

The Excellent Advertising Or Sponsorship opportunity for those looking to get in to the UK Asian restaurateur market post was written “By Mike Armstrong”

Twitter Downgraded to Sell: Hope Is Not a Strategy, Research Firm Says

Twitter has made a number of changes to the service in recent weeks, including some announced on Tuesday that give Twitter users more space, by not counting certain parts of a tweet as part of the 140-character limit. Some analysts, however, believe that these kinds of tweaks are more like rearranging the deck chairs on…

http://fortune.com/2016/05/24/twitter-downgrade/

Snapchat Could be the Next Social App That Is Run by an Algorithm

Algorithmic filtering has been much in the news lately, after reports that Facebook routinely fiddles with the site’s Trending Topics, and makes editorial judgements about what to include or exclude. Now, there are reports that Snapchat is about to implement an algorithmic filter for the service, which is a hot platform for short-form video. According…

http://fortune.com/2016/05/18/snapchat-algorithm/

Facebook Is Trying to Win the Video War Using YouTube’s Own Playbook

A web giant is trying to ramp itself up as a video platform, so it starts paying content creators to use the service, and–at least initially–doesn’t seem all that concerned about things like rampant copyright infringement. Is that a description of Facebook now, or is it a description of YouTube in its early days? That’s…

http://fortune.com/2016/04/29/facebook-youtube/

Facebook Is Trying to Win the Video War Using YouTube’s Own Playbook

A web giant is trying to ramp itself up as a video platform, so it starts paying content creators to use the service, and–at least initially–doesn’t seem all that concerned about things like rampant copyright infringement. Is that a description of Facebook now, or is it a description of YouTube in its early days? That’s…

http://fortune.com/2016/04/29/facebook-youtube/