Category: Media Placement

MTA may shuffle the deck with redeemable MetroCards

The metropolitan transit authority has announced that they will be selling the front and back of the metro card to advertisers as early as October. This is just a part of the new effort in raising revenue from the MTA system. As many people have probably seen by now, subway cars are being wrapped inside… Read more »

Marketing by association: Olympic style

Every year the American people witness larger than life advertisements during our nations biggest event; the Super Bowl. Companies like Budweiser and Pepsi pay millions of dollars to get their highly budgeted ad viewed by the American population. Is this really the biggest event out there? Can you think of maybe one more that gets… Read more »

Old School Ads: The Art of Hand Painted Billboards

Walking through lower Manhattan this morning, I looked up to see an advertisement for the newest installment in the Batman series. As I looked closer I noticed that this particular ad was actually hand painted or at least appeared to be so. I began thinking to myself how difficult of a task it would be… Read more »

Interactive to Play Bigger Role in 2010 Local Media Markets

The local media market has long been owned by local TV stations, newspapers and Yellow Pages. While the recession definitely slowed this market, the recovery, paired with marketer interest in new forms of media, means the industry is looking at big changes in 2010. BIA/Kelsey analysts value this market at $140 billion. Neal Polachek, president… Read more »

How to integrate email, social for better results

Recently two casinos began integration campaigns using Lyris HQ’s platform with social and mobile marketing efforts. Both Reno casinos, the Eldorado Hotel Casino and the Silver Legacy Resort Casino, improved reach and engagement levels as well as customer experience. The two casinos also doubled mobile opt-in lists and conversion rates. “The high customer acquisition and… Read more »