Category: Advertising

Get More Applications from One Ad

Sometimes, we get a little abstract on this blog. A little ethereal. Even a little theoretical. Not today. Today, we get simple. Really simple. Right now, you have…

The Difference Between SEO and PPC/SEM: A Military Approach

In order to attract valuable, on-target views of your job postings, you spend a lot of time and money on talent acquisition tactics. Primarily among these tactics are…

The Difference Between Paid Media and Content Strategy

Focusing on a pay-per-click strategy is the fastest way to grow awareness to your brand and traffic to your site. But, like a sugar fix, doesn’t have long-lasting…

Facebook and Twitter: The Battle Continues

Facebook and Twitter. They are the Adam and Eve of social media. Because they’ve been around for so long, we feel like we know them so well that we can take them for granted. But we can’t. In the years since they became marketing tools, they’ve undergone a series of changes, some evolutionary, some revolutionary. Knowing who they used to be isn’t as useful as knowing who they are now, so let’s take a look at the Romulus and Remus of having a reason to stare at your phone.

Understanding your Hiring Matrix

At some point, someone has probably told you about the magical number: seven plus or minus two. At it’s core is the idea that the human brain, as complex and creative as it is, can only hold onto a small number of ideas at a time. You may know a million things, but you can’t think about them all at once, just between five and nine ideas at a time.