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Advertisers who do not adapt to new technology risk being ignored on the web. The advertising industry has evolved dramatically as a result of the internet, and it continues to develop as new technology and platforms are released.

There are more platforms and venues to promote than ever before, yet consumers are exposed to so much advertising every day that it requires something extraordinary to get their attention. Many companies use advertising testing as well to stay ahead in the advertising industry. Find how the advertising industry is changing as a result of technological advancements.

  1. The video and content video popularity

If it was all about TV 10-20 years ago, with the internet and the emergence of platforms like YouTube, Facebook, and Snapchat, video advertising has become more pervasive, and the value of its content has increased as well. When consumers are used to watching videos, static visuals like traditional billboards can seem dull.

  1. Videoblogging

It’s no longer just about blogging; it’s about video blogging and video bloggers seizing charge of social media and all of its unlimited possibilities. The introduction of new, high-performance smartphones, tablets, and notebooks allows content and video makers to communicate increasingly better, faster, and smarter.

  1. Sophisticated email marketing

Email is already a very powerful and successful digital marketing tool, and intelligent targeting makes it even more so. Advanced capabilities that assist hyper-specific pinpointing of consumer categories that are more likely to buy particular products than others have already been offered by the leading email marketing platforms. Remember that too much email can overwhelm clients and that there are better ways to convey your message to individuals, such as emerging technology that can assist your email in getting to the top of an inbox.

  1. Progressive web apps

Progressive web applications, or PWAs for short, bring the features of an app to the browser experience. Not only does this solidify mobile’s position as the most popular mode of web access, but it also assures a consistent customer experience regardless of how your customers access your products and services.

PWAs are gaining traction because of their emphasis on the user experience.

  1. The rise of some is the demise of others

With the rise of digital and mobile, traditional media such as print and radio are seeing their audience and reach dwindle, forcing them to think outside the box and come up with new strategies to stay afloat. Even television is no longer king in some regions of the world, where digital investments are gaining ground.

  1. Programmatic is the new KING

Programmatic buying is a new way of targeting customers with internet ads or digital out-of-home (DOOH). Publishers, advertisers, and middlemen can now place electronic bids for digital ads and target them to specific people as quickly as they wish. The “owner/brand” can tailor a specific message and creativity to the right person, at the right time, in the appropriate place, using audience information from the brand.

 

Kossi Adzo is the editor and author of Startup.info. He is software engineer. Innovation, Businesses and companies are his passion. He filled several patents in IT & Communication technologies. He manages the technical operations at Startup.info.

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  1. Queen Robinson

    12/11/2023 at 8:08 AM

    Thank you for this educative discourse.
    I would like to be enlightened more on blogging and digital.

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