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Large-Scale Online Retail: What Does It Take To Succeed?

At Nanigans we believe that it’s better to specialize what our software can do and who we choose to work with, rather than try to be a one-size-fits all advertising solution. Over the past five years we have been laser focused on building the best campaign management and optimization platform a large-scale direct response digital advertiser could ask for. Along the way we have learned what core qualities make our online retail customers truly successful – and we thought we […]

How to: Run a Post-Launch Ad Campaign Analysis

Congratulations, you’ve successfully launched a new campaign using Nanigans software! What’s next? The post-launch analysis is an essential part of getting a campaign off the ground and is the foundation to being able to assess and build on performance. In-house marketers benefit from taking stock of the campaign setup and early data shortly after launching so that any inconsistencies or performance gaps can be addressed right away. Ready to get started? Marketers working with Nanigans typically approach post-launch analysis in […]

Troubleshooting Tips For Ad Campaigns With Low Volume or Poor Performance

Direct response marketing involves many moving parts. No matter how carefully you set a campaign up, odds are you will hit a snag in ad spend or performance from time to time. With plenty of hands-on experience in the ecommerce and gaming verticals, Nanigans account managers are well-versed in auditing and improving campaign results. Here are troubleshooting tips from two of our seasoned team members. Laurie Bloom One of the questions I get asked most frequently is, “How do I […]

The ABCs of Efficient Campaign Pacing: Part Three

In the past few weeks we’ve talked about the number of Active Ads within your campaign, and how to limit your Bids and Budgets. This week, we’ll walk through the last two letters in the “ABCs” of making sure your campaign daily budget is paced properly: “C” is for Calendar When consumers are left to their own devices (pun intended), they are far more active within the online marketplace. That is to say, when the average user is at work, […]

The ABCs of Efficient Campaign Pacing: Part Two

Cranking up a new campaign can be tempting. Once you’re given a fresh batch of creative and a promising audience to test it out on, it’s time to step on the gas, right? Blowing through daily budget too quickly is something that happens to a lot of advertisers; luckily, pacing can be evened out if you follow a few simple steps. Last week we discussed limiting the number of Active Ads within your campaign to those with high performance using […]