Tag : Travel

Takeaways From Travel Weekly’s 2015 Consumer Trends Report

Each year, Travel Weekly explores the shifting tides of the industry in its consumer trends report. The report shares important factors that travel-related companies should be aware of in order use the best possible messaging in order to reach customers. Here are just some of the highlights from that report, and how we recommend optimizing that information to make your advertising as unforgettable as the journeys your customers will take. Making the journey from mobile to desktop Multiple devices come […]

Nanigans Badged Ad Technology and Facebook Exchange (FBX) in Facebook Marketing Partner Program

Facebook® has relaunched its Preferred Marketing Developer program as the Facebook Marketing Partner program, all in an effort to provide marketers greater clarity on the best partners to meet their business needs. The Facebook Marketing Partner program is structured around partner specialties, industry expertise, and geographic reach. These specialties—ranging from ad technology to small business solutions—give companies a better sense of their best partners right from the start. Nanigans first aligned with Facebook in 2010 as an early Facebook Ads […]

APAC: Untapped Opportunity for Digital Marketers

It’s no surprise that digital ad spend is on the rise globally, but did you know that real-time bidding (RTB) is the fastest growing segment of display worldwide? As we discuss in our latest white paper, IDC projects that over 40% of digital ad inventory will be sold and purchased through RTB by 2017, with Asia Pacific (APAC) leading the pack. Since APAC can represent 40+ countries depending on who you’re asking, we’ll narrow this conversation to two major opportunities […]

The Role Social and Mobile Plays in Travel Bookings

Once upon a time, you had to visit or call a travel agent to plan your getaways. Nowadays, people are flocking to social media for vacation inspiration and search engines to track down their own packages and deals. While most travel research is performed on desktop, mobile devices are doubling as miniature assistant shoppers — used to compare fare quotes, check destination weather and map out routes in advance. In addition, mobile apps are increasingly employed to book hotels, cars […]

Why Direct Response Is Dominating 2014 Advertising

Since the first banner ad was served in 1994, marketers have been under pressure to prove value through data—otherwise known as return on ad spend. In 2013, Internet ad revenues hit $42.8 billion, surpassing broadcast television for the first time and displaying a 17% YOY increase. Today, advertisers who have historically been focused on generating brand awareness are expected to report with hard data that they not only reached their specific target audience, but they were able to effectively encourage that audience […]