Slate V’s ad critic Seth Stevenson recaps a little experiment he ran using Google TV Ads. Stevenson shows how you can infiltrate shows like Glenn Beck‘s by building a specifically targeted media campaign from the comforts of home for as little as $100. Whether it’s an informal testimonial for Google TV Ads or not, Slate V’s self-produced spot–which drove people to a website–aired 7 times during overnight reruns of Beck’s show and a total of 54 times on four networks, netting 1.3 million total views in a week’s span. Total outlay? $1,300.
U.S. News and World Report is looking for a Advertising Account Executive. next job Global Marketing and Brand Strategy Firm is looking for a Project Manager. next job GALORE Media is looking for a Sales Account Director. next job Greater Than One, Inc. is looking for a Senior Digital Media Planner. next job iCrossing, Inc. is looking for a Senior SEO Strategist. next job Creative Circle is looking for a Sr. Media Buyer/Planner. next job TBWA Worldwide on behalf of engage is looking for a Digital Media Manager. next job Catch New York is looking for a Mid Level Graphic Designer. see all
Land your next big gig! Join us on January 27 at the Altman Building in New York City for an incredible opportunity to meet with hiring managers from the top New York media companies, network with other professionals and industry leaders, and land your next job. Register now!