GUEST POST AUTHOR: Callum Mundine is part of the marketing team at oneegg.com.au, an adwords management agency in Sydney. He is an Amazon marketplace & white hat link building specialist, and has launched multiple successful brands on Amazon.com. Callum like his eggs boiled.
There are many different ways in which Ecommerce brands can get their products in front of consumers, but advertising success depends on several things. Quality content, great images and videos and SEO all factor highly, but using the right advertising channel for your brand is all important.
It isn’t always easy for Ecommerce brands to know which ad channel would work best for them. The first step is to understand the process that buyers go through before making a purchase. This is how it typically rolls out:
- Awareness of the product
- Familiarity with the product
- Considering the product
- Purchasing the product
- Brand loyalty
You should also consider how the major advertising channels work so that you choose the best platform for your brand. Today’s three main ad channels are Facebook, Google and Amazon, and they all offer different advantages. For example, Google and Facebook are where people tend to go for product discovery and research. Amazon is usually where they’ll purchase the products.
There is no summer slow down for the clients of Moss Networks, in fact we are cranking up the heat with some great press and exposure in their respective industry-focused outlets. Check out some of the announcements and opeds that keep our clients hot in the press all year long:
Getting a Bigger Slice of the Mobile Ad Budget: A Strategy for Mobile Ad Networks - ExchangeWire
Outstream Ads Can Solve The Premium Video Ad Unit Shortage - adexchanger
The Unexpected Upsides of Outsourcing Your Fraud Protection - SmallBizDaily
Warning sounded on security of SAP e-recruiting application - InsideSAP
Discount e‑retailer jClub aims to win over former Choxi.com customers - Digital Commerce 360
Making the Case for More ACH - PayBefore
5 Things Self-Storage Operators Need to Know About Taking Payments - Inside Self-Storage
The President and Founder of Moss Networks, Bonnie Moss, created an article “What International Payments Businesses Need to Know about Branding in the US” that was published in PaymentsJournal this month.The article details what international payments businesses need to know about branding themselves to a US audience. Bonnie discusses how these businesses can use their offshore expertise to win US clients, as long as they tailor their marketing strategies to the needs and concerns of the US merchant audience. To be most effective, she argues, businesses must build their brands in the US starting from scratch and demonstrate expertise, build trust, and establish authority.
To read the full article, CLICK HERE
2016 was certainly a busy year in the AdTech and FinTech industries. Innovation has been rapidly advancing, and consumers are just starting to adjust. We look forward to seeing how our clients will serve the growing needs of the marketplace in the coming year.
As the final month of 2016 comes to a close, the Moss Networks team has more than just the holidays to celebrate— we also have some amazing thought leadership and news articles to share that promote the diverse strengths of each of our clients.
ClearSale CEO Pedro Chiamulera is featured on Episode 59 of Ambitious Radio Podcast
Ad-Free Netflix Helps Publicize Ad-Filled TV by Benjamin Reid of Elasticiti
Utility Payments Made Easy: 3 Customer Segments that Need E-Payments Now by Josh Budd of Forte Payment Systems
Cyber Weekend—A Global Opportunity for Retailers by Kirsty Tull of BillPro
Now’s The Time to Guard against Holiday E-Commerce Fraud by Bruno Farinelli of ClearSale