The Final Part of the Boeing Classic Campaign: A Mobile Website

The third portion of the campaign was the mobile website. Since the rate of mobile Internet adoption is expected to pass desktop Internet useage in two years, it was almost essential to offer a mobile interface for Boeing Classic. The mobile page featured links to the Boeing Classic Facebook page, directions to the golf course, a schedule of events, and an embedded Twitter widget programmed to grab tweets about the Boeing Classic. The mobile site also featured a tee times page that we updated daily so tournament-goers could see when their favorite players were teeing off.

Overall, the campaign was a huge success. We brought more than 1,000 people to the Boeing Classic website, and delivered more than half a million ad impressions to Boeing Classic’s target demographic. Our ads were displayed on thousands of websites, spanning more than 50 ad networks. These results echo what we see with our clients every day. Boeing Classic wanted a far-reaching display campaign, and we delivered.

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Local Mobile Search infographic

Just letting you all know up front: I love infographics, and I share them like crazy whenever I find a good one. Recently, I stumbled upon several infographics I think warrant posting on here as they’re all relative to the world of digital advertising.

The first infographic is from a marketing firm called Orange Soda. It’s called “The Power of Local Mobile Search,” and it runs through some of the stats and figures I’ve posted on here before, but includes some fancy graphics to drive the points home.

Check it out!

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