Digital Advertising In Detroit: How To Get Found Online

Sep 30, 2022 10:41:22 AM / by Larry Julius

Last year, $2.6 billion in marketing was spent online to reach Southeast Michigan consumers, according to projections based on the 2021 IAB Internal Advertising Report.  This is 35% more than was spent during the prior year.

There is a correlation between the massive amount of money being spent to reach Detroit consumers online and the extraordinary amount of time that these consumers are connecting to the internet via websites and apps.

According to Nielsen, 47.2% of Detroit adults are spending 10-plus hours during an average week online. Furthermore, The Pew Research Center, a public opinion research company, reports that one-in-three consumers say they are online constantly. A 50% increase from 2015.  In all, 85% of consumers say they connect at least once daily.

To successfully market and advertise a Detroit business on the internet requires a full-scale understanding of precisely what online marketing is.  Spoiler alert, having a website or having a social media site is not enough.

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Topics social media advertising, digital advertising, online advertising, web traffic, website visitor, social media, online shopping, google, internet, internet advertising, sem

Advertising In Detroit: Don't Say 'March Madness'

Feb 21, 2022 2:12:25 PM / by Larry Julius

Right now, at least one of the 163,433 businesses located in the Southeast Michigan area is thinking about using the phrase 'March Madness' as part of upcoming advertising and marketing plans. Why not? It's a great use of alliteration. It's a familiar term. And, it's that time of year.

A furniture store in Troy might think it would be clever to use 'March Madness' in its commercials on Detroit radio to promote a big spring sale. A non-profit in Dearborn feels it would be a good way to describe its charity fun run on social media and online advertising. A sports bar in Southfield believes it would be a no-brainer to use the term in streaming video and audio ads to bring in scores of basketball fans.

It is, indeed,  tempting for a Detroit small business owner to use this term for advertising or marketing purposes. But,  to avoid a costly legal battle, the use of this trademarked phrase should be a non-starter. Here's why.

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Topics television advertising, radio advertising, social media advertising, digital advertising, online advertising, streaming audio, social media, OTT, CTV, streaming video, internet advertising, streaming media, streaming TV, search engine marketing, display advertising, sem, intellectual property, trademark, copyright

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