It's obvious in the new decade, the Internet has become a preferred
source for news, information and entertainment.
This change has taken place in
less than 100 years. In the 1930's, 25% of Americans got their news or entertainment
information from a print media source owned by the first media mogul in
this country, William Randolph Hearst. And that was mainly
from the 25-35 newspapers he owned during the first half of
the 1900s. Today, you will find the
Hearst Corporation heavily involved in electronic and Internet
media. Do they know something you don't?
The point we make is to not be
afraid of change.
In 2009, time spent with the
Internet exceeded time spent with television! It was a first! Change happens.
Advertising source preference and content is a reflection of
what society is collectively reacting to. Where are your marketing
efforts focused? Do you have an agency that is leading you
toward the variables in the ever-changing advertising landscape? An
agency that can guide you in an understanding of the Internet?
Aren't you using the
Internet right now?
The Internet should be a major force in
your advertising mix. But we're not talking about a Box or
Pop-Up ad on some other site. It goes deeper than that. Ad Mark can help.
Here are some
examples of working websites that Ad Mark has designed and is