June 10, 2014
|Free Digital Ad Quiz|
Charleston, SC (rushPRnews) 06/10/14 — Take the free 6-question quiz "What Kind of Digital Advertising Should You Use?" created by Brian Carter, consultant and keynote speaker, to guide businesses which ad network is most likely to help them achieve their current goals, given their existing budget and resources.
Why take it? Businesses will get better results and waste less money by consulting this free quiz, especially if they can't afford to pay expert consultants. Because each marketing campaign has a different goal and budget, the quiz can be re-taken for each of your campaigns.
The quiz is based on Carter's 15 years of digital marketing experience working with every advertising option for hundreds of companies.
Did you know that roughly 90% of U.S. businesses are small businesses that are more likely to waste money on the wrong advertising network? Simply because they don't have the time or resources to follow current
By taking the quizz What Kind of Digital Advertising Should You Use?, small and mid-sized business can increase their chance as successful advertising campaigns and direct their budget to the right venue.
About Brian Carter:
Carter is the internationally bestselling author of the books The Like Economy, Facebook Marketing & LinkedIn For Business. He has developed marketing programs and strategies for companies of all sizes, including Microsoft, Universal Studios, The U.S. Army, The World Health Organization, NBC Universal, PrideStaff, PediaCare, Chloraseptic, Dramamine, Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. Carter has been interviewed by Bloomberg TV, Mashable, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABC News, Information Week, U.S. News & World Report, Inc. Magazine, and Entrepreneur Magazine.
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