With the advancing age, advertisers diverted their focus towards “paid search” and “pay-per-click (PPC)” in 1999-2000 giving a new dimension to this rising trend. With the steady popularity of search engines, the online advertising companies focused more on creating ads that were more targeted towards users choice based on search criteria in accordance to their geographical location, gender and most importantly search interest.
I recently read this in Hacking Growth "Marketers commonly make the mistake of believing that diversifying efforts across a wide variety of channels is best for growth. As a result, they spread resources too thin and don’t focus enough on optimizing one or a couple of the channels likely to be most effective." But the book didn't specify how long you should spend on the channel before giving up. I'm curious if anyone has any thoughts on this.
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