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I just saw a banner ad for a guide to "concealed carrying" of guns. It led to the site usconcealedcarry(dot)net. Here's some of the things on that page: "UNITED STATES CONCEALED CARRY ASSOCIATION Providing Education, Training and Firearm Liability Insurance to Responsibly Armed Americans Since 2003." "21 pages of what you MUST know before leaving home with a gun ..." endorsed by NRA Business association,
*POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED* Company Overview The Mid Roll is an innovative online podcast advertising marketplace and reporting platform. Launched in April of 2013, it represents nearly 45 shows from comedy and fitness to business and technology. The Mid Roll connects advertisers to the best podcasts with highly engaged listeners. The Mid Roll is fast growing, creative, and forward thinking. Responsibilities • Guide new podcasts and advertisers on to the site through demos, training and curriculum • Through a deep understanding of The Mid Roll show demographics, create and send custom and sponsor-specific ad campaign proposals • Facilitate successful, long-term relationships between sponsors and artists through regular and proactive communication • Act as the day-to-day point of contact for Mid Roll site members and prospective members • Draft compelling and clear ad copy for new off-site campaigns when needed • Quality control all assets on the platform (ad copy, airchecks, inventory, profiles) and field troubleshooting questions when errors occur • Assist in coordinating invoicing and payments for sponsors and artists • Help compose promotional materials, like the Mid Roll newsletter and press releases • Create and distribute curriculum for Mid Roll University using your expertise in planning ad inventory, doing successful ad reads, and campaign reporting Requirements • A professionally relevant BA/BS degree • A minimum 2 years of client service/account management experience • Prefered experience in online media, interactive, digital, or other relevant advertising • Experience and comfort with quantitative analysis of online marketing results - solid understanding of CPM model • Exceptional client service skills and abilities; professional, tactful negotiation skills • Superior organizational, time and project management skills and an ability to multitask • Great communication skills (interpersonal, presentation, written and oral) • Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Drive • InDesign, Photoshop and Final Cut proficiency preferred Interested? Please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Not easy to get Comedy Central material here in Canada, so I was wondering – since they’re advertising on the show and all – if Bunk was, well, good. Given that this is the Internet's premier improv podcast, it seems to be a good place to ask if an improv-driven show is working out well.
I listen to a good deal of podcasts both on and off Earwolf. I hear certain companies advertising on a lot of them, e.g. Audible, Adam & Eve, who have clearly put a lot of money into hoping podcast advertising pays off. Since this is a relatively new medium with an even newer surge in popularity, I wonder, has there been any news as to how well it's paying off for these companies? Is Audible seeing a lot of money out of giving away free audiobooks in every corner of the Internet? This might have been discussed on The Wolf Den or elsewhere, of which I haven't listened to much.