New Facebook Ads Boost Brand Awareness

By | June 1st, 2017|Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

    For those of you familiar with Facebook ads, you might have noticed a brand new option on the ad creation screen. […]

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Building a Digital Advertising Funnel that Works

By | June 1st, 2017|Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

The problem with online advertising is there always seems to be a disconnect between your customer seeing your ad and making a purchase. Sending a thousand visitors to your homepage isn’t going make much of a difference if they leave right away. […]

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FineBros – How Greed can Cripple your Business

By | May 31st, 2017|Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

    You may not recall whom the FineBros right [...]

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Why is Brand Awareness so Important?

By | May 31st, 2017|Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

  We’ve noticed a lot of businesses have trouble understanding the benefits of brand awareness. Sure, it’s not as good as someone confirming a sale or calling your contact line, but the number of unique impressions (also known as the reach of your ad) can have a positive impact on your future sales.   […]

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Is Your Social Media Authentic Enough?

By | May 30th, 2017|Blog, Email Blasts, Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

  Social media is an interesting tool for businesses. We want to be authentic and genuine and form a real connection with customers, but many companies don’t quite seem to get it. Executives often want their social media channels to be cool and hip, but still bring in sales and new leads. In their attempts to try and blend in to the “cool kids”, companies can end up going too far and revealing just how out of touch they are to their target audience. […]

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Making your Video Advertisements Stand Out

By | May 30th, 2017|Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

  At Curve, we’ve always said that video was quickly becoming the new standard for advertising. People want to consume media, and the more engaging and eye-catching it is, the more effective it becomes. Video advertising has become much more commonplace, which means a lot more competition for all of us. How do we make our video ads stand out?   […]

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Four Steps to Improve your Facebook Ads

By | May 29th, 2017|Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

    The Christmas season is one of the most competitive times for any type of online advertising. Every business, from mom and pop stores to big-box retailers will be fighting over the public’s attention on Facebook.   […]

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Four Steps to Improve your Facebook Campaigns

By | May 29th, 2017|Advertising Training, Blog, Learning Curve, Old Newsletters, Social Media Training, Uncategorized|

  The Christmas season is one of the most competitive [...]

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Is Your Logo’s Colour Sending The Right Message?

By | May 28th, 2017|Advertising Training, Blog, Learning Curve, Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

It shouldn’t be any secret that we here at Curve Communications really love the colour orange. The decision to use orange in our logo wasn’t just a thoughtless choice; we wanted to project our friendliness and confidence. […]

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The Five Most Underused Google Services

By | May 28th, 2017|Old Newsletters, Uncategorized|

 This article was written by Justin Wong, our Digital Strategist We can safely say everyone reading this email uses Google search, Google Images and Google Maps. Maybe a few of you still use Google+! Unsurprisingly, that’s not all Google can do for you. Here are our top five Google services many people completely forget about and how they can help your business. […]

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