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How to Define Your Target Market

Without a properly defined target audience any attempt to effectively spend and evaluate an advertising budget becomes more of a guessing game than a strategy, which is why Media Link Software® is utilized by advertising professionals to get the most bang for the buck. The first questions you should be asking include; Who are my…

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Shifting Advertising Landscape Pushes Marketers to New Platforms

As marketers and advertisers, we are always trying to find new ways to satisfy consumer demands with content that is relevant, engaging and delivers our desired message. The dawn of the internet and social media has given us access to consumers in a way completely unheard of only a few decades ago. Digital and social…

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Benefits of Software Licenses

We all remember going to a store and buying a CD with a specific management software. We installed it, learned how it works (often using tiny booklets), and used it for a while. Returning to the store to purchase a new version every couple of years was a standard process. Now, software can be downloaded…

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Media Link Software – An Intern’s Perspective (Gabe)

As quickly as the marketing landscape and consumer preferences are changing, efficient and effective media buying is vital to ensure your message is heard. Keeping advertising campaigns up-to-date, organized and consistent can prove to be a challenge when you are balancing print, radio, TV and social media, especially if you don’t have intuitive media buying…

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An Intern's Perspective

I came into my internship for Media Link Software ™ a timid and inexperienced college student. I did not want to ask too many questions because I felt it would look bad. I was wrong. I was blown away by the support and experience I gained in my short time with the company. I could…

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An Intern’s Perspective

In the classic movie Good Will Hunting, Will was a kid with a genius level IQ and nothing could get by him. When discussing art on a park bench with his therapist, Michelangelo was brought up. Will would probably know everything about the artist; his artwork, political aspirations, relationship with the Pope, etc. Then his…

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