In praise of PPC: Five benefits of pay-per-click advertising

Pay-per-click (PPC) is advertising that you pay for when someone clicks and are typically associated with search engines like Google, Yahoo, or Bing. PPC has been around since the ‘90s and had sometimes been discounted by modern marketers looking for the sizzle of social or other digital ads. But there are real benefits to PPC, particularly now. Here are five—and how to get started if you’re not currently doing PPC advertising for your products or company.

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Creating a careers website for a new technology and engineering division of Providence

Providence Global Center (PGC) is a newly launched technology and engineering division of Providence, the third-largest not-for-profit health system in the United States. Based in Hyderabad, India, PGC is responsible for enabling the technology that connects caregivers and patients to health care applications.

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Diving deep with OceanGate Foundation

Founded in 2010, OceanGate Foundation is driven by the wonder and challenge of deep-sea exploration. It recently shifted its focus from educating youth about our oceans to fueling underwater discoveries around the world in the areas of history and archeology and marine sciences. With marine technology catalyzing marine exploration, it has opened gateways to amazing discoveries.

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Five reasons to take another look at native advertising

Native advertising is content that looks like editorial but is actually paid for by an advertiser. It’s a newer form of digital advertising that savvy marketers are using—and you probably should be, too. According to a study from IHS on behalf of Facebook, by 2020, the majority of mobile display ads will be native and represent $53 billion in advertiser spend. Here are five reasons to take another look at native advertising.

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