'Ad tax' plan under consideration is unconstitutional

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Fox News and CNN have something in common: they both rely on advertising to promote their journalistic messages and to help generate the revenue needed to carry out their missions. Historically, the expensing associated with such advertising has not been subject to taxation. This makes sense for several reasons, including the reality that advertising constitutes commercial speech protected by the First Amendment.

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Colling Media Lands Five New Advertising Clients in March and April

Article | April 15, 2020

Colling Media, a top-ranked national digital advertising and marketing agency, continues its recent, impressive growth by adding five new businesses to its prestigious roster of clients. ScriptSave WellRx an innovative prescription medication discount program that closes the gaps in prescription benefit coverage. Diamond Kitchen & Bath the leading retailer of kitchen and bathroom cabinetry and countertops in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Radix Law a business law firm based in Scottsdale. Soul Surgery a renowned integrative medicine addiction and rehab center in Scottsdale, featuring a holistic approach to drug and alcohol treatment. Premier Criminal Defense based in San Diego and serving all of Southern California, the firm offers skilled counsel to help clients accused of Misdemeanors, Felony and Federal Offenses.

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4 Secrets to Revolutionize Your Facebook Advertising Campaign’s ROI in 2020

Article | April 15, 2020

Digital marketing is growing at an exponential rate. In fact, if you have a business and you’re not utilizing digital marketing by now, it’s essential that you get on board. One of digital marketing’s best tools is the good old social media ad. Yep, 2020 is seeing a resurgence of Facebook Ads and you’re going to want to jump on this train before it leaves the station with your target market on it. You may be rolling your eyes, thinking about the trouble or lack of success that you’ve had with Facebook Advertising in the past. Don’t worry. We’re here to show you the ropes and help you put forth the absolute best Facebook Ads that will bring you tons of traffic and increase your conversions

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3 Facebook Ad Ideas to Get Your Content Seen by Your ‘Perfect’ Audience

Article | April 15, 2020

You have countless ways to promote your content online, but one of the most effective is Facebook ads. With over 1.8 billion daily active users, you can almost guarantee your audience is there. You just need to learn how to get your content in front of them. Given a Facebook post’s organic reach is in the single digits, your time is best spent making the advertising side work for your content. In this guide, I detail three of my most effective ways to promote content using Facebook advertising (without ever touching that boost button.) 1. Create a “content bucket” campaign to reach new fans Many content creators are focused on more. They want more fans, more readers/listeners/viewers. With that in mind, focus first on growing your audience by reaching people who are unfamiliar with your brand or your brand’s content – but who would be interested in your topic. My “content bucket” campaign idea works so you don’t have to spend too much time creating big Facebook campaigns for every piece of content you publish. The concept is simple: You create one campaign. Every time you publish a new piece of content, add it to that campaign. Let me walk through how to set this up: Head into your Facebook ads manager and click on “create new campaign.” Pick an objective based on the content. If it’s a Facebook video, pick video views. If it’s a blog, podcast, YouTube video, or other non-Facebook content, select traffic.

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ON Advertising acquires Evans Communications

Article | April 15, 2020

ON Advertising, a prominent Phoenix-based full-service advertising firm, has acquired Evans Communications, a leading Valley public relations, marketing and event planning firm. Evans Communications will be merged into the ON Advertising structure, and its principal Tom Evans will join the ON Advertising team as Partner-Public Relations and Event Strategies. Evans’ three other employees will join the ON Advertising team as well. The dollar value of the transaction is to be determined based upon revenues over the next few years. The move significantly expands ON’s public relations and event planning capabilities while providing Evans Communications’ clients with ON’s full spectrum of advertising, creative, digital, social media and marketing services. Evans Communications’ clients include some of the Valley’s most prominent organizations, including Plaza Companies, Valley of the Sun United Way, SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, The Phoenix Symphony and many more.

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