Sherpa Marketing UK

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Sherpa is a specialist B2B technology marketing agency offering no-nonsense marketing solutions to clients who are looking to grow their revenue and ROI, accelerate sales and engage customers. We cover the full marketing mix, from data management, strategic planning, and ABM to content marketing, SEO and paid traffic. We are specialist purveyors of intelligent, end-to-end marketing that creates demand and makes tech tick. We have over 20 years’ experience in creating and managing full end-to-end marketing campaigns for the leading tech companies around the globe; whether this be direct or through channel partners. We stay where we are awesome - in the tech world.

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NETFLIX CEO REITERATES ZERO INTEREST IN ADVERTISING BUSINESS THERE IS NOT EASY MONEY THERE

variety | January 21, 2020

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Netflix continues to say it has no strategic interest at all in launching a version of its streaming service that includes ads and would rather avoid the privacy pitfalls of collecting consumer data. Chairman and CEO Reed Hastings on Tuesday again shot down the notion of an ad-supported Netflix service, after he was asked on the company’s fourth quarter 2019 earnings interview about advertising by moderator Guggenheim Securities’ Michael Morris. “Google and Facebook and Amazon ...

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FACEBOOK TO REMOVE ITS RESTRICTIONS ON ADS WHICH INCLUDE MORE THAN 20% TEXT IN THE MAIN IMAGE

Facebook | September 24, 2020

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The long-standing rule had been shifted to less stringent over the years, with this week marking their complete abandonment of the 20% text rule. Media buyers in Facebook’s platform began to notice recently a big change: their images were no longer being disapproved for a lot of text. When the Change Was Noticed. It’s been confirmed via a few sources the long-standing rule for Facebook Ad images being no more than 20% text has been sunset. Buyers started receiving direct communicatio...

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GOOGLE’S OSCARS AD SHOWS HOW IT CAN HELP YOU FIND YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE LOCATIONS

adweek | February 10, 2020

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For this year’s Oscars broadcast, Google created an ad that features one of its relatively little-known mapping features: the ability to pinpoint where famous movie locations can be found in the real world. Should Amazon's Ad Business Worry Facebook and Google?That’s a pretty fun aspect of Google Maps—unless you’re a resident of the Bronx, which has already suffered more than its share of Joker fans coming into the borough to dance on the stairs made famous by Joaquin...

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GOOGLE ADS ALLOWS STOCK PHOTOS FOR IMAGE EXTENSIONS

Google Ads | December 16, 2021

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Google Ads is relaxing its policy on the use of stock photos in image extensions, meaning you’re no longer required to source your own visuals. This update is part of a series of changes to image extensions, which also includes the ability to display them in desktop ads. Here’s an overview of all the updates to image extensions and how they can help your business. Google is making it easier to utilize image extensions by offering a searchable library of stock photos that are free to ...

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NETFLIX CEO REITERATES ZERO INTEREST IN ADVERTISING BUSINESS THERE IS NOT EASY MONEY THERE

variety | January 21, 2020

Netflix continues to say it has no strategic interest at all in launching a version of its streaming service that includes ads and would rather avoid the privacy pitfalls of collecting consumer data. Chairman and CEO Reed Hastings on Tuesday again shot down the notion of an ad-supported Netflix service, after he was asked on the company’s fourth quarter 2019 earnings interview about advertising by moderator Guggenheim Securities’ Michael Morris. “Google and Facebook and Amazon ...

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FACEBOOK TO REMOVE ITS RESTRICTIONS ON ADS WHICH INCLUDE MORE THAN 20% TEXT IN THE MAIN IMAGE

Facebook | September 24, 2020

The long-standing rule had been shifted to less stringent over the years, with this week marking their complete abandonment of the 20% text rule. Media buyers in Facebook’s platform began to notice recently a big change: their images were no longer being disapproved for a lot of text. When the Change Was Noticed. It’s been confirmed via a few sources the long-standing rule for Facebook Ad images being no more than 20% text has been sunset. Buyers started receiving direct communicatio...

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GOOGLE’S OSCARS AD SHOWS HOW IT CAN HELP YOU FIND YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE LOCATIONS

adweek | February 10, 2020

For this year’s Oscars broadcast, Google created an ad that features one of its relatively little-known mapping features: the ability to pinpoint where famous movie locations can be found in the real world. Should Amazon's Ad Business Worry Facebook and Google?That’s a pretty fun aspect of Google Maps—unless you’re a resident of the Bronx, which has already suffered more than its share of Joker fans coming into the borough to dance on the stairs made famous by Joaquin...

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BRAND MARKETING

GOOGLE ADS ALLOWS STOCK PHOTOS FOR IMAGE EXTENSIONS

Google Ads | December 16, 2021

Google Ads is relaxing its policy on the use of stock photos in image extensions, meaning you’re no longer required to source your own visuals. This update is part of a series of changes to image extensions, which also includes the ability to display them in desktop ads. Here’s an overview of all the updates to image extensions and how they can help your business. Google is making it easier to utilize image extensions by offering a searchable library of stock photos that are free to ...

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