Last week I posted about how to work towards getting a better quality score in Google Adwords, and since then I've been experimenting even more. Here are some more tips in addition to what I've previously written about.
Lately I've been spending some time making a lot of pretty awesome updates to MaiOtaku (mispelled as MyOtaku). The greatest thing about targeting an anime demographic is that so many people are online all the time.
I'm sure everyone is looking for information on this, so I'll give you some insight into all the things I've discovered while advertising for Anime Midwest in Chicago. These tips are ones that I've discovered after a ton of research, not the usual stuff.
The city of Troy, Michigan was facing a budget shortfall, and was considering closing the Troy Public Library for lack of funds. Even though the necessary revenues could be raised through a miniscule tax increase, powerful anti-tax groups in the area were organized against it.
Education is an issue that I couldn't feel more strongly about, and every time I read either a positive or negative education story, it causes a surge in my veins. There is absolutely nothing more important than the education of our youngest generation, and yet our schools are rife with apathy, repetition, and destructive thinking.
I returned today from yet another weekend filled with adventure, this time again at Anime Central. Considering it was my third year attending, the convention felt rather natural for us, as we attended to promote Anime Midwest.
I'm excited to share that the cons now have a really cool new portable PA system to use at mini-events. This will likely be used for panel rooms, not the mainstage sound, at the conventions themselves.
I'm really excited that we have at least two power rangers coming to Meta Con. We may be able to announce more later this week, if everything continues going well. It's pretty awesome, because they're also from a couple of the most popular seasons (though not necessarily the most loved seasons).
I'm excited to have just recently published a new website for convention organizers to help more easily manage their conventions.
As part of our UpcomingCons.com convention management system, we are launching Cons.
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