The agency has been keen to move into the advertising industry for some time, and with Soda Hunt, SPG has created a new marketing path – a revolutionary platform and game-changer for businesses.
June 18, 2022 – Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB)
June 19, 2022
SPG Web + Marketing, LLC announced the launch of its new advertising network that combines gamification with traditional online advertising. The agency has been keen to move into the advertising industry for some time, and with Soda Hunt, SPG has created a new marketing path – a revolutionary platform and game-changer for businesses.
Gamification applies game elements to standard business practices by creating competition among participants to increase engagement with a product or service. Gamification is the fuel that powers the Soda Hunt platform, designed to disrupt traditional paid advertising services. Their formulation of online treasure hunting and strategic ad placement for their advertisers is nothing short of genius.
Soda Hunt offers its advertisers thousands of repeat visitors with low bounce rates and long hang times. It is the only network of its kind to offer geo-local traffic verification to its advertisers. Other benefits of the platform include Search Engine Optimization (SEO), opportunities to adjust promotions and offers as needed, marketing solutions such as email captures and customer surveys. feedback, social media exposure and sponsorship opportunities. Soda Hunt offers all of this for a small fraction of what the big advertising companies charge.
SPG has worked hard to roll out a service of this size and scale by streamlining its current operations, which has resulted in significant revenue growth. SPG management expects profits next year to be closer to targeted growth levels of 80% in advertising services and projected revenue of $1.2 million.
Based in Kansas City, Missouri, SPG Web + Marketing, LLC is one of the most well-known web development shops in town. They are expected to open their second location in Dallas, TX in 2023 after the beta version of this product ends in Kansas City.
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