The Future of Digital Advertising with Benton Crane of Harmon Brothers & Jason Portnoy of JPORT Media
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Benton Crane is the CEO of Harmon Brothers, the advertising agency behind some of the most viral ads in Internet history. The Harmon Brothers team has masterminded advertising campaigns for Poo~Pourri, Squatty Potty, Purple, FiberFix, ChatBooks, and many more. The agency’s advertisements have generated over 1.5 billion views and more than $400 million in revenue.
Jason Portnoy is the Founder and CEO of JPORT Media, a full-service digital marketing agency that helps businesses unlock their potential online. Jason is also the Host of Perfectly Mentored, a podcast designed to be your in-pocket mentor. He has featured renowned guests such as Gary Vaynerchuk, Daymond John, Grant Cardone, Ryan Deiss, and many other legends.In this episode…
What is the biggest mistake that high-growth ecommerce brands are making right now? According to advertising experts Benton Crane and Jason Portnoy, it’s that many brands choose only one of two types of advertising: direct response marketing or traditional branding. Not only is this binary thinking holding you back from success, but it may actually be detrimental to your business in the coming years.
With imminent changes in digital advertising and paid media as a result of iOS 14, Benton and Jason suggest that it may be time to bridge the gap between advertising that generates ROI and advertising that builds your brand. So, what exactly can you expect from the future of marketing, and how can you ensure that you stay in business when it happens?
Discover what the future of digital advertising holds in this episode of the eCommerce Profits Podcast as Joshua Chin interviews Jason Portnoy, Founder and CEO of JPORT Media, and Benton Crane, CEO of Harmon Brothers. Together, they discuss the importance of mentors when building a business, how to bridge the gap between advertising for ROI and building brand equity, and what to expect from iOS 14 and other changes to paid media. Stay tuned for more!