OUR THOUGHTS

This is where you'll find our thought on anything and everything. Where the Bammers share our insights, our opinions, and our work. We invite you to jump in and join the conversation.
Bob Abbate
Bob Abbate
President/Creative Director

Cheers to 20 Years of BAM!

The Bammers celebrated last night. 20 years is nothing to sneeze at. In this business, it’s almost unheard of. But with a great team like the Bammers, awesome clients like the ones we’re SO lucky to have, terrific media partners, and fantastic friends and family, we are not only surviving, we are thriving! Thanks to […]

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Bob Abbate
Bob Abbate
President/Creative Director

Our Friends at NBC Connecticut Open Their Hearts to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Kudos to our friends at NBC Connecticut for partnering with Big Y World Class Markets and the American Red Cross to help raise donations for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Stop in at any Big Y between today and September 16th to make a donation. #HarveyRelief #DoGood Click here

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Bob Abbate
Bob Abbate
President/Creative Director

Google Partners Connect Event: Online Advertising Can Help Any Business Grow

Thanks to all of you who attended today’s (August 16, 2017) Google Partners Connect event on online advertising and SEM. Google’s Kristen Johanson and Alex Chen walked us through how to use some of the tools available to you on the Google Adwords platform to grow your business. Whether you were with us today and […]

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Bob Abbate
Bob Abbate
President/Creative Director

These Are the 10 Most Expensive Google Keywords

Here’s how much AdWords advertisers pay to appear on Google for popular and super valuable keywords. We all know that it’s ridiculously expensive to live in San Francisco. Why? Because it’s an amazing place to live. Well, it can also be staggeringly expensive if you want to target certain keywords using AdWords, Google’s pay-per-click (PPC) advertising platform. […]

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The BAM Team

ABC's politically charged Oscars broadcast ratings lowest in nine years

ABC drew its lowest Oscar viewership in nine years. The Oscars award ceremony pulled in an average 32.9 million total viewers, according to Nielsen data, which was down compared with last year’s 34.4 million viewers. Though the broadcast has been slipping in recent years it still managed to beat out the Golden Globes by 12.9 […]

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