White Shark Media Advertising in the New Age

White Shark Media® founded in 2011 represents the new age, social media and Internet dominated advertising agency. Their targeted audience is businesses in Latin America and in the United States of America that want to increase their customer base and add to their bottom line. Being located in Miami, White Shark Media is able to work effectively with both cultures,
It is not your father’s advertising agency, but the job being done by this new form of advertising agency is more responsive in connecting customers with specific needs to businesses that can deliver those needs to the customer.
The Internet has changed everything especially advertising, which went from a print, television and radio dominated media to the SEO, SEM, PPC oriented form of advertising in the electronic world of today. If you have trouble understanding the acronyms (most normal people do) and need help, you only have to examine the White Shark Media’s website. The website is an informative, educational site with a dictionary of terms. The CEO, Gary Garth, understands that businesses are usually owned and run by middle-aged intelligent individuals, who are not as social-media savvy as their children. But here on the website help is available and the WSM website can help anyone, above the age of 30, to understand how SEO works. They even offer a free 189 page book, an eBook for the education of their customers.
If you still have trouble fathoming this new type of advertising let’s go back a decade or more, when people relied on the business section (Yellow Pages) of their phone directories. Back then businesses would buy as large an add as they could afford to promote their business. Big was best. A half page ad was better than a quarter page ad. A business could exist solely by relying on a Yellow Page ad. Now many people are doing without their land lines in favor of the constant communication companion, the cell phone. Times do change. Now WSM offers an electronic path to success and it is the correct short-cut path to success. In the old days to find a business for a person’s need, you only had to look into the yellow pages and make a few calls after reading the scant copy on the Yellow Page ad. Now you type a product name or service and you are on your way to being connected. Type what you want into the URL on your computer and you find what you want, and it often is connected to an all-encompassing web page with pictures or videos of the product or service requested.