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All companies want a platform that can reach as many people to promote products and advertise to because that’s what generates huge yearly profit.

Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and live streaming platforms are all FREE for the user. There are millions of users daily. Facebook has over 1.5 Billion user accounts. The key is being in front of those users every single minute of the day. It’s all about Advertising and keeping those users coming back for more!

So, lets look at this in detail for a minute. We all know that in the world of Advertising, there are several different strategies and options available when targeting a certain demographic market. There is Print, Billboard, Online Advertising, Radio Advertising, Television and multimedia Advertising, just to name a few.

Over the years, the costs for advertising have become increasingly expensive. Some would even say mind-blowing to the average person.

Facebook, Snapchat and Periscope have tried to corner the market through online marketing and they have been very successful. So successful, that they all try to buy anyone out that encroaches on their territory and has a chance of stealing even small amounts of their market share.

Facebook tried to buy out Snapchat for $3 BILLION recently and Snapchat said “NO”! The link is below.

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Snapchat CEO Reveals Why He Rejected Facebook's $3 Billion Offer

Snapchat shocked much of the tech community late last year when a report in the Wall Street Journal revealed that it had turned down a $3 billion cash acquisition offer from Facebook. Now, Snapchat's CEO has offered an explanation for why he hasn't sold the company yet.

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To fully comprehend the potential of BONK LIVE, we need to understand what advertisers pay.

So what do advertisers spend?

Some advertising agencies that we work with have let us know that some of their fortune 500 company clients have diversified advertising budgets that are spread into different regions across multiple countries and number into the Billions of dollars. That’s right, they spend over a billion dollars annually on advertising. Lets look at the current rates and what they are paying at the moment.

Billboards:

$50,000

The cost of one full-color ad on the front page of The New York Times. To appear on the Times' front page, though, marketers must commit to a certain frequency, such as front-page ads every Tuesday for six months; the total cost of running frequent page-one ads would likely top $1 million.

$1.55 million

The average cost for 30 seconds of commercial time in prime time broadcast TV last year. That's up from $110,00 in 2013.

$400,000

The average outlay for a commercial during the fifth season of AMC's "The Walking Dead," making it the costliest scripted series on TV. The Oct. 12, 2014, season premiere drew 17.3 million viewers; the March 29 season finale, 15.8 million..

$750,000

The amount Snapchat demands per "Brand Story" ad, a branded post (or "snap") that appears within the app's "Stories" feed. Snapchat doesn't disclose their current member/user numbers.

There are thousands of advertising agencies that deal marketing budgets around the world but we only need a small piece of the top 200 and they are already approaching us.

Here are some stats for you:

  • For the 200 Leading National Advertisers, total U.S. ad spending –measured media plus unmeasured spending -- rose 3.6% in 2015 to a record $142.5 billion.
  • The 200 LNA boosted estimated unmeasured spending in 2015 by a robust 9.1%, powered by digital. Unmeasured spending includes internet and mobile media (search marketing, internet display, social media, online video and other digital media), promotion, experiential marketing and direct marketing.
  • The top 200 reduced measured-media spending by 2.3% in 2015, with cuts in every major medium except cable TV networks and radio, according to Ad Age Datacenter's analysis of data from WPP's Kantar Media.
  • Unmeasured spending continues to take a bigger slice of budgets, capturing 54.7% of 200 LNA ad and promotion spending last year. That's up from 52% in 2014. Measured media accounts for the rest.
  • The 200 LNA are a big deal for traditional media. The top 200 accounted for 52.6% of all 2015 measured-media spending, 65.2% of cable TV network advertising and 80.7% of broadcast network TV advertising.

Reference/Source: http://www.kantarmedia.com/us/newsroom/km-inthenews/200-leading-national-advertisers

Big Numbers from Big Companies, right? Well what about the smaller companies that cant afford the big budgets? BONK LIVE has the solution for every business.

Our packages can range from $25 an ad to $3000 an ad while holding more interest through live streaming and preplanned events than anyone has ever imagined.

You have a chance to be a part of the next Billion Dollar company. The question isn’t can you afford it? The question is can you afford not to invest!

Gary Vaynerchuk is a motivational speaker and entrepreneur. He had a chance to invest in UBER when it started. He actually passed on it twice! See the video below:

This is the golden age for entrepreneurs. These opportunities only come up every so often and have a potential to change lives in the same way that Facebook has. Knowing about the opportunities is a stroke of luck in itself, let alone being able to be a part of their success and make tremendous amounts of money.

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It is documented that in 2007, Mark Zuckerberg invited 7 people back to Harvard University dorm room to discuss a new business opportunity.

Only 3 people turned up. They were Dustin Moskovitz, Edwardo Saverin and Chris Huges.

Dustin Moskovitz is now worth $10.8 Billion, Edwardo Saverin is worth $7.8 Billion and Chris Huges is worth $650 Million.

The other 4 missed out, but we’re sure they wished they turned up and got involved.

The ball is in your court.

But if you’re still not convinced that almost everyone will move towards Digital marketing and advertising, here are some recent comments from C.E.O’s and Advertising heads from people in the know.

  • • Cosmetics marketer Estée Lauder Cos. is shifting its media mix, spending less on TV and more on digital. "Our magazine print advertising is more or less stabilizing, but our TV advertising is decreasing, and [spending] is increasing of equivalent or more [for] the digital, social media advertising," President-CEO Fabrizio Freda said on a May earnings call.
  • • At Kimberly-Clark Corp., marketer of such brands as Kotex and Cottonelle, digital's share of marketing spending varies by category and brand. Chairman-CEO Thomas Falk said at a June investor conference: "If you think about where the incremental dollars [are] more likely to be spent, it's probably moving in [digital] because there's a lot more measurable ROI on that. And some of our brands, our fem-care business in some markets, we're 100% digital because the 18-year-to-24-year-old girls are not watching TV commercials anymore. They're on their devices. And so, if you want to reach them, you've got to do it through some kind of a digital connection."
  • • Retailer CVS Health Corp., for example, is looking for more ways to target the roughly 70 million members of its ExtraCare loyalty rewards program. "The idea here is to take essentially promotional dollars out of mass circulation and mass circulars and invest them back into a personalization to get our best customers to shop more completely at the store," Exec VP-Chief Financial Officer David Denton said this month at an investor meeting. "And then enhance that from a digital perspective, really taking that program and putting on a digital application."
  • • Dick's Sporting Goods also has boosted its target marketing, according to Ed Stack, the retailer's chairman and CEO. "We engage [customers] with an increasingly personalized message through highly targeted direct-to-consumer channels, direct mail, email and our mobile app," Mr. Stack said at a March investor conference. "We've done this in a very targeted way, and have significantly reduced our newspaper advertising as a percent of our spend and meaningfully increased our digital marketing through mobile expertise, paid search and personalized in-home communications."
  • • Home Depot this year will spend more on digital marketing than on "traditional, old-school marketing," Kevin Hofmann, CMO and president-online, said at a March investor meeting. Home Depot Exec VP Ted Decker, speaking on a May earnings call, said: "As we have made strategic moves away from print and mass marketing to more targeted digital marketing, we have seen great results. Since 2010, our return on advertising spend has nearly doubled."
  • • "The age where agencies liked to be TV-led is dead," Clorox Co. CEO Benno Dorer said at a June investor conference. "We will, going forward, work with agencies that are agnostic to TV and that are going to be led by digital, and they're going to help us take our brands to new heights in a world where digital and social rules. "The consumer packaged-goods marketer put 41% of its working media budget into digital in the fiscal year ending June 2016, up from 34% last year and 22% three years ago, Mr. Dorer said at another investor conference earlier this year. He expects the percentage to grow in its new fiscal year. "We're not doing this because it's cool, but we're doing it because it improves ROI," Mr. Dorer said. "We are following the money."

Fastest-Growing Ad Spenders

Highest U.S. ad-spending growth rates in 2015 among 200 Leading National Advertisers. DraftKings and FanDuel, its rival in online daily fantasy sports, were the fastest-growing major advertisers in 2015. Both are making their debut in the 200 Leading National Advertisers ranking.

Top 10 Spenders

Biggest U.S. advertisers in 2015. Amazon and Samsung moved into the top 10.

We now know where the advertising dollar is headed. We now have a platform and product that is better than anything in the industry! Bonk Live will be a behemoth in terms of reach, technology and content.

Marketers continue to tout the benefits of digital as a better way to target consumers, reach younger prospects and increase return on investment for market spending.

Forty-one marketers spent more than $1 billion on U.S. advertising in 2015, according to Ad Age Datacenter's analysis! That figure will double within 2 years increasing the value potential of Bonk Live Streaming. If you only invest in one business opportunity this year, it should be this one.

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