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What You Can Learn About PPC From Hollywood’s Big Budget Movie Campaigns

Hollywood is notorious for wildly inflated production and marketing budgets. In 1980, the average cost for marketing a Hollywood flick was around $4 million (which translates to about $12 million today). By 2007, the average marketing budget for studio films had reached $36 million, which doesn’t even account for Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters spending over $100 […]
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