August 10

Our growing network of school districts serving digital display ads

Wexford, Pa. – EDGEclick Advertising, a division of Ellwood City-based marketing firm Thought Process Enterprises (TPE) is pleased to announce the addition of the prestigious North Allegheny School District to its digital network of school districts serving digital display ads. EDGEclick operates a network of over 35 school districts in the Pittsburgh DMA that generate.

March 5

EDGEclick Advertising is kicking off its 2nd year with strong results

ELLWOOD CITY, PA (March 2015) – EDGEClick Advertising is happy to be kicking off its second year as the only digital advertising network in the state of Pennsylvania that offers digital display advertising on the websites of public school districts. The network has now delivered revenue from advertising to over two dozen school districts and.

September 3

According To Reports, Mobile Ad Spending to Rise 83%

Marketers will spend more on mobile advertising this year than they will on newspaper and radio ads, continuing a dramatic marketplace shift, according to a new study from research firm eMarketer. Data shows spending on mobile ads will leap 83% in 2014 to nearly $18 billion. Newspapers will generate $17 billion, while radio will bring.

June 4

Suburban Philadelphia school district considers allowing ads on its website

UPPER DARBY — Last year’s budget crisis prompted Upper Darby School District officials to look into allowing advertisements on the district’s website to generate additional revenue. Representatives from Thought Process Enterprises provided the district with information at the work session of the regular board meeting in May. President Eric Venezie and Director of Web Operations.

June 2

Thought Process Enterprises inks contract with Erie City Schools

Ellwood City based Thought Process Enterprises (TPE) has contracted its 23rd school district to participate in its EDGEclick web advertising program. Erie City School District notified TPE President Eric Venezie of the districts intent to have TPE solicit, sell, and manage advertising space(s) on the school district web site. Eric City Schools is the 8th.

May 23

Advertising network opportunity gains interest in Erie County

According to an Erie County newspaper, the Erie School District might soon contract with Thought Process Enterprises and its EDGEclick network to help boost its budget. Later this month, the Erie School Board will consider whether to enter into an agreement with the EDGEclick Network, a network of public school districts in western Pennsylvania offering.

April 17

Fourth Allegheny County school district joins our advertising network

According to an Pittsburgh newspaper report, South Allegheny School District will be contracting with an Thought Process Enterprises to take advantage of Thought Process’ EDGEclick Advertising network of Pennsylvania public school districts. South Allegheny School District becomes the fourth district in Allegheny County to contract with Thought Process Enterprises.  The growing number of school districts contracting.

February 26

Marketing unhealthy foods a no-no

Even the scoreboards in high school gyms eventually will have to promote good health per a recent news release from Washington DC. According to Foxnews.com, new rules will be proposed this week by the White House and the Agriculture Department that would limit marketing of unhealthy foods in schools. They would phase out the advertising of.

February 6

Don’t Leave Money On The Table: Advertising revenue from your website is waiting!

In late January our company had the privilege of presenting our revenue sharing advertising network at a Business Administrators Luncheon for the Allegheny Intermediate Unit. We wanted to bring more awareness to the commodity that all the business managers school districts already hold: Traffic on their district website. Our network is a turnkey solution with.

January 13

Local and Regional Advertisers Create Bigger, Better Results

Recently, the Washington Post published an article that caught our attention here at EDGEclick. The Prince George County school district in Maryland used money cultivated from paid advertising on its website – $160,000 in two years – to help fund several scholarships. This charitable act serves as the sort of contribution we hope schools that.