Once upon a time a potential client came to us for help with a television advertising campaign. When he finished explaining his vision for said campaign, we paused to pull up his website for a quick review. It wasn’t .
A wise man once said that the clothes you wear can’t disguise the soul within. The same goes for your brand. Are you presenting your brand in the proper attire? Or are you dropping it off at the prom sporting
When someone mentions Yelp, do you automatically think of restaurant ratings? What about hair salons? Or your local doctor’s office? More and more, Yelp is branching off from its well-known restaurant ratings and making inroads with Yelpers to rate entertainment
Marketers always talk about the “target audience,” and for good reason. A target audience represents people who buy, or perhaps more accurately, who you want to buy, your product or service. They can be defined by demographic metrics: age, gender, income,
We all get them. And we all immediately trash most of them. But there are a select few that I decide to spend time with. I’m talking about newsletter-type mass emails, of course. Such is the game of email marketing. So
Grammar isn’t one of those things you usually notice until it starts going wrong. With people texting exponentially more than they did a decade ago and e-mail becoming a nearly ubiquitous primary source of communication in place of phone calls
Position statements, slogans and taglines, oh my! Well, there she goes: The Wicked Witch of the West, brooming about the sky, spewing smoke and cackling away as she spells out her evil message to the Emerald City, a trembling Dorothy and
Every brand strives to achieve such recognition of their name and tagline that consumers immediately know the product. This is a good thing. It strengthens the brand in the marketplace, creates top of mind awareness, and can drive brand preference. But