How Well Do You Really Know Your Audience?

Posted by Joshua Weir on Jul 7, 2020 9:30:00 AM

 

We all like to think we know our customers. That we have them completely figured out, that surely they think like us, and that we are as familiar with them as we are our own GamGam.

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Topics: Brand Evangelism, Marketing Methodology, Digital Strategy, Tips From the Pros

The Best Branding Trends of 2020 to Get Pumped About

Posted by Alexa Audet on Feb 4, 2020 9:00:00 AM

As we continue forecasting what marketing trends we think will be a major hit for 2020, today, we turn our sights on branding. Easily one of the most exciting facets of the marketing world, branding just gets better and better as companies have to try harder to compete to gain the attention of overloaded customers. Today we are taking a look at the best trends of 2020 when it comes to branding, and why we're so excited about them.

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Topics: Branding, Brand Growth, Brand Evangelism, Digital Strategy, Messaging, Design Forward Thinking

Social Media Influencers: Finding and tracking the Right Influence

Posted by Alli Sisson on Jan 7, 2020 11:30:00 AM

While it’s still unsure how Instagram’s latest like policy will change the face of influencer marketing, we think it’s safe the say that the marketing niche certainly won’t be going anywhere. So much so, that by 2020, influencer marketing is projected to be a $10 billion industry. That’s billion. With a “B.” With so much focus (and budget) on influencer marketing, you’d assume that most marketers can track what the ROI of their influencers are. But you know what they say about assumptions.

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Topics: Marketing Strategy, Web Analytics and Tracking, Social Influencers, Influencer, Brand Evangelism, IoT

What’s in a Like? The Good and Bad of Instagram’s New Policy

Posted by Alli Sisson on Dec 31, 2019 11:30:00 AM

Let's be real for a second—2019 has been wild. Kanye started a church. Starbucks made it into Game of Thrones. The nerds nearly stormed Area 51. Fully grown adults bought and wore fanny packs. And Instagram announced it would be making "Likes" invisible on its platform.

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Topics: Social Media Management, Social Influencers, Brand Evangelism, Marketing Methodology

The Hunt for Influence: 6 Reasons you need Influencer Marketing

Posted by Alli Sisson on Dec 24, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Over the last few years, we've watched influencer marketing explode like a mac truck in a Van Damme movie. The past year was the biggest yet, indicating nothing but a continual climb for the marketing channel in the future. But as big as influencer marketing has become, many small businesses are still unfamiliar with how it works, as well as if it's right for their brand. That's why today we're explaining exactly what influencer marketing is, and why no matter who you are, it needs to be part of your marketing in 2020. Let's dive right in.

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Topics: Social Media Management, Influencer, Brand Evangelism, Marketing Methodology, Strategic Growth, Messaging

The Why, How and What of Minimalist Design

Posted by Katie Pierce on Nov 12, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Quite often, the objects we encounter every day are laden with history and reason, and we are unaware of it. It's understandable. For starters, we're busy guys and girls. Not to mention, we can't possibly be walking, talking experts on the reason, historical context, and functionality behind everything we touch in our world. To quote an icon, "...ain't nobody got time for that." 

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Topics: Branding, Brand Evangelism, Design Forward Thinking

The Top Ten LinkedIn INFLUENCErs Worth Following Right Now

Posted by Alli Sisson on Aug 20, 2019 9:00:00 AM

There are a few places to go when you’re needing inspiration in the workplace. Some of us scroll through Instagram, some peruse Pinterest, and some head on over to their bookmarks to skim through their favorite blogs. But would you believe us if we told you that LinkedIn was actually one of the better places to gain inspiration from thought leaders in your industry?

Despite what you may think, LinkedIn is no longer just a place for corporate players to share thinly veiled sales pitches, show off their use of the word “leverage,” or repost the occasional, “You can do it, dreamer,” poster. If you’re following the right people, LinkedIn becomes a place where you keep a finger on the pulse of your industry, find your fire, and get inspired. That’s why today we’re talking about our The Top Ten LinkedIn Influencers Worth Following Right Now.

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Topics: Social Influencers, Brand Growth, Brand Evangelism

How to Recycle the Heck out of Your White Paper

Posted by Alli Sisson on Jul 2, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Fact: writing a white paper is no joke. It’s certainly one of the bigger sorts of projects a marketing team will work on and will require some serious leg work. White paper’s require hours of research, a healthy dose of timely and reliable sources, a research position and tone of voice, a dang good subject. It typically will be anywhere from 3000-5,000 well thought out words and an all-hands on deck approach from more than one of your marketing team members

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Topics: Marketing Strategy, Brand Growth, Brand Evangelism, Target Marketing, Digital Strategy

The Easiest Social Media Trend of 2019 to Capitalize on Quick

Posted by Alli Sisson on Jun 11, 2019 8:00:00 AM

 


In the past year, there have been so many changes in social media, it's beginning to feel like a reawakening. After the birth of social, human beings rode the newness of the media like a wave. We stretched that sucker out as far as it would go, riding it all the way into the shoreline. But then we were left standing on the sand, staring at the horizon. Was anything new coming our way? What was once an exciting new medium quickly began to feel stale. We needed a change. 

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Topics: Social Media Management, Social Influencers, Influencer, Brand Evangelism, Marketing Methodology

How CONTROVERSIAL MARKETING CAMPAIGNS impact your audience

Posted by Joshua Weir on Jun 4, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Over the past few years, there is a new infatuation that has been sweeping over our nation. For better or worse, it's been washing over our televisions, newspapers, social media feeds, and now, our marketing campaigns. From the white house to the Kardashians and their diet shakes, we've become obsessed with controversy. And as a business, it's something to be aware of. If a marketer's job is to keep her finger on the pulse of the nation, and that pulse is racing, what does that mean for her work? Does she stoke the flames of this new infatuation? What does she risk if she does? Better yet, what does she risk if she doesn't? Today we're taking a look at some real-life examples of controversial marketing campaigns and the repercussions for the companies who created them. 

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Topics: Marketing Strategy, Social Influencers, Branded Content, Influencer, Brand Evangelism, Marketing Methodology, Target Marketing

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