Many companies had to face the concerns of their clients and provide reassurance that procedures were in place to ensure their safety. Where once social media was full of promotions, it began to showcase the ways companies were keeping their employees and customers safe. One of the industries that were adversely affected was the food and beverage industry. Some small restaurants and food outlets perished immediately for they did not have enough financial cushion to allow them to adapt. Yet, some larger chains, specifically in fast-casual space, were able to cut cost and modify their operations to survive.
Marstudio has been following CDC recommendations to help keep you and our employees safe during this pandemic, all while continuing to create assets for your business. Our work hasn’t stopped, and we’ve fine-tuned an approach that’s both safe and effective.
With quarantine and so many health-related restrictions in place, it can be challenging for businesses to remain open these days. If you are a small business in need of advertising assistance, Marstudio can help.
With the help of Mission BBQ and Whitman Consulting, Marstudio was able to pull off a successful team building activity.
Today, Millennials are the target demographic for most marketers. This is because, at this point in time, Millennials have shifted to become the primary consumer base. However, their shopping trends vary vastly from Generation X or Boomers and if you’re trying to appeal to Millennial shoppers, establishing brand loyalty is the way to go.
On November 7th the Rockville Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Rockstar Awards ceremony at the Manor Country Club. We were incredibly humbled by the honor of winning Business of the Year, and now, our trophy proudly sits on our shelf for all to see.[…]
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It’s probably likely that you’ve encountered the phrase “personal branding” in a casual setting. These days, people have interpreted the phrase to be about how one presents themselves in their everyday life. For example, according to this definition, how you define your strengths and characteristics on your resume is part of your personal brand.[…]
Memes are everywhere. When something goes viral, it becomes the subject of everything from workplace conversation to actual news coverage, reaching thousands of consumers at once.
In an anthropological sense, the word “meme” (as coined by Richard Dawkins in 1976) is defined as a sharable cultural artifact which rapidly spreads through a culture.[…]