For some, free trials are a necessity, letting customers try out a product before deciding whether or not to invest full-time. For businesses, these trial offers can be a worthwhile investment and advertising opportunity. However, in order for these deals to be effective for your company in the long run,[…]
It’s the dawn of a new year – a time for reflection on your growth, confidence in your goals, and security in the person you’re becoming.
But what about your website? Will it be secure this year, too?[…]
In some industries the last two months of the year are written off as an unproductive time. But experienced marketing directors and CMOs know that this is the wrong approach when it comes to marketing. Not only can the end of the year be incredibly productive,[…]
Demographics are an essential piece of marketing, and with longer lifespans, we have a lot more generational demographics living simultaneously. This makes reaching your target demographic a lot more important and at the same time, a lot more difficult. Being confident you are using the right channels,[…]
YouTube, Instagram video, Facebook live, Snapchat, Periscope, musical.ly. What do all of these things have in common? Any company or brand that wants to have a web presence must be on at least one of these platforms. Why? Because Content is king,[…]
Imagine an Olympic archer lining up to shoot, bow and arrow ready with no bull’s-eye in sight. No way of measuring success, accuracy, or skill. That would take away a lot of the excitement from the sport. Archery without a bull’s-eye as the goal is similar to marketing without a target market.[…]
The other day I saw a post on Facebook that threw me. A company was searching for a designer to “quickly whip up a few logos.” No.
Time and thoughtfulness go into creating a brand identity – the logo and everything else that tells a company’s story.[…]
Our client, Kicks Karate, is a martial arts academy with several locations in Maryland. As the company passed the 20-year mark, the owner looked for a way to rejuvenate his business. He was under the impression that parents were primarily interested in the fun aspect of martial arts for their kids.[…]