Category Archives: Marketing

Why You Need Multichannel Marketing More Than Ever

I know what you’re doing right now. If you’re reading this on a smart device, you’re either in the car or somewhere that has another media channel turned on. Radio, television, laptop, maybe your buddy’s phone. So while you’re scrolling down this content, there are other media impressions close by, bombarding every fiber of your [...]
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The Marketing Agency of 2020: A New Paradigm Is Around the Corner

As the next decade approaches, the relationship between marketing agencies and their clients is evolving. On the surface, the goals of marketing agencies and their clients are the same: to attract more leads, customers and sales for the client. But when you look past shared good intentions and see how the traditional agency-client relationship operates, [...]
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The Retail Online Shopping Experience Differs for Generation Z: Are You Ready?

There’s probably nothing more generic than the phrase, “Let’s go shopping”! Over the years, how people go shopping has changed just as much as where they go shopping because with online purchasing, the how, where, when and why of shopping shifts – in an instant. Consumers demand choices, more than ever before. With Generation Z [...]
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What Is Neuromarketing and Is It Better Than Traditional Marketing?

Neuromarketing has been around for a few years now, and regardless of whether you’re familiar with the term, you’ve probably read or heard about some of the insights marketers have learned from it. But what is neuromarketing really, and how much do you need to know about it? Is it replacing traditional marketing research, as [...]
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Email Marketing Is Far from Dead: Here’s Why

Many marketers are quick to tout the power of social media. Twitter, Facebook and Instagram provide quick and easy avenues for engaging our customers. When it comes to building a brand, there are few better outlets than social media. Facebook has roughly 1.7 billion users, according to Statista, and it’s hard to compete with that [...]
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Gatorade’s Example: Can a Company Be Health-Conscious and Sales-Focused at the Same Time?

Marketing is a tricky game: Businesses must convince consumers to buy their product, even when both the consumer and the business are aware of certain product drawbacks. No product can be everything to all people, though. For instance, proper running shoes won’t look like Converse Chuck Taylors. What makes running shoes fly off the shelf [...]
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7 Elements to Look for in an Evolving Marketing Agency – and How to Avoid Being Left Behind

Marketing practices have dramatically evolved over the years, and it looks like changes within this industry are not slowing down any time soon. The boom of the internet has rapidly altered the way we target niche audiences, which means that expectations for marketing agencies have shifted. Clients are expecting a much more symbiotic relationship in [...]
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The Cost of Doing Business Versus The Cost of Marketing

BLOG POST PREFACE: I didn’t set out to write a blog, initially I wanted to just collect a few of my thoughts on the subject as I was talking to my team about the challenge we have helping our clients track their marketing ROI accurately. It turned into the blog post you see below when [...]
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How to Market During the Holidays: 2015 Edition

If your company is going about its marketing efforts this holiday season in the same manner as it does the rest of the year, you’re doing it wrong. Not only are shoppers in a frenzy searching for presents for loved ones, but there are several days during the season that are designed to encourage consumers [...]
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