The leaves have barely started to change color, but fall has just begun. This means that the holiday shopping season is only a few weeks away. While the occasional customer may moan about seeing winter decorations up in October, being prepared now, will help your business be in a place to succeed when the shopping rush begins. But, having your business ready for the season isn’t just having merchandise at the ready; it’s a larger strategy of knowing the market, trends, and the best ways to reach customers.Read More
When your business begins a marketing campaign the long term goal is to convert members of your audience into customers. The challenge is that different audiences turn to different types of mediums to consume their media. By using a multimedia approach for your advertising, not only do you capture more than one demographic group, you also reinforce your message each time they see it.Read More
Creating opportunities for your business requires a thorough marketing strategy. You need to be consistently building and reinforcing your brand and products to maximize your audience. Your marketing campaign needs to be connected and share one strong message; and it also needs to be accessible over different types of media. Creating a multimedia advertising strategy is your best way of reaching a larger audience and building your brand recognition.Read More
If you have a smartphone, it’s more than likely you have a few favorite apps that you use during the course of the day. Like music, newspapers, or television, smartphones offer users an escape during their day. Phone apps also provide advertisers with the opportunity to capture the attention of consumers as they focus on their screens. They allow your marketing content to be presented clearly and encourages the consumer to engage with your brand.Read More
Creating a website for your business is an integral part of owning and managing a company in the 21st century. It wasn’t that long ago that a website for your business was considered to be a luxury or something that would be, “nice to have.” Now, customers can do a web search for local businesses while they are walking down the street. A web page isn’t a complementary component anymore, it’s a necessity.Read More
For many years, advertising in newspapers, on TV, and the radio were the standard ways for businesses to promote their brand. As the internet became more popular and available, advertisers began to have more options about where and how they could share their message. The opportunity to place ads across the internet on popular and niche websites give businesses more of an opportunity to engage with consumers. Now, as more people turn to mobile and tablet devices as their source for news and entertainment, businesses need to focus on mobile advertising.Read More
Do you ever get the feeling that no one is paying attention to you? I don’t mean in the way one would ask themselves if they are having an existential crisis. Literally, when you go out into the world, how many people are actually paying attention to you?
Next time you hop on a train, sit in a restaurant or even walk around your community, look around and count. Sure, there may be a few people making eye contact, but most likely they’ll be concentrating on their smartphone.Read More