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The Challenges and Opportunities of a B2E (Business-to-Everyone) Era

“B2B or B2C?” Often among the first things agencies ask their prospective partners is this question of initialisms, delineating whether the company aims to reach an industry or a consumer audience. Conventionally, B2B and B2C marketing share little in terms of technique, channel, or sensibility. A categorical difference in audience extends to numerous considerations that… Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>

Three Powerlifting Disciplines for Powerful Digital Marketing

Powerlifting and digital marketing aren’t typically talked about in the same space. As someone with experience in both, I’d like to change that. Though one features squatting, benching, and deadlifting and the other branding, storytelling, and selling, the same fundamentals are required for success in either. 1. Set Realistic Goals When I was approached to… Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>

Digital Advertising: The Best Medium for a Modest Budget?

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It’s no secret that launching a brand requires significant investment, from product development and manufacturing to brand development and promotion. And while both consumer and B2B brands can benefit from a healthy media mix, digital marketing endures as one of the most cost-efficient ways to reach the audiences who are best served by your product… Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>

Go There: Data-Driven Marketing

Activity trackers have recently been making news with their data collection and aggregation capabilities—most notably, the heatmaps that fitness-tracking app Strava generated and published based on user data from around the world. While the conversation has largely been focused on tracking of military personnel and national security implications, the story has three key components that… Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>

Is “Closer Together” Farther Apart? What Facebook Changes Mean for Business

Mark Zuckerberg recently announced a Facebook update in which posts from business Pages will no longer appear in users’ primary News Feed. While paid posts will continue to appear in the News Feed, an impending drop in organic engagement with Page posts means brands need to revisit their social media strategies in anticipation of this… Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>

Look Good, Feel Good, Brand Good (Valuing a New Website)

We regularly say that a company’s website, designed and developed correctly, is more than a marketing tool; rather, it’s a brand asset that benefits all marcomm efforts and increases profitability for years to come. Typically, we develop websites as a result of or in tandem with a brand identity project (logo, tagline, positioning, etc.), though, as… Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>

Taking the Stress out of Budget Planning Season

The holiday season is staring us down. Seeing Thanksgiving tchotchkes in stores already is stressful, but what’s more stressful about this season is budget planning. If, like us, you’re responsible for marketing products and building brands, this tends to be a precarious time of year, as you’re simultaneously carrying out the remainder of your marketing… Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>

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