This is the Efficiency Issue of Digger, so I’m joining the party to talk about efficiency in marketing. By that I mean ways you can do more with less: less time, less money, fewer resources and so on. You may be expending too much time, effort or money. Here are a few simple suggestions for […]
At Pivot, the marketing agency where I work, I have the enviable (at least I think so) position of being on a creative team tasked with dreaming up creative campaigns for our clients. We’re the group that sits around bringing every resource to bear — clever plays on words, less clever puns, cultural references, eye-catching […]
Have you ever noticed how most Internet companies advertise their services? One company has super-fast speeds, one has ultra-fast speeds, one has blazing-fast speeds, and another has lighting-fast speeds. What’s the difference between super-, ultra-, blazing-, and lighting-fast speeds? Your guess is as good as mine. These companies are making a mistake many advertisers make […]
There are so many digital tools you can use to reach potential customers these days: digital ads on Google or Facebook, social media pages and advertising, videos, remarketing, blogs, websites, and more! In this new and evolving landscape, it’s easy to forget about one of the first digital marketing tools many of us used: email. […]
Content marketing may not be a phrase you’ve heard — or maybe you’ve heard it and wondered, “What does that mean?” Wonder no more! Content marketing, simply put, is a way of marketing your own products and services not by directly promoting them, but by offering your knowledge and expertise to the public and letting […]
Doing something unexpected is just one reason why the Farwest Fanatics marketing campaign has been so successful.
Motion pictures are a great way to tell your brand story, and technology makes them easy to make.
Advertisers should resist the urge to cram an overabundance of information in their messages.
Creating a mobile marketing plan is one of the smartest steps retailers can take to ensure their future business success.
It’s a good time to think about saying thank you to the people who make your business work — your customers!