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What’s The Big Deal with Ambassadors, Thought Leaders, and Influencers?

Author Josh Roflow By Josh Roflow
Date July 28, 2022
You’ve run a successful business for years, building up a recognizable and respected brand. Your clients are complimentary, loyal, and reach out to your company without hesitation whenever they are in need. So, nothing to worry about, right? Not so fast. While you may have noteworthy brand assets and appeal,…

Multichannel vs. Omnichannel Marketing – What’s Best for Your Business

Author Stan Schulte By Stan Schulte
Date July 19, 2022
The terms “multichannel” and “omnichannel” have gained prevalence in recent years as both marketing tactics and consumer/client knowledge have expanded. While many think they are synonymous, there are key differences between the two marketing styles, especially in determining which model is best for your business.   What is Omnichannel Marketing? First,…

How to Develop Blog Ideas

Author Stan Schulte By Stan Schulte
Date June 30, 2022
Struggling to come up with blog ideas for your company’s website? Developing a steady stream of blog post ideas can seem daunting, but we’re willing to bet there are some great resources right at your fingertips. Read on for our top six tips to develop great blog ideas right now!…

4 Rules for Cause Branding with a Case Study

Author Daniel Lally By Daniel Lally
Date June 15, 2022
You don’t need a business school study to tell you that cause branding matters to your business. You can just ask your customers. Large percentages of consumers (and business customers are just consumers that have to rationalize their decisions a bit more) are heavily influenced in their purchase decisions by…

Maintaining Your Brand: Brand Style Guides 101

Author Antoine Percy By Antoine Percy
Date May 18, 2022
Why should your company have brand guidelines, including a style guide? Let’s answer that with a quick exercise. Have you ever seen a blue McDonald’s arch? How about the Target bullseye: is it ever green instead of red? Or the Starbucks logo: is the mermaid sometimes green, sometimes yellow, and…

Public Relations for Banks and Credit Unions: Needed Now More Than Ever

Author Daniel Lally By Daniel Lally
Date April 26, 2022
Financial marketing was never simple—and mobile and online banking have only increased the number and complexity of the challenges. That’s because banks and credit unions aren’t just competing against the commercial or community bank down the street, but against regional and national behemoths with the resources (and media budgets) to…

Google Analytics 4: Why You Shouldn’t Wait

Author Alex Webb By Alex Webb
Date April 9, 2022
In March, Google announced that as of July 1, 2023 Universal Analytics accounts will cease processing data. That means everyone will have to transition to GA4 (Google Analytics 4) or a Google Analytics alternative by that date. With that announcement, marketing departments the world over breathed a sigh of relief….

YouTube Content Ideas for Consumer Service Companies 

Author Alex Webb By Alex Webb
Date March 7, 2022
Brainstorming ways to spread the word about your business? If so, YouTube should definitely be on your to-do list. Unfortunately, many companies, consumer service oriented and otherwise, shy away from the platform. That hesitation usually stems from either concerns about the time and skill commitment making videos would require or…

Linear TV vs. OTT vs. Addressable TV

Author Emily Oslica By Emily Oslica
Date February 7, 2022
Congratulations! You’ve decided that the best use for your marketing dollars is to run a television commercial. Whew! Hard decision made; now you can kick back and relax, right? Not quite; you still need to decide between linear, OTT, and addressable TV. Yes, thanks to the of rise streaming services…

Engagement Rate: Google Analytics 4 Feature

Author stgregory By stgregory
Date January 29, 2022
Google Analytics 4, also known simply as “GA4,” is the latest iteration of Google Analytics. (The previous version, which was technically Google Analytics 3, is most commonly referred to as “Universal Analytics.”) GA4 is drastically different than Universal Analytics; in fact, the differences could fill a book. Today, we’re going…