What Story is Your Brand Telling?

Woody Guthrie’s song, This Land Is Your Land, plays as I watch vivid images of explorers trekking across the vast landscapes of America in a The North Face commercial. When watching this commercial, it’s obvious who The North Face’s audience is. If you guessed explorers, adventures, or travel-junkies, you are correct! Think about some of… Read More

7 Marketing Secrets They Don’t Want You To Know (Part II)

In the first installment, you learned about three marketing tactics worth testing in your market, if you’re not already. In true Zeigarnik Effect fashion, I kept you guessing until this post, where we detail the final four of our ‘Marketing Secrets They Don’t Want You to Know.’ To recap, the first three secrets are: The… Read More

7 Marketing Secrets They Don’t Want You To Know (Part I)

The father of modern management, Peter Drucker, once stated that, “Because the purpose of business is to create a customer, the business enterprise has two–and only two–basic functions: marketing and innovation. Marketing and innovation produce results; all the rest are costs. Marketing is the distinguishing, unique function of the business.” If you take what Mr…. Read More

Do You Know Your Audience?

A few months ago I wrote about the importance of taking your audience’s demographics into consideration when selecting promotional products. Whether you’re looking at where they live, how old they are or what they do in their free time, having the data to back up your ideas is essential to a successful campaign. Similarly, identifying… Read More

Using Instagram to Boost Your Brand

Instagram is more than just a fun platform to share your vacation snaps or the occasional aesthetically pleasing food picture. With now more than 700 million users, Instagram has become an essential business platform that gives you the power to build and promote your brand while also connecting with customers from all across the globe…. Read More

Seasonal Planning Can Prove Profitable

No matter what time of year it is, we all want to stay ahead of our goals by planning for upcoming events and programs. And if we are in sales or have clients that we service throughout the year, scheduling conflicts can make it difficult to position our business when we are juggling both client… Read More