Our marketing blog is updated regularly to keep you up to date on new trends and current events influencing the marketing world. We also give some pretty good advice on how to stay ahead of the game on everything from graphic design to social media.
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It's time to start planning next year's marketing plan. Here are a few trends predicted for 2018 that we think will help you strategize better.
If you have a business that utilizes Facebook, prepare for your worst nightmare: Split feeds. Learn what this means and how you can beat it!
While everybody likes to poke fun at holiday themed advertising and sales before Halloween has even passed, the reality is that the public doesn’t mind the early Holiday spirit.
TV marketing still provides an impressive return on investment for businesses. Along with the ever-rising popularity of video in marketing, creating a commercial provides a beneficial investment for your business.
Creativity can present challenges. Our Director of Video Production shares his perspective on how you can use those challenges to your advantage.
Your social media presence is only as good as your make it. Different networks require different strategies, have different audiences, and present different obstacles.
You can no longer upload a custom image or change the meta description when sharing a link on Facebook.
Video marketing is one party you don’t want to be late to. Here are six videos you should be making right now.
Twitter is one of the best places to connect with your audience.With Twitter having over 320 million users on their site, you want to get people interested in your brand by engaging with them personally.
The world of social media is constantly changing. It’s best to embrace the changes and view them as tools to help better market your business. One of the best new features is Instagram stories.
Marketing should bring in more leads, should bring in more money, should grow your business. Reporting is how we prove those things are—or aren’t—happening.
It’s the failures that don’t result in success that can trip us up. And “try, try again” isn’t always the best advice. How do we overcome those failures?