Digital advertising and traditional advertising differ significantly, but that doesn’t mean they need to be kept in their separate corners. The most impactful advertising strategies incorporate a mix of both, with cohesive messaging and visuals from one medium to the next. Instead of approaching your advertising as digital vs. traditional, think of it as an interplay between the two.
Digital and traditional advertising aren’t always the opposing forces many marketers make them out to be. Yes, there is a general sense of, “Out with the old, in with the new,” but sometimes, the two intertwine – particularly in digital outdoor advertising.
We get it. Using social media can feel like an overwhelming, full-time job. But it is advantageous to stay on top of current social trends and follow conversations. In an article published on Forbes.com, our founder, Dave McIndoe, covers the need to consolidate marketing strategies such as traditional advertising, SEO/SEM, and social media, and social is no longer just “something the kids are doing.”
Small businesses are going big on branding, and with good reason. Whether you are a retailer, landscaper, contractor, accountant, financial manager or virtually any other small to mid-size business, branding is the key to a successful marketing strategy.
Branding is one of the most perplexing yet critical marketing concepts to understand. If you ask 10 different marketers, you will likely receive 10 different answers. However, we’d be willing to bet that they would all be along the lines of a brand being much more than a business’ outward appearance.
Branding. Marketing. The two terms have become so indistinct and nebulous that it’s hard to know where to start. In this article, we’ll make meaning of the mush that other marketers might tell you, giving brief but poignant insight into branding, marketing, and the relationship between the two.
Boom! The holiday season is upon us, so before you jump into year-end planning and budgeting, holiday parties and year-end reviews, It’s a great time for a strong marketing push in November and December. After all, you want to go into the New Year with momentum, not a rusty engine.
Internal communications are especially important for community banks because of the high level of service that customers expect and the gap that can occur between corporate and branch offices. Here are three ways to keep your brand messaging and employees in perfect harmony.