• STRATEGY
    Evaluate Your Brand On These 3 Pillars
    What does it mean to be authentic? What does it mean to be truthful? What does it mean to be trustworthy?
  • HEALTH
    How Peer-to-Peer Marketing Is Valuable As Healthcare Marketing Gets Complex
    The rise of social media over the last decade has kept healthcare at large on its toes. For one stakeholder in particular, doctors, we've seen a slow but constantly evolving level of engagement across a range of forums, social platforms and apps. These were designed specifically for them to communicate with each other and brands, like other health systems, conferences, medical device and pharmaceutical companies.
  • TEENS
    Teen 'Study Stars' Break the Internet
    School's out for summer! This year, as students prepared for their final exams, many turned to study videos to help them cope with long hours and late nights. These videos typically aren't instructional; instead, they're just another way teens connect with others online to form a community and share best practices.
  • STRATEGY
    How To Create Key Marketing Messages That Resonate
    There is one thing every company should do before embarking on marketing and communications initiatives. If you haven't yet pinned down your key marketing messages, stop what you're doing. Stop writing website copy. Stop creating content. Stop putting time into social and traditional media.
  • TEENS
    Move Over, Millennials
    Criteo surveyed thousands of members of Gen Z in the U.S., UK, France, Germany, Brazil, and Japan to understand what they think about shopping, e.g., what motivates them to shop and what they want from the retail experience.
  • INFLUENCER MARKETING
    What Marketers Should Know About The Dark Side Of The Influencer Industry
    Brand marketers must consider that, while the influencers are better at creating engaging content for today's consumer, their reach continues to decrease, and brands now have to pay both the content creators and the platforms in order to boost and amplify the content to actually reach the intended consumer, which means additional dollars allocated. Brands are still not asking the right questions regarding analytics, causing a gap between value and worth.
  • HISPANICS
    The Power Of Reframing
    Lessons learned at the Culture Marketing Council's inaugural conference
  • STRATEGY
    Who's On First? The Chaos Of Marketing In The Digital Age
    As a marketer, you connect consumers to your brand, so you manage creative and messaging. To reach consumers, you manage different marketing channels. To return your investments, you measure performance by channel. To protect your brand and your consumers, you manage data and privacy. And, to enable it all, you adopt technology. Then, you optimize and prioritize.
  • SOCIAL MEDIA
    Dick's Sporting Goods Proves The 'Noise' Of Social Media Can Give An Incomplete Signal
    In mid-March, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Edward Stack expressed pessimism about his company's prospects soon after announcing that Dick's would stop selling assault-style rifles and high-capacity ammunition magazines after the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, Fla.
  • CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
    You Can't Put A Filter On CX
    This is the era of personal brands. From LinkedIn to Twitter to Instagram, you can define your own unique niche and specific value to stakeholders, finding creative ways to deliver on the experiences promised by your brand. To craft just such an experience, you can select which platforms to use and customize the interaction based on the individual nature of each platform.
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