• a person working on a tablet and laptop for their inbound marketing practices.
    Blog,  Brand Awareness,  Branding,  Digital Marketing

    What is Inbound Marketing and How Can It Help Your Business?

    Television remains one of the most popular channels for entertainment. Whether it’s movies or TV shows, many consumers love to wind down and spend some time watching a few hours of TV. However, when it comes to TV ads, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone who enjoys having their favorite program paused for a commercial. The same goes for other forms of traditional marketing. These methods force a one-way communication with consumers and push brand products and services onto them. As you might guess, these techniques are no longer an effective way to market to target consumers. In fact, according to MDG Advertising, around 70% of consumers are interested in…

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    Blog,  Brand Awareness,  Branding

    Slogans vs. Taglines: What’s the Difference and Why Do They Matter?

    Most companies use attention-grabbing taglines and slogans to communicate important messages about their brand and/or campaigns. Some of these slogans and taglines have been effective in driving brand awareness and loyalty, leading to an increase in value. Having memorable taglines and slogans are key factors in the success of a brand—as marketers, we want consumers to remember our brand. While your logo and brand may be unique and unforgettable, it’s not complete without a tagline and slogan. When you combine your brand elements, you can deliver a powerful message that tells consumers about your brand. Now, it’s important to remember that taglines and slogans are completely different from each other.…

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    Brand Awareness,  Branding

    What Are the 4 Types of Brand Judgements?

    When you think of a well-established brand like Coca-Cola, what’s the first word or thought that comes to your head? Is it a bottle of its famous soda? The color red? Their overall brand value and marketing messages? Well, regardless of what appears in your head, these thoughts and images are likely based on past experiences with the brand itself. Perhaps you’ve drunk Coca-Cola soda at a party or watched one of their commercials on TV at some point in the past. These experiences allow you to generate opinions and evaluations about a brand by piecing together its performance and imagery associations. In the marketing world, this is known as…