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Michael Spicer

10 Marketing Lessons from Apple [Infographic]

Marketing Lessons from Apple

You don’t need to be an SEO expert to know that Apple’s marketing works like a charm. Founded on simplicity and brought to perfection by an ingenious approach to customer experience, the tech giant’s marketing strategy is a goal sought by many. Have you ever wondered why you can never find any information on where


Nathan Sykes
Experiential Marketing

A lot has changed about how marketing campaigns are designed and delivered in the modern age, where technology seems to power everything. It could be that we’re seeing the last days of traditional billboards and static advertisements in magazines. These days, it’s videos, blogs, live events and interactive media that seem to capture the public’s


Olivia Ryan

How To Take Advantage Of Your Customers’ Emotions

Online advertising using customer emotions

When brands create their promotion strategies, they all have one goal in mind: to engage and attract more consumers. And if you had to choose only one word to describe advertising in general, you could easily say that it’s “emotional”. To make online advertising more effective, every digital marketer needs to know how to influence


Jan Gordon

Why Your Brand Is Not What You’re Selling

By Michael Brenner   Brand has always been about trust. Brand has always been about choice. And most executives in most boardrooms will agree that a strong brand can provide a competitive advantage. Today, marketing is evolving. Overly promotional tactics can actually hurt your brand image. Digital, social and mobile consumers are looking to interact


Jan Gordon

Why Emotional Marketing Beats Promotion 2 TO 1

The following article is republished by permission of Michael Brenner I have always believed that B2B Marketing is personal. And that brands need to connect with buyers on a personal, emotional and human level. Now we have the research to prove it. We all have to thank the Corporate Executive Board (CEB) for bringing us one


Jan Gordon

Do your customers have an emotional connection to your brand?

The Importance of Emotional Connection Creating an emotional connection to your brand is the way that you turn customers into raving fans that beat down doors to buy your latest offering. Appeals to emotion have been used in advertising for decades. In the digital realm, many marketers are attempting to use emotional appeals through content


Karen Dietz

Here’s the bottom line: if your content does not engage your reader emotionally, their connection to you is puny. Their ability to remember you vanishes. Your value to them is lost. No no, don’t go down that road! Yet it happens too easily. Any content you create needs to connect and emotionally engage your audience


Andy Capaloff

The Marketer’s Cocktail: Blending Psychology with Big Data

Is Big Data Really the Be All and End All? This was a banner week for great Data related content, but arguably the best article of the week was nothing to do with Data at all!  Entitled “The Science of Emotion in Marketing: How Our Brains Decide What to Share and Whom to Trust”, and