Happy Friday! This week our Creative Strategist explains why tactics that pull your audience to your brand might work better than pushing yourself in front of them.
Since the rise of the Internet in the late 1980s and early 1990s, there has been a shift by many businesses from traditional media (i.e. print and television) to digital media (i.e. websites, email, and social media). Digital media has provided brands with the ability to share video, graphics, photos, and audio and allows the digital minded consumer the ability to gather information in a way that is tailored to them.
Although digital media shares many of the same functions of traditional media, there are many differences that exist between the two in terms of the relationships between users and the information put out by brands.
Last month I spoke about how important it is to measure ROI at an event, but the question remains: how can you ensure you’re getting the best ROI possible?
Every event is different, and therefore requires a different approach—a one size fits all approach won’t cut it. Therefore, this month I thought I’d go into a bit more detail about the different kinds of events we help our clients with, and what is needed to take into consideration when planning your event marketing.
In the age of fake news and WikiLeaks, it’s clear that it’s never been easier to broadcast a message publicly. However, in an increasingly fast paced, information-saturated environment, commanding and maintaining attention is challenging. And unfortunately, this is bad news for anyone planning to launch a product.