As marketers or business owners, you’ve probably heard the term “Target Audience.” In all honesty, this term seems cold and technical when in reality that’s the exact opposite of the way you want to interact with your customers. Think of finding your target audience as getting to know your customer.
The holiday season is always anticipated by many. Slowly the world around us transforms into a uniform theme for the latest big event. It’s honestly quite magical. In October, we get to see jack-o-lanterns light up porch steps, and homes become haunted houses.
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Thankfully, the days of agencies dismissing influencer marketing as a fad are behind us. While many people used to claim that investing in influencers was a waste of money, it’s safe to say they’ve been disproved. In 2021, 67.9% of marketers will use influencer marketing. Stats don’t lie.
In the world of social media marketing, the only thing more constant than change is politicos posting something that sets the internet ablaze with fury. But for us marketers, we’re used to planning for a shift in tactics with the updates to social platforms always imminent.
Marketing can be done wrong. In the industry, marketers tend to rely on clichés to get a point across, and it tends to detract from their mission. Clichés occur as a result of recycling the same practices until they become stale and predictable – the opposite of what marketing should be.
Working in tandem with the website and digital leads for a mostly seamless website launch is always the number one goal. As we've highlighted in our website and branded launch blog, putting extra care and though into what the communications strategy should be requires planning ahead. What did SRB Communications specifically execute in order to get the word out about the new site? Well, you're in luck! Here's the behind-the-scenes breakdown of what went into our launch strategy that you can infuse into your own.
When setting out to produce a video for your agency or a client, there are many factors to consider. It could be as simple as grabbing a camera and just shooting, or it could be as complex as producing a full feature film. The complexity of your production will be determined by the purpose of the video, budget, timeline, and the tools and resources that you have access to.
It’s clear that the economy has been crippled by the recent pandemic and many small businesses are hurting because of it. In order to curtail company spending, leadership often makes large cuts to the marketing budget during hard economic times.