Brands are overwhelming people with so much content when what they actually need are authentic connections. But running on creativity without data just misses the mark. To build authentic and lasting connections with your customers, you need to use data-driven creativity.
In the age of short attention spans, brands are constantly competing to captivate their audience through creative and engaging ways possible.
In today’s diverse business landscape, creativity is an essential skill that modern business leaders need to have. It is synonymous to imagination and innovative thinking — specific skill sets that are necessary in pushing workforces to be progressive.
Video is fast becoming a household name in the marketing industry today with it expected to dominate the market by as much as 80% by 2019.
And that’s not at all surprising: it’s been found that adding videos to your website is the easiest way to ranking higher on Google search, and marketers all over the world consider video as the type of content with the best ROI.
The need for social proof is an inescapable part of marketing strategy today. With so much noise in the marketplace, it’s understandable why consumers look for social proof from their peers or other consumers about their buying decisions. So the best tool to communicate your value further? A video testimonial from your delighted clients.
Our CEO, Ashton Bishop, reveals what businesses can do to find their next step change, and how to implement the Big 6 Challenges for business growth in this 7-minute Marketing the Invisible podcast with Tom Poland.
When it comes to showcasing your brand to your audience in the best way possible, videos are still unrivalled.
As more brands turn to video to get their content noticed, the need to put out engaging content is no longer an option but a necessity.
One of the many challenges businesses face today more than ever is connecting with their audiences, whether it's their customers or employees.
What may be a significant policy update that can lead to positive change, if delivered in the wrong tone or framed in the wrong way, could end up being received poorly by the team.
The heart of every business is human connections. At the end of the day, our work boils down to dealing with people: we exist to solve their problems and mitigate their pain points.
Former Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Kevin Roberts sheds light on essential matters like organisational growth, change, and creativity in this one-of-a-kind interview with Head of Strategy, Glenn Bartlett. This is the first post of the five-part video series.
As the holiday rush pours in, you need to do more than the usual to make an impact in your holiday marketing.
To make a lasting impression that leads to conversion for the holidays, you have to be able to capture interest and emotionally connect with your audience to elicit a response and get them to engage.
The most effective way to do that is through emotive storytelling.
Video content is not an option for businesses anymore. If you want to succeed in your marketing efforts, video marketing is the answer.
Picture this. A magnificent 160,000-dollar Audi R8, with the ocean and the sky as its backdrop and a cloud of sand rising around it as if it has just drifted to a stop. This was how the execs at Audi envisioned it when they asked a photographer to take a photo of the car. But perhaps more remarkable than the output itself was how he did it.
A logo is an indispensable part of your business marketing. It’s a graphic display of your company’s identity; moreover, it could be the first, or only, thing your potential customers experience with your brand. This is why a well-designed logo is a vital component of your marketing strategy.
Thinking of stepping up your business and add value to your products and services next year? Read this article.
Do you want to engage customers and employees on an emotional level, build loyalty to the brand, and inspire advocates? Consider filming your manifesto video.