Another BrandsFormation is in the books, with local businesses now better equipped to foster successful brands and achieve their marketing objectives.
Digital advertising agencies come in various shapes and sizes, possessing particular areas of expertise or specializations. Finding the right fit for your company and its specific advertising needs is integral to maximizing your marketing dollars and positively shaping your brand, now and into the future.
CPG giants like Procter & Gamble (P&G) have traditionally relied on TV advertising - and more recently, digital - to reach the maximum amount of consumers. However, a P&G executive recently revealed the company has become frustrated with “narrow digital-ad targeting” and TV can’t provide the reach they desire. As a result, many of these companies have rediscovered radio as an ideal way to reach their target audience.
Local businesses face a number of challenges when it comes to marketing. These include limited time, limited marketing expertise and limited staff. Although these are real constraints, marketing is a critical function that should not be overlooked. By outsourcing this function to a trusted marketing partner, the business can still achieve marketing success.
Topics: Marketing Strategy
Great branding is key in attracting clients, developing brand equity and fostering top-of-mind awareness. For small business owners, branding can be one of their biggest challenges. Attending a BrandsFormation workshop, however, can help businesses develop their brand and discover what sets them apart from the competition.
Shopping local provides far more benefits than a unique, personal experience. It supports the creation of local jobs, which in turn improves the local economy. It also helps promote a sense of community, as well as preserve the community itself. When customers shop local, they not only support the business, but also the people around it.
Today, we are highlighting one of the area's top local businesses: Henkle’s ACE Hardware. Even though ACE is a national brand, each branch is owned locally and provides all of the benefits of being a company that's right in town.
Topics: Case Studies
When it comes to legal marketing campaigns, leads are the driving force behind their success. Think about this - more leads usually mean more potential clients for your law firm. One way to reach a large pool of prospects is by using tools that have an expansive reach. That’s where radio comes in.
Earlier this year, more than 55 local businesses attended the BrandsFormation workshop to learn about Chuck Mefford’s 4-step system. The innovative approach is designed to help your business stand out and dominate mental real estate with your audience. They found the experience invigorating, inspiring, and left with plenty of actionable ideas for strengthening their brands.
Every generation gets a name, and the one that is just starting to enter the workforce is Generation Z. Born between 1995 and 2010, this generation includes 61 million people under the age of 23. It is estimated that by 2020, they will make up 20% of the workforce.
Topics: Marketing Strategy
Think social media is just for teenagers? Think again. Social media usage continues to grow across all demographics. In fact, a staggering 3.1 billion people are active social media users in 2018 - that’s nearly half of the world’s total population! Not only that, but 11 new people start using social media every second, with the average American spending more than two hours per day on social media. Given these statistics, it should not come as a surprise that more companies are prioritizing social media as part of their marketing strategy.