It only happens once per year. It’s that wonderful time of year when we can get together with family, sit down with great food and great company, and watch grown men attempt tirelessly to inflict grievous bodily harm on one another while advertisers work tirelessly to ensure that you buy their brand of cheap, tasteless junk food or terrible web hosting. Some people watch for the violence game, while others watch for the commercials. I would say that some watch for the halftime show, but, come on, really, name three people who watched the Super Bowl just for a chance to see Beyoncé lip sync? It’s not like it’s a rare event. (more…)
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It’s something that few small businesses think about until they start to see some stability, but that they should probably be thinking about from day one. It’s a fundamental question which sets the tone for the entire business going forward: “What’s our brand?” (more…)
I understand that this blog is a little bit late. I probably should have had this out in time for Thanksgiving. However, writing it as a retrospective can still work, I suppose, and I feel like this is one of those marketing topics that it’s high time I gave my opinion on. There are plenty of people who would universally condemn the sales and the materialism that they encourage, but from a certain perspective, I think that these sales are a response to the competitive materialism which is the hallmark of the secular Christmas that is known by the cryptic name of “Holidays.” From that perspective, and from a financial perspective, these sales are simply brilliant examples of marketing. (more…)
One thing that I have been doing a lot in the last month, even if no one bothers to look, is editing our client’s Thank You pages, and I will be updating RevBuilders’ Thank You pages to make them better.
“The Thank You page?” I can hear someone ask me. “What good is editing the ‘Thank You’ page?”
I know some of you are dying to know about the makings of the new Snowball & Meltin video.
Whether you are entertained, amused, confused or downright disturbed and wondering at the mental stability of my mind, rest assured that I had reasons. Now, my reasons are mostly because it was fun, but in having fun I educated myself about marketing.