The start of a new year brings a new opportunity to revamp your brand’s image. Thanks to the growth of automation, dynamic content and mobile devices, 2016 is expected to … Read More
Like reindeer in the headlights, many marketing professionals are dazed by the relentless introduction of new digital tools, and new twists on existing tools. From promoted Tweets, sponsored stories, and featured videos to HTML5, local search marketing, and native advertising … businesses are struggling to process it all.
Trying to parse all the e-mail marketing tips being bandied about these days can be overwhelming. Simply Google “e-mail marketing strategies” and you’ll bring up millions of posts offering conflicting recommendations on everything from when to send emails and what terms should or shouldn’t be included in subject lines to the impact of mobile devices and responsive design.
Despite the dizzying array of new channels emerging in the age of digital marketing – including social media, SMS messaging, mobile ads and apps – email remains a valuable tool in the healthcare marketing arsenal.
Remember the polar vortex? Of course you do; you survived what most call the worst winter in recent history. Now that the sun is shining, pools and beaches are open, and ice cream trucks are rolling down the streets, it may be easy to pretend it never happened.
Dear, old Dad: he’s spent countless hours helping us with our soccer skills, sharing stories about the highpoints of his youth, teaching us the secrets behind the perfect BBQ rub, and feeding us chocolate cake for breakfast. This June 15 will be a special day, his day, Father’s Day. And with the average American spending somewhere around $120 on Dad each year, the holiday presents opportunities for marketers to inspire creative gifts and drive sales.
Spring is in the air, tax return checks are in the bank, and summer vacation is just around the corner. Spring is the time of year when homeowners put their houses on the market, buyers are ready to make a move, and families are looking for a place to settle before the school year beings in fall.