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  • It's OK to Repeat Yourself
    The news is out: consumers are changing their buying—and search—habits. SearchIgnite reports that users are taking longer to make purchase decisions online: the average time between when they click on an ad and convert on a marketer's website increased by 32.4% in Q1 2009 compared with Q1 2008. Ouch. In addition, ... more
  • Look at Me. Now, Focus.
    These days, companies are scrambling to stay competitive. Is there a silver bullet out there that can help? Something to get you through these tough times? According to Geoffrey Moore at TCG Advisors, it all comes down to focus. Moore offers a guide for achieving a company-wide focus that can ... more
  • Case Study: Four Steps to Spurring B2B New-Product Awareness and Sales via Twitter
    by Kimberly Smith
    Twitter isn't the first tool that comes to mind in the B2B marketing toolbox. But COOP Ale Works deftly used it to generate buzz among potential consumers of its specialty brews—creating a level of demand that retail establishments, such as bars, couldn't ignore. more
  • The Cinema of Schadenfreude
    Few of us have kind words for the Fortune 500 CEOs who lived it up while the value of their companies, and our 401(k)s, imploded. And with a trio of videos dripping with schadenfreude, JetBlue proposes to help disgraced executives adjust to life without a private jet. Each episode at ... more
  • You Too Can Tweet, Part I
    Given the recent Facebook redesign, you're probably hearing a lot of yammer about Twitter. If by now you're not familiar with how Twitter can benefit your brand, walk with us as we cut through the noise and break it all down. In a recent article at the MarketingProfs site, Jim ... more
  • Four Best-Practices for Renovating Your Brand—Before It's Too Late
    by Fred Geyer
    Why do brand leaders wait until their brands are at the breaking point, at risk of joining the likes of Radio Shack and 7Up? Instead, renovate your brands while it is strong and growing. Spot changing market dynamics and address them as opportunities... before they have time to develop into ... more
  • by Paul Dunay
    On Facebook you can't be a Friend of a brand but you can be a Fan of a brand. While it sounds like a subtle difference, it is actually an important Brands are the sum total of the experience a customer has when they are interacting with your brand. But ... more
  • Words, Words, and More Words
    A new trend uncovered by Hitwise reveals that search queries on all major search engines are starting to get longer and longer. In a recent study, the measurement firm found that searchers are typing four or more words at an increasing rate to find what they're looking for. Searches using ... more
  • When the Crowd Attacks
    On Friday 2/27, Skittles surrendered itself to the Zeitgeist. Visits to Skittles.com led users directly to Wikipedia (later changed to a Twitter search for "skittles," then to the official Facebook fan page), and attempts to explore the site navigation—little more than a pop-up—guided users elsewhere still: flickr, YouTube, Summize. The ... more
  • The 411 on 420
    You log on to your computer and discover—splashed across the news section of your homepage—a candid snapshot of your celebrity spokesperson inhaling from an enormous bong. Quick, what do you do? If you're Speedo or Omega, and your spokesperson is Michael Phelps, you do nothing. If you're Kellogg's, however, you ... more
  • My Brand Can Beat Up Your Brand
    What is this thing called brand loyalty? What are we really thinking when we say we prefer Brand X over another? These researchers identified some key thought processes of brand loyalists when comparing a beloved product to a new upstart, and offered some handy advice for marketers. They invited consumers ... more
  • Dare to Go Viral, Part Two
    Last week, we offered tips to help you determine your authentic corporate voice. Now that you've collected some cool insights, here's our second set of tips, to help you in your final phase of daring to go viral. Think hard on the data you've collected, and imagine scenarios where you can ... more
  • What's the 'Return on Sound'? Build Long-Term Emotional Equity by Applying Sound Strategically
    by Noel Franus
    What's your Return On Sound? Budgets may be tight and long-term planning may feel out of reach, but a few simple principles can help lay the groundwork for long-term brand value for "sonic identity." Music and sound create significant long-term brand power. That effect comes by design, and it starts ... more
  • Case Study: How the Obama Presidential Campaign Leveraged Mobile Marketing to Generate Support, Increase Participation and Outreach
    by Kimberly Smith
    Mobile marketing offers a sense of immediacy and intimacy that few other media can. Such timely connection is what the Obama for America Presidential campaign leveraged to establish deeper relationships with supporters. Here's how. more
  • Write? Right!
    How many times have you heard the phrase, "Content is king"? When it comes to search marketing, it's not hyperbole. Content is, well, the key to keywords. "This is the reason writing articles is probably the most [popular] Internet marketing tool being used today," writes Uchenna Ani-Okoye in a recent ... more
  • Make Extensions Work for You
    Brand extensions are a popular promotional tactic with marketers. It just feels safe to promote a new product by piggy-backing it with a proven winner. But what type of extension ads work best? Here's an interesting study that might help with your next promo. Researchers ran three experiments to test ... more
  • Bear Market? Change Your Tune!
    Last year, Google and MediaVest reported on a brainwave-tracking study about banner ads. According to the ad giants, banner ads rated a 6.3 in effectiveness—which was said to be a "very encouraging score." But combined with overlays, the effectiveness of banner ads increases to 6.6. This is because users find ... more
  • You Don't Know I Want to Go
    In a post at the Email Wars blog, Dylan Boyd discusses the tricky status of permission-based email lists following a corporate merger or acquisition. "[H]ow does a company go about changing permissions from one brand to another?" he asks. Boyd got a front-row view of one such hand-off when a ... more
  • You Belong in Pictures, Baby
    "In 2007, 9 million digital picture frames were sold, about 1 million of them Wi Fi-enabled," writes Katy Bachman in an article for Brandweek. "By 2010, that's expected to jump to more than 42 million, with the vast majority of them Wi-Fi equipped, according to data from IDC." Can advertisers ... more
  • Case Study: How OfficeMax Helped an Education-Focused Charity Increase Funding and Classroom Adoptions
    by Kimberly Smith
    OfficeMax teamed with nonprofit Adopt-A-Classroom to create an annual event to recognize and reward standout teachers for their dedication and sacrifice. This year, OfficeMax stepped up its marketing for the program, upping classroom adoptions +800%. more
  • A Toolbox for Brand Assessment and Repositioning
    by Bill Nissim
    To weather the current economic storm, companies must take a step back and assess their core business and brand for continued relevance. Dramatic changes in behavior by cash-strapped consumers have had an impact on respected brands ranging from Starbucks (closing 600 stores) to automotive giants, which have announced cutbacks in North ... more
  • Case Study: How NHL.com's Online Campaign Helped Dodge Launch a New Vehicle, Exceed Sales Forecasts
    by Kimberly Smith
    Before any talk of bailouts, Chrysler called on 15 Web sites to help improve consumers' perception of the Dodge brand and launch its first crossover vehicle, the Journey. NHL.com cut through the clutter and delivered the brand message. Here's how. more
  • Brand or Get Branded
    "You've heard the branding gurus' mantra," says Jane Schulte, author of Work Smart, Not Hard! "Brand or be branded. Well, it's true. If you don't go about the process of creating a personality for your company, one will be created for you." She outlines this process for ensuring your brand ... more
  • by Paul Dunay
    I think Seth Godin outlined marketing's Catch 22 best in his book The Purple (and I am paraphrasing When times are tough the tendancy is to conserve capital vs. when times are good the tendancy is to not be As marketers we are so often faced with the dilemma of ... more
  • Marketing Champion Q&A: Xerox VP Christa Carone Builds the Brand and Reputation
    by Roy Young
    During the 12 years that Christa Carone has been with Xerox, the company has been on quite a roller-coaster ride, having gone through significant challenges back in 1999 through 2001/2002, when the company's brand and reputation really took a hit. Recently she discussed with Roy Young her work to strengthen the ... more

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