Did you know that the functions of the brain have a lot of similarities when compared with marketing? I know this is a blog about all things marketing, but allow me to get scientific for a minute.
1. What do you do at Addison Clark?
I am a Graphic Designer. I work with other Graphic Designers and Account Managers to create visuals for clients that they can be proud of.
2. Are you a cat person or a dog person?
I am a big ol’ dog person. My dog Olive is my best friend in the whole world. If it were really raining cats and dogs out though, I'd be scooping up all the puppies and kitties.
3. What is your favorite holiday?
Halloween is the best holiday ever. Nothing else comes close. You can still catch me at 22 years old going all out on my costume and snacking on some Reece’s while watching some spooky movies.
Studies have shown that assessing your prospects and business strategy for the next year is most efficiently performed during Q3 of the current year. Marketing is no different! That way, you have a majority of the year’s data to base some decisions on - while still having some breathing room before the end of the year. As we make our way to the end of Q3, here are some questions you can ask yourself when planning for next year’s strategy.
Small business owners are constantly looking for new ways to market their businesses and stand out from the crowd. Writing blog posts can help you accomplish just that! When done properly, blog posts can be a powerful tool in your marketing toolkit. Our clients have seen genuine business results from blog posts, ranging from increased brand awareness to lead conversion.
In the digital age, social media has revolutionized the way we communicate, share information, and even conduct business. With the now billions of users scrolling through their feeds multiple times a day, social media platforms present a great opportunity for businesses to reach and engage with their target audience. However, constant exposure to content in this way has shortened the attention spans of many. Now more than ever, it is crucial to capture and retain the attention of your audience. Here are some strategies that can help combat the shortened attention span:
Marketing is a broad term that encompasses many strategies and platforms used to promote a product or service. Within marketing, there are numerous myths and misconceptions that could ultimately be harming the potential growth of your business. Here are four common ones:
Marketing and advertising are one in the same
While marketing and advertising often go hand in hand, they are not the same! Marketing is usually defined as the overall strategy toward promoting your business, while advertising is a term used to describe a paid form of messaging, such as paid social media ads or Google Ads. Without advertising, the impacts of your marketing may be limited. Without a marketing plan in place, your advertising dollars may be wasted. A combination of both is usually the sweet spot!
1. What do you do at Addison Clark?
I am the Social Media Coordinator. I work alongside all the Account Managers and Graphic Designers to strategize and create content for our clients to achieve their marketing goals.
2. Are you a cat or dog person?
Definitely a dog person. I love being around my favorite people and going for walks with them.
3. What is your favorite social media site and why?
I would have to say TikTok just because I have been posting content since 2016, but more recently, I love Strava for staying active and encouraging my friends on there to do the same.
4. What do you do in your spare time?
I really enjoy reading a good book outside, going to concerts, and recently have been getting into running (as a swimmer, it's a love-hate relationship sometimes).
5. What is your favorite holiday?
Halloween for sure. My creativity shines every year when making my costumes.
It's been six months since the sparkly outfits, champagne clinks, and the New York City ball dropping rang in the New Year. And if you made a resolution, you may have forgotten it by now. Don't be so quick to give up on those old promises just yet. This just might be the perfect time to revive them.
Statistics show that six months after setting a resolution, most people don't keep it — 54% to be exact. The numbers are even more discouraging by the end of the year with only 9% having success in seeing their resolution through. We're just going to say it — these are pretty crappy, hopeless numbers. But perhaps there's another way to look at them. People who bother to set resolutions still have the advantage in reaching their goals over those who never created resolutions in the first place.
It's no secret that video has become a key component in advertising with the rise in video features on social media and other platforms. Video is engaging to view and leaves a long-lasting impression of a business or brand. Video content can be a useful tool when explaining your product or service and can increase a viewer's understanding of that product or service. These long-lasting impressions increase brand recognition because viewers are more likely to remember information they've watched in a video over something they have read. Here are 5 reasons why video is a powerful marketing tool: