Mexican Coke, sometimes called “Mexi-Coke,” has become somewhat of a phenomenon in the United States. So, what makes Mexican Coke so much different than the fizzy drink bottled here? There are a few potential explanations, but the most popular explanations are the use of sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup and the return to the traditional glass Coke bottle.
Viral marketing may seem appealing – but it’s not exactly simple. Though there are no hard and fast statistics, the chances of content going viral are very slim. There are 2.6 billion users on Facebook – that’s 2.6 billion potential impressions for content shared on the platform. But how do marketers reach them?
Gig workers don’t have many protections in place. They don’t have guaranteed wages, and they don’t have sick pay or health care – things that are crucial in a public health crisis. Now, many gig workers face a dilemma: break the lockdown orders to try to pay the bills or stay home without pay.
While there are often strict regulations surrounding the sale of liquor, beer and wine sales are more lenient. That’s an entire audience of consumers who might prefer higher alcohol content and the accompanying burn but who cannot purchase their drinks of choice as easily as they might purchase a bottle of wine or a six-pack of beer.
Many wineries have begun to capitalize on this, repositioning themselves through product and process alterations. How? They’re aging their wines in spirit barrels.
The COVID-19 pandemic has rocked the world, showing a profound impact on countless industries. Among those hit the hardest: tourism, travel, and retail. How do companies within these industries stay in touch with their consumer base amid worldwide closures? Let’s take a look two companies that are doing it right: Disney and Target.
Here’s an easy question: did you listen to music on your phone or another streaming device in the last few days? How about a podcast? If you listened to one recently, you are a part […]
Just as a product’s placement in a grocery store affects purchases – “eye level is buy level” – brand’s must continue to fight for shelf space in online retail. MarketingLand updated it’s 2018 guide, which […]
Last week Walmart announced an easy way for shoppers to order groceries – using voice commands. The partnership is with any device the features Google Assistant, including Google Home, Android devices, and iPhones, with “other […]
Seemingly overnight, eSports – defined by eMarketer as organized gaming competitions among professional players and teams – became a global phenomenon with much at stake for game developers, players, audiences, streaming platforms and live venues. […]
We make an estimated 35,000 decisions every day; what to eat, wear, buy, think, say, where to go, who to sit next to, and so on. We face so many decisions that we can even […]