In the fast-paced online world of marketing, companies have to keep constant tabs on the ever-changing trends shaping advertising today. There’s a reason companies have created departments solely for digital marketing. Entrepreneurs have even tapped […]
Category: Chapter 6 – Segmentation; Target Marketing; Positioning; and CRM
Brandless Battles the Current Challenges of Faceless Marketing
We’ve all heard the phrase “don’t judge a book by its cover.” It’s a lesson many of us were taught at a fairly young age. Well, in some cases, that lesson goes right out the […]
What Can Marketers Learn from Heineken’s “Lighter is Better” Mishap?
Let’s face it. With millions of eyes glued to phones and tablets 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, very rarely do mistakes and blunders not get caught in the sift. This holds […]
SoundCloud’s First Ad Campaign Highlights What Makes It Unique: Its Users
If you aren’t too familiar with the audio and music platform, SoundCloud, you will soon be well acquainted as the company launches its first ad campaign titled, “First on SoundCloud.” Not only is this the […]
How Brands are Shifting Advertising Efforts to Reflect a Shift in Male Stereotypes
Brands are finally discovering that not all men are the same, and are moving towards advertising that no longer assumes the stereotype of men as burly, heterosexual, and sex-obsessed.
Marketing Effectively to Hispanics Today
Companies must consider many factors when marketing to a growing and valuable Hispanic consumer market.
Airbnb Tackles The Business Travel Market
Airbnb has launched digital tools and a marketing campaign aimed at attracting more business travelers.
McDonald’s Launches Its First Unbranded Marketing Campaign
McDonald’s ran a clever unbranded advertising campaign to promote a special offer on beverages.
A New Approach: Targeting Audiences With Behaviors, Emotions, and Moments
The BEM approach uses behavioral customer data to define a brand’s target audience more precisely than with demographic data alone.
Why The Simple Act Of Listening Beats Surveys
The best way for a company to truly learn know how its customers feel and avoid misleading data is simply to listen to what they have to say.