There’s no doubt that content is king when it comes to marketing in today’s world. Tailored content that reaches audiences on a personal level, engages with their interests, and leaves a lasting impression is a must for 2019. We covered tailored content quite a bit in 2018; check out our articles Content Marketing: What It [...]
We have seen a lot of rebranding lately – everything from Nabisco freeing their historic circus animals to Uber redefining their mission. In a bold move this month, Nabisco removed the cages from their iconic red box to align their message with current views on the mistreatment of animals in the circus industry. Over the [...]
Plagiarism, however, is not the only violation content developers need to keep in mind; copyright violation – particularly through image sharing, is quite common and can lead to legal action and fines. So what is the difference? In this article we will review the difference between plagiarism and copyright and give you a few tips on why it is important to keep your content legal and how to do so.
While the idea of creating promotional items seems relatively easy, there are some pitfalls companies should avoid when designing their promotional item campaign. Avoid using items that most people have seen or receive regularly, choose items based on your brand, and give out items that make sense to your target audience.
Business cards continually remain an important piece of business collateral, even as we evolve digitally. As a first impression, business cards are the first step in introducing your brand to a new contact. Business cards are tangible items that carry more weight than a quick email or contact share on a smartphone. Different design elements ensure your business card attracts attention and drives recipients to your online presence.
Because email is such a prevalent communication tool both internally and externally, it is important to take the same level of care, and be just as thoughtful in emails to clients and business partners, as customer-facing communications. Here are three easy tips to remember to unify your business message and align your internal communications with your external brand presence.
What is branding? Branding is about the promise of a distinct, memorable experience. It's about creating an expectation and delivering it consistently every time anyone comes into contact with your brand. It's how you make your customers feel about themselves and their decisions when they are interacting with your brand.
As the philosophers say, change is the only constant in life. Life is flux, and people evolve to progress. The brands that people depend on need to evolve, too. Logo identity is a vital part of any company’s brand. A brand sets the company's tone, image, and expectations.
Having the right imagery to complement your brand can help increase recognition, as well as capture the attention of more viewers. However, it is important to take the time to determine the kind of imagery that will make sense in association with your name, as well as how to use the imagery to its best effect.
In its essence, typography is how a word looks, including what font (typeface) it is set in, what color it is, and how dramatic and decorative, or how practical, it is. The possibilities are almost endless, especially when you consider hand-lettering (the process of creating letters by hand) and the continual creation of new fonts
Having an email signature is like handing a person a business card every time you send an email. You want it to look professional and show your company’s personality. You wouldn’t just hand a prospective client a scrap of blank paper with your contact information scrawled on it, would you? No way! Email signatures can [...]