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5 Content Marketing Tips for Media Pickup and Massive Exposure

If “Punk’s not dead,” content marketing is definitely not dead too. Sure enough, a lot of businesses are struggling with it. Hmmm, I wonder why. Well, let me just focus your attention here for a minute and say – you’re probably doing the most obvious content marketing flops! Despite the fact that Google’s algorithms are Read More…

The Best Way to Respond to Social Fury Is Still up for Debate

We’re in the era of online outrage, and it’s affecting brands small and large. How can marketers deal with the outrage while staying sane? ​ Kimberly Legocki got her first taste of online fury in the era of the blogosphere. It was the mid-2000s, and she was handling marketing and communications for JohnsonDiversey (now Diversey Read More…

AMA NEO Wins Accolades in National Competition

CLEVELAND — The American Marketing Association Northeast Ohio (AMA NEO) chapter announced today that it has been recognized for its “Programming Special Merit” for the 2017—18 year by the organization’s international headquarters. The AMA’s annual Chapter Excellence Awards (CEAs) program highlights exceptional performance among the organization’s 70+ professional chapters across the U.S. and Canada.   Read More…

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Using Linkedin as a Prospecting Tool: An Interview with Shon Christy

By Chris Karel Shon Christy is one of Ohio’s best social media speakers. Recognized as a pioneer and innovator, he founded the state’s first niche social media agency. His 20 years of marketing experience, nearly 10 years of social media expertise and hundreds of speaking engagements with national reach make him one of the most Read More…

How to Run a One-Person Marketing Shop: An Interview with Melissa Wilson

By Chris Karel Melissa Wilson’s career spans nine years in integrated communications and digital marketing. She’s a practical influencer who facilitates the transfer of ideas and objectives, gathers feedback to improve ideas and objectives in order to understand the audience, and develops a brand-compliant narrative to reach them. In doing so, Wilson helps her company Read More…

Should You Invest in Banner Advertising for Offline Products?

Given the increasing opportunities offered to advertise products and brands to potential customers online, it’s not surprising that firms’ online advertising expenditures have risen steadily, and a great deal of that spending is directed toward banner advertising. Online banner advertising may be a natural choice for online retailers, but what about retailers that realize the Read More…

How to Consistently Increase Conversion

8/20/2018 By: Daniel Burstein Johnson & Johnson Vision Care makes billions of contact lenses every year, and when a customer buys a box of contacts, they’re all the same. All the same color, same shape. No contact is even slightly out of proportion. If they were, customers wouldn’t be able to see, and that would be Read More…

8 Ways Marketers Can Better Manage Millennials

Bob Armour, the CMO of Jellyvision, is the third oldest person working at his company. “As you can see, I’m not a millennial,” he told the audience at the AMA’s 2018 Marketing Week Live conference. Even though he isn’t a millennial, Armour manages mostly millennials at Jellyvion, a Chicago company that has been lauded for Read More…

Nike and the Arrogance of Moral Certainty

Image source: Sole Collector Social impact is not a strategy; it’s a responsibility. It’s a moral imperative, not a marketing plan. Should my words fail me, I want to first establish that I am against police brutality, racism, bigotry and intolerance in absolute and unconditional terms. What follows is not a political statement on my Read More…

Email Marketing

How to Create a Great E-mail Marketing Campaign in 2018

5/30/2018 By: Hal Conick Consumers’ inboxes are inundated by spam, trash and malware disguised as marketing messages. How can marketers differentiate their content and connect with consumers?​​ E-mail is a marketer’s greatest tool and greatest conundrum. E-mail gives marketers access to the potential attention of nearly 4 billion consumers across the world, but it also fills Read More…