If you haven’t already incorporated LGBTQ strategies into your marketing plans, you could be missing out on a huge opportunity. Here are 5 reasons why you must have LGBTQ marketing strategies.
As we continue with our inclusion series, we will now shift our focus to how marketers can include women, most effectively, in their marketing efforts. We will take a look at why this segment of buyers is so powerful and a few insights gleaned from original research Anderson conducted.
For our latest installment of our inclusivity series, we interviewed Dr. Jason Chambers about the complexities and nuances of marketing to the African American community. Dr. Chambers is an expert on the African American consumer market, Professor at the University of Illinois, and author of the book Madison Avenue and the Color Line: African Americans in the Advertising Industry. Read on for his insights:
What is the preferred marketing channel people choose to be communicated to over any other channel? 72% of consumers surveyed said Email, the oldest digital medium still in use.
As we all know, no business can grow and thrive by remaining static and ignoring changing demographics. Each generation has characteristics that must be understood to effectively communicate and provide experiences that engage patrons to become loyal customers. The gaming industry is keenly aware of this and has been urgently focused on steps to modify their marketing strategies and their casino environment to appeal to the younger generation without interfering with the experience of their core players. The casino industry mainstay demographic, Baby Boomers (ages 52-70), will eventually “age-out”, and growth for the gaming industry will rely on their ability to adjust to generational preferences, especially the Millennials.
360 video marketing is here and it's pretty exciting! During this year’s Fast Company's Creative Counter-Conference, I was lucky enough to get a seat at the Samsung Virtual Reality Workshop where we were treated to an exclusive experience of Samsung’s Gear 360.
In case you missed our last post on the fourth of four ingredients to a successful SEO campaign, you can read up on it here.
In the past few weeks we’ve gone into detail about each of the major facets that impact your natural search rankings and traffic. We’ve discussed the need for content to be robust and authoritative, how that content then attracts high quality inbound links to your site, and finally covered why the technical structure of your site needs to be transparent to search engines. (In case you missed last week's post on the third ingredient, you can read about it here).
In case you missed our last post on the third of four ingredients to a successful SEO campaign, you can read up on it here.
In last week’s post we talked about how inbound links layer on top of content to help search engines make their ranking decisions. While those are the two most important factors in a successful SEO campaign, the technical structure of a website can be a huge detriment to your efforts if not handled correctly. In case you missed it, you can read all about it here.