Marketing

How to create brand loyalist

Brand loyalists—consumers who refuse to purchase the competitor’s product regardless. A major life change is one of the only things that will steer a brand loyalist away from her beloved brand. Well the good folk over at Downy have a new brand loyalist! I explain why and tell you how you can create brand loyalist […]

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Frustrated because your message isn’t connecting?

Finding the right message to connect with your audience doesn’t typically happen overnight. Did you know the popular odor eliminator Febreze initially struggled to connect with its audience and the project was almost scrubbed? It’s true. According to The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg, […]

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Is it time to change the theme of your message?

I’ve witnessed an about face by two major companies in their advertising theme. DriveTime and J.G. Wentworth have shifted from their “humorous” or light-hearted advertising to ads designed to pull on one’s heart or convey compassion and understanding. DriveTime entered the market with a series of ads that were in my opinion silly and good […]

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Unresponsive Markets

If you look at the life and ministry of Jesus, there are some great marketing lessons to be learned. Jesus had a clearly identified audience and his mission and goals were clear. He even shows us how to handle unresponsive or reluctant markets. It’s recorded in the New Testament that after a successful launch, Jesus went back […]

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Messages that connect

I am a Generation Xer–the generation currently sandwiched between baby boomers and millennials. News outlets may vaguely refer to us as the troubled middle class every know and then, but as a Gen Xer I’ll admit that sometimes I feel my generation is overlooked. That’s why when a company’s advertisement is strategically targeted to me I […]

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