Creative Marketing

Finding Your Brand’s Tone of Voice

Finding Your Brand’s Tone of Voice

The way a brand interacts with its audience through messages and customer interactions is known as its “tone of voice.” The brand’s identity and set of values are expressed through the tone of voice. A brand should have a distinct, identifiable, and unique tone of voice. Being as distinctive and recognized as you can is even more crucial in a world where every industry is saturated. 

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Dos & Dont’s When Working With A Marketing Agency

Dos & Dont’s When Working With A Marketing Agency

Working with a marketing agency can be a great step in taking your business to the next level. For this article, let’s say you have already found the perfect agency for your business. To get the most out of your new partnership, it is important to give your agency all the tools they will need to give you the best marketing solutions possible. Let’s discuss the best and worst practices when it comes to working with a marketing agency.

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The Dichotomy of the Creative Mind

The Dichotomy of the Creative Mind

Everyone’s brain is as unique as their fingerprints. Sure there are grooves and ridges in the gray matter, but when you look closely you see something more. You have analytical, deep-thinkers who see results as binary answers and rarely think outside of a linear path. Then there are those whose minds seem to ebb and flow with the rising and setting of the sun and who think in ways that seem impossible to imagine. No two minds are alike, but there are certain characteristics of creative minds that appear to be almost standard.

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Has Covid-19 Changed The Way We Market?

Has Covid-19 Changed The Way We Market?

As the year 2020 began, the expectations of the new year were soaring with excitement as people were celebrating the beginning of a new decade. That quickly came to an end when the World Health Organization declared the Covid-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11, 2020. On the marketing side of things, businesses had a very difficult time finding ways to distribute goods and services in new and effective ways. All in-person events were canceled as well as different TV and film productions had to come to a screeching halt. in streaming videos, online shopping, and curbside/contactless pickup will be permanent or temporary. For companies that do not particularly run television ads, the notion of “marketing” has shifted drastically. GroupM Global President of Business Intelligence Brian Wieser says, “Maybe the changes brands make this year are not media investments, but investing in the product, customer service, and the customer experience”. His prediction has been pretty spot-on as more attention has been placed on customer experience.

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Did You Notice Instagram’s New Look?

Did You Notice Instagram’s New Look?

Instagram faced this dilemma in 2016 when it received a lot of backlashes online for its rebrand (probably the biggest backlash ever for a rebrand) and today, it is exciting to see that they just introduced a brand refresh a couple of days ago. This refresh includes changes in its typeface (see my last blog to learn about what a typeface is), layout, and color.

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