Generation Alpha is the newest generation to emerge. These are the children born between 2010 and 2025. With an estimated population of 2 billion, GenA is slated to be the largest generation in the world. As we prepare for this generation to come of age, here are a few things to keep in mind about GenA and how we as businesses can create experiences that resonate with them.
A brand story is considered a narrative used to communicate the purpose, mission, value, and history pertaining to the formulation of a brand. Addidas is a great example of brand storytelling and brand evolution.
Imagery is important in communication. As cliche as it may sound, a photo really can be worth a thousand words. For many small businesses just starting out, it can be difficult to collect a bank of photos and videos from existing resources as a photo shoot can become very expensive and time-consuming. When chosen carefully, stock photos and videos are an effective way to add life to your website, social media platforms, or advertisements.
Making money is important to every business, but the almighty dollar holds even more importance to the average small business owner. The truth of the matter is that most small business owners may only be 1-2 rough months from going belly up and needing to shut down. Big businesses or corporations on the other hand have built up enough of a safety net to protect themselves against things like that, so that even in the face of the roughest economic situations they remain safe.
The main aim of developing a brand story is to wholeheartedly connect with your target audience. The brand story seeks to outline the initiative of your brand.
Hi, my name is Princess Yarbrough. I am 18 years old and I’m going to Georgia State University to major in Criminal Justice Law. What my day consisted of at The Kool Source was walking in, getting my temperature checked every morning, greeting everyone, working on some assignments they gave me, and going to lunch then back to work.
Nobody likes to waste money, especially marketing dollars. Increasing ROI, optimizing campaigns, and showing results to higher-ups will forever be top of mind for marketers. In this blog, we will dissect how to strategically spread your marketing dollars out based on your business’s most profitable times of the year.
As entrepreneurs competing in a digital landscape, we each know how essential content is in helping us generate greater awareness of our brand, products, and/or services.
As a result, we consistently set goals for social media, and then develop a content strategy to meet those goals.
In this blog post, I offer a novel idea for strengthening the focus of your social media goals by creating a digital vision board.
How do you communicate your instructions to your marketing agency? Will they understand what you are trying to achieve? Or better yet, will they help grow your business? Well, it all boils down to effective communication.
In a world with smartphones readily available to most people at all hours of the day, the amount of applications to help users better connect and interact with businesses has grown drastically. However, not every business needs an app. Currently, there are so many apps available to smartphone users, it can be overwhelming to determine which apps are necessary and helpful, and therefore people are suffering from something called “app fatigue.” In addition to the oversaturation of the app market, building an app usually requires more time and financial resources than a website, so it is important to determine whether or not your business would benefit from an app before actually building one. For some businesses, a well-functioning mobile website may actually work out better than an application for user experience.