Tag Archives: advertising

Picking the right tagline or slogan

Every time I hear an advertising slogan for an unfamiliar product, I wonder how realistic it is.  Every product in a category cannot be the best in its category. I recently came across a blog post from a Twitter friend of mine, Georg Gray, titled “Honest Slogans That Tell What People Really Think Of Popular […]

How do you market funeral planning? Serious business or no?

I recently read a BBC article about funeral planning advertisements created by the Beyond creative agency in the UK, which were subsequently banned by Transport for London for being “likely to cause serious and widespread offence.” I can understand the concept behind these ads – a little humor, or “edginess,” or even a touch of […]

What’s Your Favorite Color?

I always like to see what Pantone chooses for their “color of the year.”    As a marketer, it’s important to stay on top of fashion and other trends important to your target audience – knowing what drives your market will help you market and sell your product! The 2015 Pantone color of the year […]

Customer Expectations Relate to Satisfaction

I have been thinking about this question recently: why and when are customers satisfied?   It has everything to do with their expectations!   If customers have a low expectation when they buy a product/service or frequent a retail shop or restaurant, they will have a high level of satisfaction if they have a good experience […]

Yes, Social Media is Working for Small Businesses!

Small Business Trends recently published an article which indicates that many small businesses are getting a return on their social media activities.   According to a survey released in April 2013 by Manta, who surveyed over 1,200 of their members, 39% of companies can calculate a positive ROI on their social media.  In fact, almost […]