June 6, 2013
Back to School 101: Is Your Campaign Ready?
By : Hayley Prendergast, Associate Manager, Integrated MarketingIs your brand ready for Back to School 2013? Here are some questions to ask as you continue your campaign planning.
By : Ellis Watts and Matt Rainone, Managers, Strategic Marketing GroupOne trend that has been picking up steam as of late is the strategy of releasing these marquee spots AHEAD of the big game and seeding them online prior. Is this a good strategy? As in most cases, there’s no simple right or wrong answer but an argument to be made for either side. Today, Matt and Ellis defend each point.
By : Matt Rainone, Senior Manager, Integrated Marketing GroupWhat’s your favorite experience on your tablet? Is it reading, playing apps, or watching movies? What if I said that some day in the not too distant future, you’ll have a hard time differentiating those experiences because you’ll be doing all three at the same time? And this isn’t a post about some new tablet that allows for multitasking. I’m talking about tablets redefining our media experience and storytelling as a whole.
By : Matt Kreutz, Planner, Media ServicesCurrently, it is the most trusted media platform available. 58% of its users find the ads particularly enjoyable when related to content, and 57% of people who receive it digitally read the new issue the day they receive it. This doesn’t sound like a media outlet that’s dying, so why is everyone dressed in black? Anyone who tells you that the magazine industry is going down the tubes needs to put down their iPad (27% of people engage in other non-related activities while online), pause the audio on their Pandora station (26% of people engage in other non-related activities while listening to the radio), turn their TV off (three quarters of American consumers are multi-tasking while watching television) and read a book! Or better, read a magazine.