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Content Marketing Extended to Scent Branding

Using branding, marketers try to establish a positive impression, compel action, and then build customer loyalty. As a content marketer I am accustomed to considering how appearance and sound (speech, music, text) build brands, but had not thought much about smell until I read Beau Friedlander’s article, “A Brief History of Scent.” The piece discusses [...]

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Companies and Individuals: Know Who You Are and Brand Yourself”

Individuals have personalities and value systems. So do companies. In marketing “Brand Identity” is the word that describes the persona of a person as well as of an organization. For collectives and individuals, knowing your key branding components will maintain consistency within the brand. Our Behavior Provides Brand Cues Because the character of a group [...]

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Facebook Best Practices: 5 Rules for Business Facebook Pages

In a recent post I argued that Facebook can be very useful as a public relations tool but is not a good way to advertise. Instead, Facebook can provide a wonderful channel to build visibility, engagement, and commitment to the brand. The goal is to increase traffic on the Facebook page and translate that into sales. [...]

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Content Trust

Last Saturday I attended the WordPress Meet-up in Dallas hosted by Tony Cecala. Sean Jackson was the featured speaker for the January meeting. Jackson explained how to make money as a blogger. Sean Jackson is a partner at Copyblogger and I have heard him talk about digital marketing several times. He does terrific, thoughtful presentations. [...]

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Give and You Shall Receive

My family lived in New Orleans for nine years when my children were small. It is customary there for businesses to give a “lagniappe” when there is a transaction. For instance, if you buy a dozen donuts, the business will give you an additional one as “a little something extra.”  That thanks you for your [...]

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