Most of us have heard about the four “golden” P’s in marketing: Product, Place, Price, Promotion. Nowadays, they’re probably outdated. When taking a marketing course, the four P’s are standard curriculum. At work, they’re a regular mention. Traditionally, these elements of the marketing mix are a core foundation you build your strategy on. However, they … Continue reading Rethinking the 4 P’s
In 2018, get into the habit of involving your customers more. Their knowledge and input may give you just what you need – or need to avoid. Co-creation has been a buzz word for years, but a central element often neglected is what customers get out of it – not just what the company gains. … Continue reading Involving customers for a win-win co-creation
Attract and retain the part of the workforce who largely aligns company goals with their own. Research shows that employees who perceive their company to have a ”strong sense of purpose” also report high levels of company satisfaction. Amongst Millennial workers, this seems to be of outmost importance. According to Deliotte’s Millennial Survey of 2015, the … Continue reading Don’t just give them a paycheck – give them a purpose!
– The most important thing for a brand isn’t communication. It’s engagement. Charles Vallance knows a thing or two about successful brands after many years in the advertising industry. He is inspired by Creative Director of VCCP Spain, Beto Nahmad, the first person he heard using the term “story doing”. And here is why this term … Continue reading Storytelling is dead. Here’s what brands should focus on now
Clicking with the consumers: AdWeek has a great online guide to understanding the simple psychology behind effective website call to action: http://bit.ly/1RjyUg8 Continue reading Why do we click?