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    Brands Take a Stand II: Strategies That Stick

    Today’s consumers, particularly younger ones, want to see companies be more human, take more risks, and speak out on social and political issues relevant to their brand values. However, as discussed in our previous blog, “When Brands Take a Stand,” doing so can be a tricky business for even the most sophisticated organizations. Is simply speaking read more >

    Time to Break Up With Snapchat?

    Let’s be honest, we all know things have been difficult with Snapchat for a while now. The signs are there. It started with small annoyances, like redesigns that didn’t seem to solve any problems, but created new ones. Then there’s the few (hundred million) dalliances with Instagram Stories. And we can’t forget the 3 million users lost in the last read more >

    Top Scores: Standout Storytelling from Super Bowl LIII

    Posted February 04, 2019 By Cassie Morris | social media, Super Bowl, marketing strategy
    Every year, the Super Bowl brings Americans together around the TV for an evening of chicken wings, beer, melted cheese, and Tom Brady. (Tier One calls Boston home, so we’re just a “little” excited about his latest championship ring). With more than 100 million viewers, the live event is a highly coveted advertising platform, providing companies read more >

    Win the Data Game: Getting the Most From Your Media Metrics

    Early in the new year is the time when many communications professionals should take a closer look at the previous year’s program metrics and, armed with that data, define what constitutes success for the year ahead. As the industry continues to evolve and campaigns now feature a blend of earned, owned, and paid strategies, you have even more read more >

    When Brands Take a Stand

    Everyone knows two topics are taboo at the dinner table: politics and religion. That same truism has long been observed by brands (at dinner time and beyond). Yet, a recent survey from Sprout Social found that 66 percent of U.S. consumers want to see brands take a stand on social and political issues (a serious Catch-22 situation). In recent years read more >

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