The future of brand-building is more than storytelling and design – it’s more about creating a brand world. As our attention moves beyond the screen, stories will become even less linear and more choose-your-own-adventure. Design systems will continue to grow beyond visual elements and into the domains of sound, space and motion.
Challenges around mobile marketing can be overwhelming at times, especially when it comes to making the right call on where and when to spend marketing dollars effectively. That’s why it’s key to understand the four common mistakes many retailers make with their mobile marketing strategy, and how they can be remedied.
Long before DTCs and DNVBs rode social, mobile, and ecommerce to steal mindshare and market share, the earliest, largest CPG brands were built with broad reach on television. Ever since, a digital divide has separated winners and losers. Now, with streaming hot, TV has joined the upstarts in the CPG digital marketers’ basket.
Most retailers reacted swiftly during the pandemic, creating an online presence or enhancing an existing one. Now many of them are wondering how to stay relevant and competitive in the “next normal.” How can you seamlessly blend the digital and in-person experience to offer the best possible customer experience? Here are some tips.
Creating social media content will always be fun, but it quickly becomes less so when you’re running out of ideas. This happens to just about everyone. So, if you wake up one day at a loss on what to post for your audience on social media, don’t fret. There are plenty of possibilities when it comes to social media marketing content.
While many CPG marketers now account for major consumer behavior shifts, the most successful seek to better understand and respond to trends in the context of their own product mix. Now a channel-agnostic approach to interpreting market signals most relevant to their own product mix is fueling smarter marketing decisions.
Even if your brand has a good website and a robust email distribution list, social media is still the crest of the mightiest wave. There’s no better way to expand your audience and find new customers. The question is, how do we capitalize on this juggernaut? What’s up for this year and what’s the best way to leverage it?
Saying coupon fraud costs the retail industry $100M/year is an oversimplification of the problem. Yes, that is the aggregated face value of mis-redeemed offers, but it doesn’t reflect all of the costs borne by industry players. Here’s a breakdown of how it affects manufacturers, retailers and consumers, and how to mitigate the impact.