Something old and something new is a great philosophy with which to power an awesome outreach marketing strategy. Hollywood Branded hit that nail on the head with a project they recently did for their client, PassionRoses. Hollywood Branded used a more traditional marketing tactic—working with a celebrity—and morphed their strategy […]
The Amsterdam Airport has embarked on a new kind of social media content which features beautiful user-generated images from Instagram users all over the world. Find out how this creative campaign is driving engagement and increasing tourism.
As if Jimmy Fallon’s shows weren’t enough fun already, GE has partnered with the show to offer some creative Fallonventions as part of their #SomeoneShouldInvent social media campaign.
Snapchat generated headlines again this week by announcing the addition of Chat, a feature that allows users to text and video message in real-time. As Snapchat continues to grow and evolve, so does its user base of brands that are engaging with fans through the app. Here are five creative examples of how companies and organizations are using Snapchat to inspire your marketing efforts.
If you could ask your car a question, what would you ask? This creative new social media campaign from MINI allows fans to pose questions to the car, which are then answered by the company through video and social networks.
With the eyes of the world on the Boston Marathon this past Monday, The Boston Athletic Association leveraged social media to bring people together, while communicating important race information. From providing real-time race updates, to commemorating this year’s marathon as one of remembrance and celebration, here are a few social media content highlights from the event.
Developing a close relationship between your brand and your advocates can make a huge difference in generating awareness, brand loyalty, and ultimately sales for your company. Learn how to nurture your influence relationships for maximum success.
An innovative brand with a unique business model needs a creative way to market themselves. Unclaimed Baggage found a new way to engage bloggers and grow their brand, while earning their place as our outreach marketing example of the month.
We’ve all heard marketers proclaim that, “content is king,” but the rise in popularity of visual social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, SlideShare and Vine, have ushered in an era welcoming visual storytelling as a breakout marketing trend for 2014. Similar to how people grow relationships with each […]
According to H&R Block, the American Hipster is in a deep crisis – a Hipster Tax Crisis. Leading into the 2014 tax season, the company launched a satirical campaign with a cause-marketing element that pokes fun at Hipsters who are, “struggling to file taxes in non-ironic ways.” Created with the […]
Oh, April Fools’ Day! Each year, brands try to come up with clever pranks that spark laughter and the occasional “gotcha.” From spray-on yoga pants from Lululemon and Pledge, to renting out your desk on Airbnb and even DIY toupee accessories from Modcloth, this year’s good natured fun was a […]
Clever campaigns will always have a place on social platforms, but there’s no denying that many brands are using sweepstakes to attract leads and draw them through the funnel. Games and contests can capture the attention of even distracted readers and act as a powerful catalyst for spreading a brand’s […]
Picture this: you’re waiting for the bus and in the middle of a busy London street and a tiger walks right up to the bus stop window and stares you down. What would you do? You’d probably start to panic, right? Maybe consider making a run for it? Then, just […]
One of the many things I absolutely love about my job at GroupHigh is that I get to talk to PR and marketing professionals on a daily basis. I soak up everything that they’re doing so I can share it with my readers. Something I’m seeing a shift toward—which I […]
Influencer marketing has become a little convoluted and confusing if you ask me. So, for the sake of this post and how I like to market, I’m going to dumb the term down a bit and say that the gist of what we want to do as marketers is make […]