Digital Marketing

3 Ways to Incorporate Nostalgia in Marketing

3 Ways to Incorporate Nostalgia in Marketing

How do you define nostalgia? It’s unique to everyone, but there is one thing that’s common to us all: It has a sensory trigger that brings back memories of unfettered happiness. Use these three tactics to incorporate feelings of nostalgia in your every day marketing and advertising efforts.

Content Marketing

How to Cross the Visual Content Canyon

How to Cross the Visual Content Canyon

What’s happening right now in the visual content space is eerily similar to what happened with Big Data. Marketers are facing two—seemingly contradictory—problems: Not enough visual content and too much visual content. Here’s how content marketers can overcome this “content canyon” and strike the right balance with consumers.

Digital Marketing

3 Steps for Getting Your Brand on the Back-to-School Shopping List


For big players and up-and-coming brands alike, it doesn’t matter how creative your advertising is. If you don’t take the time to tailor your message to the right consumer, it will get lost in the noise. To get on this year’s lucrative back-to-school shopping list, you need to tap into the power of flawlessly targeted social media campaigns and customer-specific messaging.

Community Management

4 Ways To Fix Your Facebook Problem


There has been a ton of conversation around Facebook’s declining organic reach for businesses. I wrote about it recently in a very popular post on this blog. Continuing the conversation, my brilliant friend and collaborator Robert Rose from Content Marketing Institute wanted to get some thinking about Facebook from a few colleagues, so he asked […]

Social Media Case Studies, Social Image of the Week

Real-Life Instagram Project Filters In Unique View of London

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Just when you thought snapping and sharing photos on Instagram couldn’t get any more addictive, a creative new project out of London is making waves for bringing the platform’s beloved attributes into the read world. Called “Real-Life Instagram,” artist Bruno Ribeiro has placed cardboard cutouts resembling Instagram’s photo frame complete with filters alongside some of […]

Social Media Strategy

The World’s First Instagram Hotel Gets Rave Reviews

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In an age where the hashtags like #travel, #travelgram, #traveling and #travelingram have millions of posts on Instagram (and counting!), it’s not all that surprising that an entrepreneurial hotel chain would attempt to cater to people’s snap happy travel preferences. Case and point – the world’s first “Instagram Hotel.” Located in Sydney, Australia, the 1888 […]