During these unique set of circumstances and uncertainty, it can be difficult to know whether you should be continuing your usual marketing practises, halting them entirely or devising new ways to communicate and support your customers or users.
If you didn’t know, TikTok is the social sharing platform taking the world by storm. You’ve likely seen videos reposted from the platform on Instagram or heard your kids or much younger siblings talking about it.
We talk a lot about our branding identity, image and personality, but we don’t really hear (get it?!) much about brand audible guidelines. Typically missed out of the standard brand guidelines, audio (or acoustic or sonic or sound) branding goes much deeper than your tone of voice.
Google recently unveiled the rebrand of Android. This includes everything from an updated wordmark, modernised colours and even a new and improved logo (known locally as Bugdroid). The overarching theme appears to be a focus on delivering a more premium and grown-up approach to the brand, alongside improving accessibility to meet the needs of a much wider customer base.
Guerilla marketing is a strategic approach which uses unconventional and unexpected interactions to boost the awareness of a brand, product or service. This is a publicity activity which has become increasingly popular in recent times due to increased capabilities and skills. The term was popularised by Jay Conrad Levinson’s 1984 book; Guerrilla Marketing.
Consumption is changing and food culture is transforming. With the combination of multiple macro factors and trends which ended up sticking around, traditional approaches to food are being uprooted and tossed out the window – primarily by the younger generations.
The sales of alcohol-free options such as beer and cocktails have exploded in recent times. The younger generations, particularly Gen Z but some Millennials are also following suit, are reducing or abstaining from alcohol altogether.
As you probably already know, influencer marketing is the process of working with highly influential individuals, typically on their blog or social media channels, to reach their audiences with your product or service. The overarching objective is to use the influencers powerful voice to boost the awareness and appeal of your brand.
Virality is something that every app creator wishes to achieve. After all what better way to boost your app downloads and retention than through the world being infatuated with your app as the next big thing.
You may have heard us mention content, once maybe twice… okay all the time, but content is super important. Without great content, brands and their agencies would be missing out on a plethora of opportunities to reach their buyers and generate high levels of engagement.