Despite all of the negative press, and Facebook’s moves to protect consumers’ data, it is still a necessary platform to advertise on. You just have to adjust your strategy.
Blog Posts - strategic planning
The media industry is constantly experiencing change, especially with the advancements in technology and major shifts in consumer viewing habits. Marketers are trying to understand how new digital capabilities fit into their marketing plans and there are a few trends that are repeatedly showing up in conversations. These trends are the effect of the new digital age and will continue to see growth in the future.
How should your brand market to Millennials? How about Gen X? Or even Baby Boomers? Where are these audiences? Learn more about where these audiences are and how we as advertisers can reach them and make our campaigns most effective.
When I joined Texas Creative as an intern, I thought I knew I thing or two about advertising. I didn’t. So after 6 months of working in the industry, these are the top five misconceptions I had about advertising, and what I found out.
It’s June, which means the 2017 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity is underway. This is the time of year I always find a renewed sense of creative inspiration from reviewing all the great collective work the world is producing. It’s too early to call out key themes or trends from the winner’s circle that we can all admire and learn from; so instead, I’ve curated a list of some of my favorites this year, as well as some classics worth paying homage to that continually craft the case for creativity.
Many times we encounter clients that want to include digital advertising into their media mix but have no idea where to start. Help them understand the importance of strategic planning and some useful tools to consider as part of the process.
Everybody’s doing it. Social media that is. But not everybody is doing it right. I’ve come up with three questions that, once answered, will give you nearly all the insight you need to come up with a killer social media strategy. And no, just posting updates and funny memes is not a strategy.
When you ask someone to define what normal looks like, their answer will probably give you insight into their generation. Here are a few things that have evolved over time to what is now defined as the “new normal”, and what it all means to your marketing plan.
As a mother, I can’t help but hear Generation Z and immediately think World War Z or the Zombie Apocalypse. Maybe, like every stereotyped aging person from past generations, I’m also frightened by children today — their fashion sense, their technological influence or their absolute disregard for privacy.