When it comes to advertising, how something is communicated is just as important as what is being said. You can have the best content in the world, but if your creative assets don’t grab the attention of the target audience, the message will be missed.
“Dilly Dilly!” is a phrase that has almost been impossible to escape over the past couple months. Read on to learn the background of the phrase, how it’s impacted current culture and why the campaign has been a huge success.
Gone are the days of placing an advertisement and hoping for a positive impact. Marketing departments today have access to an array of metrics to track performance and plan for future improvement. These three sometimes-overlooked metrics can offer tremendous value in ensuring that after the ad has worked, the trail isn’t running cold.
Programmatic advertising: it sounds mysterious, automated and possibly a bit complicated. The truth? Yes, it is all of those things. But it’s also a cost-effective way to use digital advertising to target your audiences.
In the onslaught of Christmas commercials, it’s easy for companies to get lost in the crowd with just another fa-la-la-la message, but some transcend the ribbons and bows to tell a compelling story. Publix stands out as a prime example of how to tap into the meaning behind the season, which it does year after year in its advertising — and B2B companies can learn a thing or two from its heart-touching messages.
As B2B marketers, it’s easy to have moments of jealousy toward trendy consumer brands. But there’s no need for the marketing side eye. We’re still marketing to people, just like those consumer brands are, and success is about finding the right balance of creativity and strategy to ensure we’re speaking to their emotions and their more business-focused logic.