Tag: brand

Learn a lesson from Chick-fil-A

People here at VantagePoint will tell you that I am a big fan of Chick-fil-A. On my way to a client meeting yesterday, I had only a few minutes to grab a quick bite. I had two options: Chick-fil-A or another leading fast food restaurant that I won’t mention by name. Because of my brand […]

5 steps to Transformer-ing your brand

On Saturday, four Transformers came to my door. Of course, they were between the ages of 5 and 10, and it was Halloween, but still. They were there. My oldest son has watched the first movie so many times he knows the dialogue, and he rushed out to pick up the latest movie on DVD […]

A valuable marketing lesson from my lunch

So I decided to go to McDonalds for lunch. I only go a couple of times a month, but I had a coupon for their new 1/3-pound angus burger. And I’d seen an ad on TV. And an ad in the newspaper. Yes, the Mickey-D’s marketing machine was working on me – until it crashed […]

What We Can Learn From Leno

NBC’s experiment with primetime television begins tonight at 10 pm, with the premier of “The Jay Leno Show.” With the 10 pm time slot typically reserved for dramas — a least on the broadcast networks — NBC is forging new territory with this nightly primetime comedy/variety show. If we take a look at some of […]

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