Once in a while I have a conversation about marketing with someone who gets it.
When reading marketing blogs and listening to the new marketing gurus, you often can’t help but think they reinvented how we do marketing. There is a lot of talk about the new way of communicating to your audience on social media and in the digital world.
The Verge is listing April Fool’s pranks from across the internet, from best to worst, today. Take a look yourself to see what some brands have come up with this year to fool their customers.
Storytelling is one of the best ways to learn and spark new ideas. That’s why Inbound Toronto – #inboundTO – organized their February event around the topic of startup success stories.
The Inbound Toronto organizers invited two of Toronto’s finest entrepreneurs to talk about how they transformed their idea into a reality, and how marketing played a part in their success.
You are probably surprised that I use spirituality and branding in the same sentence. The two are closer connected than you might expect. And I’m convinced that with spirituality at the core of your brand you can shine and stand out in an overburdened social media world and rekindle glutted audiences who are desperately looking for meaningful and inspiring brands.
Because they are too many artificial voices out there.
From big brands to start-ups, from non-profits to entrepreneurs, we not only have the opportunity but the obligation to tell the truth.
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A communications rebel uses his or her true voice to initiate action for the betterment of the world around him or her. A communications rebel is not afraid to break the mold and to use unconventional methods to get his or her point across. To be able to speak from the heart is what makes a communications rebel so powerful and inspiring. Are you a communications rebel?
You know a rebel brand when you see it. Well, in this case I knew I had encountered a #rebelbrand when I tasted it. I’m talking about a sweet and delicious crêpe as you would normally find them in France.
On a road trip to Monterey, California, my husband and I stumbled upon Crêpes of Brittany, a small eatery on Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf. You wouldn’t expect an authentic French culinary experience on a pier that is lined with seafood restaurants and tourist gift shops.