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This famous beer brand’s latest advertisement is all about the importance of getting vaccinated (and being able to safely enjoy a beer with family and friends again soon). Samuel Adams’ “Your Cousin From Boston Gets Vaccinated” ad features a character who isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed. But even he made an appointment to get vaccinated against COVID-19. As a Denver ad firm, we’re always on the search for timely and meaningful ads, and this was one of our absolute favorites from the month of April.
“Tell us your marketing department is young and on TikTok without telling us your marketing department is young and on TikTok.” That’s a top comment on Coors’ latest commercial: America Has a New Thirst Trap, a 15-second ad promoting their new line of hard seltzer beverages. As a Denver marketing agency, we’re always on the search for emerging and innovative ads that are especially effective in reaching their target audience. And this ad brilliantly achieves exactly that.
Girls and women from every corner of the world watched on January 20th as Kamala Harris, the daughter of Indian and Jamaican immigrants, was sworn in as the first female Vice President of the United States. This historic milestone—and what it meant to young girls—was captured in a simple, but poignant film for Girl Up, a gender equality youth initiative of the UNF (United Nations Foundation). This short, purpose-driven advertisement titled “Today We Rise” was created in partnership with Ogilvy and Refinery29. And as a top marketing agency in Denver, we wanted to comment on what made this ad so impactful and special.
As the presidential race enters the final few weeks, we’ve all seen plenty of political ads. However, a new political ad in support of presidential-hopeful Joe Biden has caught everyone’s attention because it’s unlike any we’ve ever seen before. The ad centers on the fact that Donald Trump is the first U.S. president in more than 100 years who doesn’t have a dog. With the tagline, “choose your humans wisely,” the ad appeals to people across party lines through a beloved human interest: dogs. And it’s incredibly effective. Here’s why, according to a top Denver marketing firm.
It should go without saying that marketing is incredibly important to the success of your small business. Without the right marketing measures in place, you’ll fail to attract customers for your business. But that doesn’t mean any old generic marketing campaign will do the trick. Your tactics need to be well-targeted and appropriate for your business. And it’s not always easy to develop a campaign on your own. As Denver marketing experts, we’re here to help you navigate the right path towards marketing success.
According to Forbes, Generation Z (people born from 1995 to early 2010s) will make up 31% of the world’s population by 2021. This will make Gen Z the largest generation in the United States. As a business owner, you always want to be in-tune with your customer base. And as your target market continues to change and shift, you’ll need to rethink your marketing strategies. What once worked for Boomers won’t even get noticed by Gen Z. Don’t believe us? Here’s how Gen Z is impacting Denver marketing agencies every day.
When it comes to good advertising, it can be difficult knowing where to start. The internet is littered with ads on every page and tv and print advertising are just as ubiquitous. It can be really difficult to stand out from the crowd for your consumers. Let’s face it - we all can see upwards of thousands of ads per day! At FiG Advertising + Marketing, we are no stranger to researching and developing ads that stand out.
COVID-19 is impacting businesses across virtually every industry. Between stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and the resulting economic downturn, marketing has become more important than ever before. If businesses want to stay afloat amid all this turmoil and uncertainty, they’ll need to reevaluate their marketing strategy and look to the professionals for industry insights. During these trying times, top marketing firms in Denver are doing a number of things to ensure their clients still meet their marketing goals. Here are the top three strategies top firms are following.
Running a business can often feel like you’re sailing a boat: everything has to line up just right. You need the right equipment, an efficient sail, a sturdy design, tranquil waters, clear skies, and a breeze at your back. If all the elements line up perfectly, then it’s smooth sailing to your destination. And even if just one thing fails to line up, your boat won’t go anywhere. It’s the same situation for your small business. If even just one piece of your business is out of alignment, you can struggle to retain customers or make sales. It can be incredibly difficult to pinpoint the issue that’s impacting your brand. Through effective Denver market research, you can identify the problem in your business model and adjust it for a smoother sailing business.
In the spring of 2018, FiG began a partnership with an incredible fitness entrepreneur, Ashlee Van Buskirk. Ashlee had taken note of the broad knowledge gaps in fitness and nutrition nationwide. She had a vision to correct this problem by creating her own personal training and nutrition coaching business. In the especially competitive fitness space of Denver, FiG has helped turn that vision into reality with her new business, Whole Intent. Since our partnership began, FiG has implemented a variety of Denver content marketing services to establish Whole Intent within the city’s fitness space. We’re incredibly proud of how far we’ve come and we’re eager to continue to deliver even better results.