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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.
For most small business owners, content marketing can feel like a mysterious and complicated task. From the content creation to the overall strategy, you might feel overwhelmed by the idea of content marketing. But, it’s easier than you might think to develop a successful strategy for content marketing in Denver. We developed a handy guide to make the process a little simpler and easier for you and your business.
Let’s face facts: the human race has come a long way from our hunter-gatherer days. Our ancestors scrounged for small scraps of food; today, you can grab lunch at a restaurant on any corner. Even better - you can have gourmet meals delivered right to your door. The food industry is crowded, especially in Denver, and consumers can get any food they want with just the press of a button. To stay afloat, restaurants need to market themselves effectively. Today, restaurant marketing in Denver is more important than ever before.
With the emergence of virtual reality (VR) software on the tech scene, potential users from all demographics are scrambling to become a part of the action. This leaves marketers wondering "What is virtual reality?" and "How can we incorporate our brands into this new technology?" and stay at the forefront of the ever-evolving industry.
You’re in for a “punny” surprise with September’s Ad of the Month. Geico started a commercial series called, “It’s Not Surprising,” this month with the Martin Agency. We found the series to be cheesy, but attention grabbing.
We discussed content marketing and marketing automation two years ago. With 42%-46% of marketing budgets expected to go into content development this year, we thought it made sense to revisit how digital best practices will impact your business in 2016.
As you may know, FiG functions as the media agency for a number of our clients. This month's case study dives in to our recent media buy for client Fight To Win.
In 2009, Denver brand agency, FiG Advertising and Marketing was born. Thanks to our two founders, a better way to interact with clients throughout the creative process became our foundation. Since then, the company has grown to 8, moved into a new office and we are happy to be celebrating our 4th anniversary!