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The pandemic and resulting economic downturn changed just about every aspect of our lives. We hunkered down in March of 2020 thinking quarantine would last only two weeks. Fast forward to the present day, over a year later, and we are still following strict guidelines to slow the spread, despite nearly 50% of American adults having received at least one vaccine dose. As a small business owner, you have undoubtedly been impacted by the pandemic in profound ways. And even with the relief packages, your business may still be struggling, especially in terms of your marketing. Here’s how COVID-19 has changed marketing for small businesses.
Once again, our marketers at Real FiG Advertising + Marketing are proud to announce another budding partnership. Our Denver web designers recently began working with Lavoro Consulting, a commercial real estate consulting agency. The CRE experts at Lavoro wanted to expand their digital presence, and FiG was more than thrilled by the opportunity to help.
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.
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.
In the great state of Colorado, there are currently over 560,000 small businesses. Each day that number increases a little more with the establishment of new small businesses. More businesses mean more competitive markets. If you hope to succeed amid steep competition, your business needs to specialize and hone in on a specific niche. That’s often easier said than done. The perfect niche can be elusive and many struggle to find the right niche for their specialty. You can simplify this process by working with a leading market research agency. When you let the pros conduct your market research in Denver, you’ll get the key insights you need to support your business success for years to come.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is just around the corner (beginning June 12th) and both official and “ambush sponsors” are hot to push new ad campaigns!
Denver marketing agency FiG Advertising is happy to announce we will be working with Active Rx on a marketing audit and plan.
Through financial trouble, talks of job cuts and a merger, American Airlines looks to renew and refresh their brand identity. So, to kick off 2013, the company revealed the first changes in 40 years: a new logo, look, and ad campaign.