Last month, the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) began a rebranding effort to change its look in the 2019 season. They announced the branding update on Twitter, releasing a new logo, a new slogan — “Make Way” — and a new partnership with AT&T. As a top brand development agency in the Denver area, FiG wanted to comment on this interesting branding move for such a large organization.
It’s no secret that digital advertising is gaining steam in our technology-centric society. In 2019, total U.S. digital ad spending is expected to exceed traditional ad spending by roughly $20 billion. Even though digital isn’t showing signs of slowing down, traditional advertising strategies are still highly effective and can have significant results. If it’s strategically planned and well executed, media buying in Denver can effectively reach your target audience and increase your ROI in marketing efforts.
For the past decade, the digital market space for advertisements has been playing an aggressive game of catch-up with traditional forms of advertisements.
When you think about great coffee or tea, do you see your local café? Our new client, Redcup Beverage, is bringing that coffee house flavor to offices in the Denver metro area. redcup offers fresh roasted coffee and organic teas, clean, fresh water and ice, and good-for-you snacks delivered right to your office.
If you spend any time on the internet, you’re probably familiar with using hashtags in social media (the pound sign--#). These are words and phrases that follow many social media posts. What you may not know is that hashtags are becoming more and more important for the success of social media marketing and small businesses, providing an advantageous way for businesses to connect with current and potential customers.
Last summer, Fig worked with CourtSide Consulting on their rebrand, creating a new logo and business card that better represented the company and their expertise in the HR consulting work they do.
You may think you understand social media and that the rules are common sense but many companies are realizing social media is a battlefield. For a company of any size, when you enter the social media world, the competition becomes fierce. How do you win a battle like this? To start with, you need a strategy. To help you gain the advantage, FiG suggest your take into account these 4 important steps when building a social media strategy.
Earlier in April Dish Network Corporation won Blockbuster Inc. in a bankruptcy auction for $320 million. Dish said the deal would open new ways to market its services. Also the deal follows two others this year led by Dish Chairman and CEO Charlie Ergen that could transform the company into a major provider of on-demand video through its satellite system and eventually over a wireless network for handheld devices, according to Yahoo News.
Large companies act small. It's all the rage among business gurus, and it's about time. The idea is that small business are nimble and capable of avoiding adversity rather than running into it full steam and hoping to absorb the blow. The marketing revolution of the 80's taught its proponents that the people need the company more than the company needs the people.