Can an old dog learn new tricks? The answer is yes, and with all due respect, your business may be an old dog. Just because your business has stood the test of time and remained strong doesn’t mean there is not room for improvement. The business world does not stand still, and in order to keep up with its constant need to move and change, your business needs to adapt to it. Among other elements of business, methods for attracting clients seem to shift rapidly in line with cultural and market forces.
Posted on Feb 21, 2017 by Alyssa Zucker
“Fast Paced” is an understatement when it comes to describing today’s society. People are busy, constantly on the run, and have very little time for themselves. It is a common sight to see people all around looking down at their phones while they eat, walk, and go through their days. So why make an email that can only be viewed on the computer?
Posted on Sep 08, 2016 by Kate Gothing
When it comes to developing and designing a website, there are two options. Hiring a professional agency to handle the coding and upkeep of the website, or doing it yourself with programs already online. It’s great that sites like Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, etc. are around for those who need them but lack the funds for a web developer or time to learn to code. But unfortunately, the DIY websites aren’t the best choice for everyone. Yes, you will be paying more than $20 a month for your site, but if you were to hire a professional, you would have the freedom to create something that fits your company’s personality. Continue Reading →
Posted on Aug 09, 2016 by Kate Gothing
On July 28th, 2016, Clutch released their picks for the Top Email Marketing Agencies and of the fifteen from around the world, HMG Creative was selected. We couldn’t be happier about being featured, and now we are here to share our secrets. Email marketing can be considered an art because of the designs, content and the ability to bring attention to the message. Though, more and more consumers are learning how to avoid marketing emails and businesses are suffering from it. Continue Reading →
Posted on Apr 27, 2015 by Emily Weeks
Have you heard of drip marketing? To give you a real-life reference, the phrase comes from “drip irrigation”—the agricultural process of watering plants and crops with a small amount of water over a long period of time. Hopefully I haven’t lost you yet, because when applied to marketing and sales it’s a lot less boring. Essentially, with a drip marketing campaign, short, quick bursts of sales content are sent out (for example, via email) over a designated period of time. Drip marketing contrasts to bombarding customers with an overload of marketing material that they’d most likely toss to the side, or send right to spam. Still confused? Check out this infographic for ideas on how to launch your own drip marketing campaign.