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5 Tips to Increase Your Google SEO Ranking

5 Tips to Increase Your Google SEO Ranking

Posted on Jun 13, 2019 by Da Jin Kim

When it comes to the digital marketing world, SEO is one of the best (and free!) ways to gain more traffic to your website. While paying for posts is great, more and more consumers are getting skeptical about posts that are flagged “sponsored.”For those who aren’t quite sure what the term SEO is all about, it stands for Search Engine Optimization. This basically translates to the organic way of getting your content to show up closer to the top of certain search engines like Google. Continue Reading →

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Why Apple’s New Ad Is Absolutely Genius

Why Apple’s New Ad Is Absolutely Genius

Posted on Apr 11, 2019 by Da Jin Kim

This week Apple released a new ad that is, quite frankly, as unlike Apple as can be. While Apple has for years been acclaimed for its eloquent, clean, inspiring, and rather calculated advertisements featuring its products, this week’s ad featured products in a much more realistic setting. Though the popularity of products from iPhones to AirPods is so prevalent that Apple no longer has to reiterate its slogan of “think different,” Apple has always been rooted to this famous catchphrase. Continue Reading →

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Marketing & Advertising: Can You Name the Difference?

Marketing & Advertising: Can You Name the Difference?

Posted on Mar 27, 2019 by Da Jin Kim

Although advertising and marketing are often used interchangeably, the two terms represent different aspects of the business process. While marketing encompasses the entire process of selling a product or service to a certain audience, advertising focuses on a particular facet of this process.  Continue Reading →

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How The Big Brands Leveraged Wimbledon and the World Cup

How The Big Brands Leveraged Wimbledon and the World Cup

Posted on Jul 19, 2018 by Courtney Bateson

With Wimbledon and the World Cup being two of the world’s most famous sporting events, they are lucrative opportunities for marketers to get their brands in front of a global audience. From ad campaigns to competitions, limited edition collections to in-store activations, marketers of the big brands have been making effective use of their budgets to associate themselves with these events and engage with their audience, in hopes that they will raise brand awareness and more importantly, get a return on investment.

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Corporate Culture: From Product to People

Corporate Culture: From Product to People

Posted on Jun 27, 2018 by Natalie Matthews

Culture; a word that has taken the corporate world by storm in the last decade. From how workplaces communicate, dress and think to the personalities they boast to their audiences, people are beginning to place labels on certain companies and their brands as a result of the people that represent them. Research shows that a company’s “culture”, is now one of the leading determining factors of candidate fit in hiring and recruitment practices.

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Marketing Strategies For Nonprofits: Creating Return For Donors On A Budget

Marketing Strategies For Nonprofits: Creating Return For Donors On A Budget

Posted on Jun 11, 2018 by Natalie Matthews

Unlike for-profit corporations, nonprofit organizations have much smaller budgets for marketing and advertising than some may anticipate. Unfortunately, many people tend to view these expenses as counter to the reasons they originally gave to a certain cause. As companies are forced to become more transparent in the age of clear and precise communication as well as more personal producer-consumer relationships, people are wanting to see their money go directly towards the receivers of work done by organizations which they decide to give to. Nowadays, these donations are seen more as an investment than just a gift. Although it is understandable that donors give to see results, nonprofits struggle with a lack of ability to grow their reach because of their hesitancy to fund campaigns which have the potential to do so.

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