Month: August 2015
The 60% of you not leveraging social media in your event marketing are missing out.
Integrating social media into your experiential campaign enables fans to be a part of the conversation and leverages user-generated content to create an immersive and personal experience.
‘Brands for life’,’Building trust’,’Clearly articulated purpose’-many important ideas. An article well worth the time. read full article
“Great experiential is like a good book. It has a beginning, middle and end. It draws you in, creates lasting memories long after it’s over and leaves you wanting more.”
Watch and see how Delta creates an experience for consumers that is personal, shareable and has a heartbeat of its own.
Stand out in the crowd, create an authentic experience and engage the audience by putting your customer first. This is Experiential marketing.
To fully optimize your brand’s engagement with consumers, you must have a complete understanding of cross-channel marketing and use it effectively.
Proud to be officially certified as a Woman Owned Small Business by the US Women’s Chamber of Commerce- Montage @montagemktg and USWCC are committed to driving success for women owned businesses
These are not only the secret ingredients, they are the table stakes of good marketing.
At Montage, it is important to us to help tell your brand’s story and build genuine connections with consumers. Read full article
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Step away from old marketing models & dive deeper into understanding the consumer to make an authentic connection.
Take a play from Ronda Rousey‘s playbook to build an authentic brand.
Experiential marketing pulls people into the brand, and that’s the real ROI.
5 Must Watch Customer-Centric TED Talks
“The ability to proactively guide the customer relationship, rather than simply respond to problems, can bring big benefits.” — A Wise Marketer Read Full Article
Relationships are rooted in authentic and genuine alignment with who you are. Brands that say they are something but don’t back it up with action will lose in the long run. If you say it, you have to mean it and do it.