If you are like many people, you may be wondering about the best way to celebrate the holidays this season.
As the world grapples with COVID-19, everyone will be making adjustments. This includes families, businesses, and even brands.
With the oldest of Generation Z graduating college and entering the workforce, it’s time to set your sights on this powerful consumer demographic.
Who are these Gen Z individuals, and what is the most effective way to reach them? While many media companies have written them off as “screen addicts,” Gen Z is actually very nimble, engaged, and unique.
Although postcards are one of today’s beloved print pieces, they had a humble beginning. Direct Mail Postcards followed a little later.
The earliest postcard dates back to 1840 when an English man named Theodore Hook sent one to himself. By 1861, the US Congress allowed privately printed cards, weighing one ounce or under, to be sent through the mail. That year, John P. Charlton copyrighted the first postcard, and by 1901 postcards were a regular part of mailed communication.
When it comes to marketing, one detail people often overlook is how pricing comes in to play and how it might affect your narrative. Sell the story, not just the product.
If you think pricing is an insignificant part of your messaging, you should think again. Pricing is a marketing tool, not simply a way to get money. And while marketing may change your pricing, the opposite is also true – pricing should change your marketing.