Or, Potty Humor Marketing. Whichever. It is incredible what copywriters will do to snaz up a basic item. Poo-Pourri My bestie, being a conscientious individual and a person who loves to have guests over and throws house parties, has invested a lot in this product for his bathrooms. And as the company has come out… Continue reading Potty Marketing with Humor
So I haven't written a blog post in a bit for THIS blog, but I did write one for the company I work for. Check it out by clicking here!
Make Your Emails Useful to Me, Please
Having gone to an all-inclusive for our Honeymoon, my husband (still get goosebumps writing that) and I secured another vacation for our anniversary. Now, he and I are constantly getting emails for sales and specials to take more vacations. Instead of this, wouldn't it make more sense to send us emails up-selling the vacation we're… Continue reading Make Your Emails Useful to Me, Please
@BoingoMedia @PerrierJouet @movableink – I Tweeted for you, but did it help?
I just realized that my past three Tweets have been to help promote other businesses. Why did I do it? For one of them, I tried to win something. For another, I was helping to donate something. And for the other, I got a glass of wine for it. But was it effective for them?… Continue reading @BoingoMedia @PerrierJouet @movableink – I Tweeted for you, but did it help?
So I snuck into the OMMA conference…
...ok, so not really. But they did stream it online and at that particular time at that particular day, there were no conference calls or feedback or research I had to do, and so I got to listen. And while the panelists had great things to say, the conversation sparked a thought I had. So,… Continue reading So I snuck into the OMMA conference…
Programmatic- what’s old is new
As some of you know, I have recently switched jobs and I am back in the media world! I'm very excited to take on new adventures and go back to learning about new media. One of the reasons why I started this blog was so that I could get everything out of my brain on… Continue reading Programmatic- what’s old is new
Two Juxtapositions of a Woman
This is a re-post from something I wrote for the Femfessionals Orlando group that I belong to. If you live in Orlando and are a lady, you should think about joining the private Facebook group and maybe even becoming a member! It's my most favorite organization I'm a part of (and I'm a part of… Continue reading Two Juxtapositions of a Woman
Playing with Pinterest
So I got my first "how to" request from a fan! She didn't know it, but yup, I'm considering it a blog post request. 🙂 And so here we go! (Hint: If you can't see the picture because it's too small, click on it and it should open up in another window much bigger for… Continue reading Playing with Pinterest
A Walk Through the Vine
Vine has only been around since January and it's become a social medium that advertisers have found to be a useful way to get people to engage with their brands and share their message. The Social Side There's a new fifteen-year old that has more likes on Vine than Bieber has on Twitter. He's so… Continue reading A Walk Through the Vine
Chipotle and PooPourrie are great, but will they stick in my head like Honda Diesel has?
Just this week two of what I now consider the greatest long-form advertisements has been leveraged on YouTube. Have you seen them yet? Well, if you aren't on Facebook at least twice a day you might have missed one. Here they are: Poo-Pourie had my co-workers and I sucked in within the first five seconds.… Continue reading Chipotle and PooPourrie are great, but will they stick in my head like Honda Diesel has?