On this week’s #MSHUnderReview, Brandon and I sit down to chat about the importance of defining your marketing mix. We will also touch on some questions to ask yourself during the process of defining your 4 Ps of marketing for a new or existing offer.
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Kevin is a part of our web development support team, making him the go-to-guy for website functionality fixes. For him, it’s all about stepping off the beaten path and building something he’s otherwise unfamiliar with. And Kevin always knows how to enjoy himself and keep the mood light, whether he’s crafting a website or drawing up a new character on paper.
We recently invited our employees to tell us what they think about their city, and they had a lot to say. Give the video below a watch, and let us know if you agree.
This week, Brandon sits down with Phil Smith, Mainstreethost’s Content Manager, to discuss how a business can build trust with their audience through content and blogging. Watch and learn how you can apply this to your content marketing efforts.
On Wednesday, March 26, Twitter announced two new mobile features that allow photos to be more social.
She’s the proposal-processing, payroll-powering, morale-boosting matriarch of the office. Her name is Jenny Lipomi, and we’d be between a rock and a hard place without her. Her hands are in a little bit of everything, and she makes it her job to help out everyone and anyone who needs it.
Learn more about our Executive Assistant, her love for bowling and her extensive snow globe collection in this week’s edition of #MSHMondays.
As a marketer, I’m always looking for new ways and ideas to enhance my marketing efforts. For quite some time, I’ve been a proponent of integrated marketing, and then I heard a new term – synchronized marketing. Although my initial interest was the first word in the term – synchronized (as I was a synchronized swimmer for most of my life) – I recognized that this concept is deeper than that one familiar word.
Something clicked and I was enchanted by this concept…
This week, Brandon Koch and Courtney sit down to talk about marketing and branding. Often confused as interchangeable terms, we discuss what each term means, why they’re both important to your business, and some examples of companies with stellar branding strategies and marketing initiatives.
As we watched the surplus of brands, small businesses, media outlets, prominent individuals and coworkers roll out their April Fools’ Day pranks and jokes this Tuesday, we saw the convincing, the creative and the annoying, as well as the pranks we wished would come to actuality (smart gloves or LinkedIn for Cats, anyone?).
Though brands were wise not to turn a deaf ear to Tuesday’s April Fools’ Day tomfoolery. Both brands and their audience saw a great benefit from the fun and humor.
Justin Schultz is a longtime Mainstreethost employee. Since starting here over nine years ago, he has gone on to manage both the optimization and (more recently) customer service departments. When he gets the chance to slip away from work life, Justin makes a point of traveling the country to ski some of the best slopes in the US.
Learn more about Justin, his love for travel and scrappy canoe racing in this week’s edition of #MSHMondays
With Facebook’s most recent acquisition of virtual reality technology via Oculus VR, they plan to bring the world a social platform unlike any we’ve seen.
Perhaps you have something of great value to offer, but you’ve stagnated in a digital world where consumers have turned a blind eye. But there IS a way to give your marketing that keen edge you’re looking for.
Trade in your despair and hopelessness for hard-earned success, because it’s time to take your strategy in a very new direction.