5 Field Trips for Creative Inspiration
The Creative Process
Sometimes, we simply have to get out of our daily grind. This is especially true when we are making or creating something new. Today's blog post is your permission slip to play hooky with 5 Field Trips for Creative Inspiration.
Psst! The Secrets of Lifestyle Brands
A little Monday inspiration: We all have a creative side and the potential for greatness. Sometimes, however, all that creative energy can be hard to tap into. My blog post this week is all about the creative process, with tips on how to channel your inner artist.
Anatomy of a Marketing Plan - Metrics
So you want to have a lifestyle brand, huh? Better start with the lifestyle. Read the latest post on Tonic's blog, The Fizz, to learn how today's most fabulous brands pull it all off.
Anatomy of a Marketing Plan - Strategies and Tactics
We’ve been nerding out on marketing strategy all month long. As our grand finale, we’ll be talking about the grandaddy of marketing nerdom: metrics. Read the latest post for a discussion of how to measure, analyze and enhance your marketing efforts.
Anatomy of a Marketing Plan - The Objective
Let me break it down: In the anatomy of a marketing plan, strategies and tactics are the muscle, and “I am going to pump YOU UP!” (Ha, ha). But really though, Part 2 of Tonic’s planning series explains strategies and tactics and how to use them effectively. Check it out!
Why You Need a Marketing Plan
It’s a new year, a new you. Do you have a plan for where you want to go and how to get there? The Anatomy of a Marketing Plan series is designed to help. Up first: Objectives.
4 Strategic Tips for Evolving Your Brand
Repeat after me: “I need a marketing plan.” Very good! We’ve all thought it, all drawn up ideas on a whiteboard, probably put it on a to-do list somewhere. But the truth is, having a good written plan gives purpose to your marketing. My latest post, 'Why You Need a Marketing Plan' can help you get started.
Outsourcing: How Do You Find a Cultural Match?
Over time, many factors can affect the perception of a brand. To name a few, this might include changes in technology, new design or product trends, steeper competition, and evolving customer needs. To stay relevant and top of mind, we all must evolve. In this blog post, we'll share 4 strategic tips that can help you work toward creating that allusive, timeless brand.
As any hiring manager well knows, adding a new person to the team can be as much about cultural fit as experience. As more and more work is being assigned to freelancers and agencies, is it possible to outsource a cultural fit?