advertising

“Advertising is a universal term to TCAers. It’s not just about paying to have a brand placed somewhere, it’s in everything we do. “Advertising” has been around forever in different forms of communication, persuasion and relationship building, but the best understanding of advertising is one that is constantly evolving to fit the world around us. But at the end of the day, tactics change, but the principles stay the same. Advertising is at its best when we’ve done our jobs to create strategic, integrated ads within a larger marketing presence.”

– Anna

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Four Ways to Localize Restaurant Marketing

Are you using raising awareness about your restaurant’s offerings in the exact geographic areas you serve? If not, you should consider localizing your restaurant marketing …

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A Day in the Life of a Job Jacket

Most of us have a daily relationship with traffic and a job jacket is no exception. Starting with a team brainstorm, a jacket carries the …

Genericide: Are brands being destroyed by their own success?

“I am stuck on Band-Aid, ‘cause a Band-Aid’s stuck on me!” You’ve heard this commercial a million times— in fact, I’m sure you sang along …

How ‘Bout Them Super Bowl Ads?!

Millions of Americans tuned in to CBS last night hoping to watch a Super Bowl (and the 2019 Super Bowl commercials) that was hyped as …

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How To Stand Out with Campaign Piggy Backing

Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, many retailers are prepping for the influx of e-commerce traffic by offering competitive pricing sales and extending store hours. …

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Subscription Boxes: How to Attract (and Keep) New Business

The last few years have shown a skyward spike in the popularity of subscription boxes in the digital marketplace, with thousands of merchants available and …

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What is a Byline Article, and Should You Write One?

Have you ever come across an article on your favorite site to discover it was written by a contributing author from a firm like yours? …