If you're not using an integrated marketing strategy, then you might want to rethink your approach. Executing an integrated marketing campaign is really all about identifying the channels that work best for your company or organization and leveraging them to make the most impact. But to ensure success, it's important to understand and expand upon past success. Gathering critical information and marketing intelligence is an important part of any integrated marketing strategy. Understanding and using the right analytics to track and measure success is not only important for the success of a current campaign but for future campaigns as well.
Okay, I will save my, “Your brand is bigger than your logo,” speech for another time. Today I want to focus on reasons why you should change or consider changing the most important, outward facing components of your brand:
The state of marketing is in constant and rapid flux. There are now more places than ever to spend marketing dollars and the pressure to create campaigns and content to use across all these channels is a real thing. That’s why everyone now talks about “integrated marketing”.
As a rising Junior at the University of Dayton, I was so thankful that Thread Marketing Group offered me an internship position for Summer 2019 in my hometown of Toledo, OH. A first internship entails many learning opportunities for any student, but I didn’t expect to learn as much as I did. Throughout the past 3 months, I’ve been working with various clients across service lines including PR, Social Media, Web, etc, and these are the 5 main things that I have learned about working in the business world with professional adults.
We are pleased to announce the addition of Kevin P. Mullan, Vice President, New Business Development to the Thread team.
As Mental Health Awareness month reaches its end, we need to find a way to continue this conversation and make the workplace environment a positive and healthy place. Let’s face it, there is stigma surrounding mental health because it can be a tricky topic to discuss at work.
Data from the Center for Workplace Mental Health indicates that employees with depression miss an average of 31.4 workdays each year and lost another 27.9 workdays to nonproductive time, costing employers an estimated $44 billion annually.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In a world that is increasingly opening to – and understanding those with – mental health issues, it’s no surprise that Mental Health Awareness Month is now a firmer fixture on calendars and in organizations around the U.S.