Category : Positioning
As a PR professional, one of my least favorite calls from a client is the one that begins, “Uh, we might have a little crisis in the works, we’ve got reporters requesting interviews for tomorrow morning’s paper and we need your help.”
I survived SXSWi 2011 and all I got was this lousy t-shirt. Okay, I kid. This year’s conference actually served for some great networking opportunities and some solid presentations and heated panel discussions around branding, marketing, business and social media.
The large and fast-growing U.S. Hispanic market has been intriguing marketers lately. There are around 50 million Hispanics in the U.S., about one-fifth of the U.S. population. More significantly, Hispanics account for at least half of U.S. population growth.
One of the biggest challenges I see on a daily basis with clients is how to deliver value propositions. Most businesses are started to fill an unmet need in the market place with their product or service. The catch is that so much attention goes into developing the vendor product or service, over time it’s…
When you’re putting together an integrated communications plan, one of the very first things you need to do is to define your ideal customers. This is important in every aspect of communications and is absolutely critical for good public relations. But even if you seem to have a clear vision of your customers’ demographics, you may be missing the point. Why?