I don’t usually do this, but I feel compelled to let the cat out of the bag. Most companies that use their research to gain an edge over the competition keep their secrets under lock and key. This is just the nature of the game. But, when it comes to some things, uber-cool things, there is a time they must be shared. Fortunately, for everyone reading this, now is that time.
Archives for February 2010
(note: article was originally named “chili quake” as I am researching the amount of people that search for “Chili” as opposed to “Chile” :))
Increasing sales at a company can be a difficult task, especially when the economy is still recovering. One question that many business owners and marketing directors have, which I hear quite often, is: how can SEO services boost sales? In the past month alone I have heard this question asked 15+ times.
I had a meeting with a friend/associate today and we spoke about marketing luxury products (exotic cars, planes, estates, etc.) in a rocky economy. Our opinions slightly differed, and my perspective is based on a very e-centric (web-related) approach whereas his angle applies direct marketing tactics. This article will focus on my approach and analysis of marketing high-end products while competing with a struggling economy.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Los Angeles, California – Camtrol, Inc. has released a revolutionary, customizable camera stabilizing product that is taking the camera industry by storm. Via a proprietary design, the Camtrol allows users to capture photos and videos that were previously not possible with conventional camera equipment.
Being that I have studied logos and branding for many years, I feel compelled to write an article on the U.S. Department of Defense’s new Missile Defense Agency logo. Since its recent unveiling, it has been the center of a heated debate.