Status quos are made to be broken. Shaken. And slapped across the face.
If you want to keep doing what you're doing because it's safe, have at it.
But if you believe you can change the world through bold ideas,
we're crazy enough to take on the challenge.
Okay we're not Google. But we're still pretty darn innovative. That's because we have a hungry team driven to knock every project out of the park. Everything we do starts with an idea. And the way we see it, if good ideas can change the world, imagine what they can do to grow your business.
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TOP 3 STATES for vaccination rates, 6 years and counting.
It's a new year—which means finance marketing professionals have new things to tackle to effectively reach their end consumers. But when it comes to keeping customers or members interested in what you have to offer, there are a few things that we predict will ring true in 2019.
Take a peek at our rundown of some key points every bank or credit union marketer should know heading into 2019.
One of the oldest and most effective forms of marketing is influencer marketing. The idea that we as a society prefer listening to someone we trust rather than a company trying to sell a product is one that dates back to the early days of marketing. Influencer marketing has taken many forms over the years, but it untimely began with brands reaching out to famous personalities or personas. Think about the 1950s Marlboro Man promoting cigarettes.
Today, influencer marketing endures as one of the most effective methods of product or service communication to potential customers. It’s predicted by Schlesinger Associates that 84% of marketers are planning on taking up an influencer-marketing campaign in the next year.
Another quarter has come and gone here at the Epicenter and, this time, one of our treasured creative directors came out on top—Katie Levitt.