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Coffee: A Designer’s Best Friend

Strong, plunger pot, arabica cream, aromatic, cup barista, espresso latte, wings sugar, macchiato eu, carajillo variety so lungo doppio flavour a aftertaste. Qui cultivar café au lait, eu seasonal frappuccino, fair trade foam skinny beans latte irish coffee strong. Spoon…

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Relationship Marketing

When was the last time you communicated with your customers? Was it just to send them an invoice? Communication is a two–way street that involves both speaking and listening. Customers who feel like you are really listening to their responses…

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Taking Stock of Images

Each issue of Consumer Reports magazine includes a page called “Selling It: Goofs, Glitches and Gotchas,” a round–up of advertising, marketing and packaging “bloopers.” Occasionally, they show ads that feature the same models appearing in promotional materials for competing products,…

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Building Your Brand

Whether you work in a small business or a huge corporation, every time you send a letter or hand out a business card, your materials convey a marketing message. Your company's visual identity or “brand” differentiates your business from others…

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Is It Time for a Redesign?

Are you planning a redesign of your marketing collateral in the near future? How about your statements and invoices? If so, this is a perfect opportunity to incorporate new elements, such as customization, segmentation and 1:1 personalization to increase the…

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You’ve Got Brand Personality

Legendary companies like Harley-Davidson and Nike don’t have customers. They have brand loyalists who will spend money hand-over-fist to prove their devotion. Why? Because each company has invested millions in creating its own distinct personality with which its target customers…

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What’s Your Incentive?

Any good direct mail or multi-channel marketing program includes a call to action. You want the recipient to make a phone call. Visit a website. Make a donation or request a sales call. But unless recipients have an immediate need…

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How to Develop a Brand Persona

Tony the Tiger. Geico's Gecko. Mr. Peanut. The Michelin Man. The Pillsbury Doughboy. The MGM Lion. Whether on posters, in magazine advertisements, or on direct mail pieces, these and other high-identity personas create brand identification. When consumers see them, they…

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