Category Archives: Advertising

Google Places – Help customers find you on Google Maps

Do you want to know the best way to move your website up in search engine rankings and to be found on the internet? Use Google Places to create a free listing.When potential customers search Maps for local information, they’ll … Continue reading

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Golf Tournaments – Sponsoring Holes and Signage

A couple of years ago I wrote about sponsoring golf holes as a marketing strategy and it is always in the top 25 most read posts each year. You can read the entire post by clicking here. In that post … Continue reading

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Brands in The News

These three stories caught my eye this week so I thought I would share them with you. Old Spice Announces a New Campaign Former football player Isaiah Mustafa has just been featured in this teaser on YouTube in advance of … Continue reading

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Is This Where Billboards Are Going?

A while back I wrote a blog post about QR Codes like the one above. To refresh your memory a QR code is a unique image that when scanned by an iPhone or similar device it will link you back … Continue reading

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Vanity Bar Codes

I ran across this company during one of my marathon internet marketing gleaning sessions and thought it deserved a mention. It is called Vanity Barcodes and they take a simple barcode and turn it into a branding opportunity. Vanity Barcodes‘ … Continue reading

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A Great Marketing Idea For Wineries

How  many times have you enjoyed a bottle of wine and forgot to write down the name or were served it at a friend’s or a restaurant and the bottle got recycled before you had a chance to jot the … Continue reading

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How Men and Women Clip Coupons Differently

According to research by The Integer Group and M/A/R/C Research women are primarily responsible for clipping coupons. Newspapers and direct mail/circulars hold the top spots for finding deals with men more likely to go online to source a coupon than … Continue reading

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