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Glint Adv November 8, 2016

Stuck in Time?

Do you feel like your digital interactions are on lock down, and the world of social media is moving on…

Glint Adv January 16, 2015
How Nonprofits Can Profit From Integrated Marketing

How Nonprofits Can Profit From Integrated Marketing

When it comes to marketing nonprofits, to those held accountable for it, the responsibility can be overwhelming.  If the person(s) in charge of the task is not trained or experienced in marketing communications, it’s easy for them to get bogged down in the voluminous combination of minutia and magic it takes to create a successful marketing program…“successful” being the key word.  Anybody can create and run a marketing campaign.  But not everybody can manage a successful marketing campaign.  Poor marketing campaigns happen for several reasons: Sometimes people don’t have the resources… or the time.  Sometimes, as is often the case with understaffed nonprofits, they don’t have a good idea of where to begin. (more…)

Glint Adv April 29, 2014
8 Simple Ways To Build Consumer Trust Through Your Online Presence

8 Simple Ways To Build Consumer Trust Through Your Online Presence

Building consumer trust in today’s digital world is no easy feat, especially when customers are able to uncover all the good and bad about your business in a matter of minutes using the internet. Despite this, there are many ways brands can utilize social media and their website to enhance consumer trust. (more…)

Glint Adv March 10, 2014
Integrated Marketing – Defying the Laws of Mathematics

Integrated Marketing – Defying the Laws of Mathematics

One plus one equals two. That’s what we all learn in school. But, my old calculus teacher, Mr. Saunders, would be dismayed to find that the same doesn’t hold true in the world of marketing. When a company subscribes to a carefully thought-out integrated marketing plan, they soon find that one plus one actually equals three (or if the campaign’s really good, even more). Although I don’t have a blackboard and chalk, I will attempt to explain this formula. (more…)