From understanding gross rating points to measuring reach and frequency, an effective media strategy involves a lot of science, but also a bit of art as well. If you’re not in the business, it can be a lot to manage. We offer four compelling reasons to hire us as your media buyer and get the biggest bang for your advertising budget.
Clients often ask us for professional headshots to use in various marketing materials and for PR purposes. If you’re like me, most people hate getting their photo taken. However, it’s easy to get the most out of your headshot and reduce some of the stress that comes along with showing us your pearly whites.
From SEO to PPC, digital marketing terms can look like alphabet soup to the untrained eye. However, search engines, like Google, are where people turn for information in our digital age, so it’s important to understand how they work, and how to use them to your advantage.
A successful marketing strategy employs a variety of media––including paid, earned, owned and shared––in a combination that drives the results you want. At Market Mentors, we can help design, develop and deploy the best plan for your business.
Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday conceived by American Express Corporation as a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday as a means to stimulate local economies, initiatives and organizations. We hope to give you some food for thought before you make that online or big box store purchase.
All too often, businesses adopt the belief that “if you build it, they will come.” The truth is, all products and services, no matter how good, will go unused if no one knows about them. Don’t be the best-kept secret.
When meeting the team at Market Mentors, no spin around the office is complete without stopping by the audio studio. If you have ever felt intimidated by a studio setting, consider our recording space the antidote to the cold, dark environs you may have visited in your travels.
Got a claim? Be sure to back it up! One of my favorite scenes in the movie “Elf” is the one in the coffee shop. “World’s best cup of coffee!” Wow!
This scene is hilarious, but it illustrates a trap that is all too common in advertising. While your parents may believe you are the best, the rest of us need proof.