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DeanHouston/Exhibit Logistics Helping Slow Spread of COVID-19 and Keep Local People Employed By Producing Reusable Face Masks With Large-Format Digital Printer
CINCINNATI, OH – April 17, 2020 – DeanHouston, Inc., a leading full-service, business-to-business, integrated marketing communications firm, announced the decision to convert the company’s Exhibit Logistics large-format printing capabilities to include the manufacturing of washable, double-layered, cloth face masks. The reusable face masks were made to help slow the spread of COVID-19 for essential businesses […]
DeanHouston, Inc., a leading full-service, business-to-business, integrated marketing communications firm, announced today that it has opened a new office in Nashville, TN. DeanHouston has strategically expanded to lay the foundation for anticipated growth opportunities in that region.
Picture a detective in an old-timey TV show. He arrives on the scene – sporting a fedora and trench coat – and all the local police are stumped. Guided by no clues or evidence, he decides to pursue someone as a primary suspect. Why? Because he has a hunch. If you pull back to reality, […]
The world runs on the internet. To grow as a company, it’s important that your customers have easy access to your website to purchase your product or service. You need a great website, which means you need a great server.
Instead of trying to appear smart to your audience, be clear with them. Clarity is important in any form of communication, whether that’s marketing, public speaking or trying to win an argument with a significant other. As a reader, it’s frustrating to feel lost in the conversation.
So – you’ve been convinced that a marketing automation service will make life easier and produce better results. You’re considered marketing automation for your company and start looking for a suitable program, but you keep coming back to the same question: why? Why should I spend the money on a program that does many of the same things I already do?
When it comes to Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), first impressions can make or break your brand’s ability to form a connection. Just like a first date, you don’t want to cut short a (visual) conversation and potentially ruin a budding relationship.
Do you ever find yourself with a wish list of things you’d like to achieve, but no direction on how to get there? You’re hoping good things will happen even though there is no planning or strategy behind it. With no marketing strategy for your business in place, you run the risk of becoming directionless, wasting money on channels and strategies that aren’t producing results and losing out on potential customers that are getting sucked up by your competitors.
I began my adult working life on June 4th, 2018. Now it’s June 2019. Honestly, I had no idea what to expect the working world would be like. I knew it would be challenging, but I was unaware that it would be as rewarding as it has been. All the things I’m about to discuss were not necessarily first learned in the past year, but they have all come to fruition.
We live in a world of numbers. Their impact is massive, and omnipresent. On their own, however, these numbers are meaningless – but within context, they can create a narrative that guides us. In business, this narrative is called analytical reporting, and it’s the process of measuring, analyzing and managing a marketing strategy’s performance to maximize effectiveness and optimize return on investment (ROI).
Content marketing is a marathon – not a sprint. In order to succeed, you need to play the long game when building out your strategy and goals. How a marketer designs and delivers content will ultimately determine how it is distributed and measured for success and further optimization. Keeping an eye on current trends is good practice, but focusing on a long-term plan will provide lasting value for your brand.