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Always a joy to work with, Atlas Copco kept us busy in 2020. Happy and proud to have made the Industrial Air ‘Best of’ video reel. #lovetechnicalB2Bcommunication
The use of video marketing has exploded and it’s easy to see why. After all, video allows companies to connect with customers in a more effective and personal way. However, companies with small marketing budgets often shy away from adding video to their communication mix because they believe that this might be too costly. Fortunately, […]
Don’t slash your marketing budget in a recession. It is going to make your slump worse and your recovery tougher. As many signs point to an economic downturn, here are some tips on how marketing managers can survive and thrive. Don’t slash your marketing budget in a recession When a downturn hits, the first instinct […]
When people think of human communication, they immediately think of written and spoken words. That’s certainly part of it, but humans communicate in so many other ways. A smile can express much more than a formal thank you note. And what a person says can be powerfully contradicted by their body language. After all, everybody […]
Business stock photos have become a joke. Even celebrities have gotten in on the act. It’s easy to see why people make fun of them. The sterile business settings and staged situations as well as all those fake smiles simply lend themselves to ridicule. However, to businesses with a limited marketing budget, stock photos are […]
Ah, the influencer fail. You know one when you see one. The second my eye caught this Brabantia Facebook ad, I knew I had to check out the comments 🙂 And they did not disappoint. About hanging your laundry while maintaining the perfect Lolita pose. About the yeah-right practicality of hanging laundry while snuggling a […]
“What is the difference between a feature and a benefit anyway?,” a manufacturing product manager asked me recently. His question implied that there is none and that the entire concept is corporate BS invented by smooth-talking communication professionals. Let this no-nonsense communication professional assure you: there is indeed a difference between a feature and a […]