Tag Archives: Cincinnati Marketing

20 May

Marketing in the Time of Coronavirus

By Libby Hagedon, Account Executive Look for the helpers. – Fred Rogers Wake up. Check news. Go downstairs. Feed the kids. Take the long commute from the kitchen to the home office, open up the laptop, and start on today’s work. Sound familiar? It’s like the movie Groundhog Day in my house these days as […]

7 Jan

6 Things I Learned About Sales and Marketing from a Cub Scout

By Erika Turan, APR, Senior Account Executive My son is a Cub Scout, and I’ve learned in his four years as a scout to simply not question his resolve when it comes to selling popcorn. Popcorn sales are a fall tradition for scouts. An overwhelming percentage of profits goes back to the neighborhood pack and […]

19 Dec

3 Tips to Get People to Come to Your Event

By Erika Turan, Senior Account Executive Some events are easy to get people to come to: wedding receptions (especially those with an open bar), NASCAR races (fast cars and highly-individualized fashion choices) and the running of the bulls in Pamplona (Voluntarily running for your life in super crowded streets? I honestly don’t know why people […]

10 Dec
10 Dec

Hot Dogs in Your Pizza Crust, Anyone?

Hot Dogs in Your Pizza Crust, Anyone? My fascination with Pizza Hut runs long and deep. It started when I was a kid, and Friday night family outings were elevated to another level when we went to Pizza Hut, had a Supreme Pan Pizza, a pitcher of Diet Pepsi and permission to insert as many […]

3 Dec


By Erika Turan, APR, Senior Account Executive I went to the New Kids on the Block concert a few weeks ago, I confess, somewhat sheepishly. And you know what? It was a blast. Like ‘em or not, Joey, Donnie, Jordan, Jonathan and Danny can sing and dance pretty darn well. There were pyrotechnics, the stage […]

18 Nov

5 Tips to Create a Buzz-Worthy Brand Campaign

By: Jimmy Caccamo, Intern Working at a Cincinnati marketing agency, I get to work with many different brands every day. I have come across a lot of great campaigns that have generated a tremendous amount of brand exposure. Those campaigns include Heineken’s  #dropped campaign, and Swiffer’s meet Lee and Morty Kaufman commercial. It begs the […]

6 Nov

Are All Weaknesses Really Opportunities in Disguise? Thoughts on the SWOT Analysis

By: Kaity Dunn, Account Associate I lead a volunteer team for a community group at my church, and recently we met to do a SWOT analysis of the group in preparation for 2014. This was interesting for me, because we do this often in the public relations world for our clients in Cincinnati. SWOT stands […]

10 Sep

You Need a Great Case Study. A Few Tips on How to Create One

By Erika Turan, APR Senior Account Executive Having a few case studies at the ready can come in mighty handy these days. A case study provides a summary, analysis and results from a marketing or public relations campaign. They can be used to:  illustrate to your leadership team what you’ve found to be effective (or […]

5 Sep