Good Marketing

say less to be remembered more

Good marketing uses technology, insights and the right questions. It gives the right audience, the right message, at the right time. It shows us how a brand can solve our problems. Sometimes problems we didn't know we had. It can either entertain you or make you feel more inclined to buy from a brand. When …

Driveway moments – how podcasts capture listeners in a content-laden world

With so much digital content competing for our attention in multiple social networks how do brands connect with their audience. What is the key? In this era of disposable content, memes, vines, snaps, whispers, secrets and now 'YO's, many brands are swinging to the polar extreme to keep users attention and to keep them interested. Thankfully …

What Jenson Button’s driving taught me about consistency and marketing

Jenson Button the Formula 1 driver has a driving style that is very different to his competitors and even ex team-mate Lewis Hamilton. Contrary to what were told at pro driving schools, do your braking and accelerating in a straight line, Jenson continues breaking right until the apex and accelerating straight after. Lewis and others …

Tried and true vs. something new on Pinterest

It's often possible to try something different in beta. Soft launch or A/B test your marketing campaigns and  in fact turn them into iterative waves of content. I'm into residential architecture and my Pinterest board Modern Residential Architecture has been gaining real traction since Pinterest added the "Also pinned to:" feature. From 100 odd  followers last week to 801 today. The site really seems …