As experiential marketing now represents a bigger piece of the marketing puzzle, brands have a new challenge before them: How do I leverage experiential to enhance my relationship with consumers? While banner ads and commercials can be blocked, muted, or skipped, participating in a brand experience is a conscious choice for consumers. Despite the choice involved, brands can still come off as annoying. So, how do you avoid that result?MORE
Since its launch back in 2010, Instagram has become one of the major stakeholders in the world of social media. With over 95 million photos posted on the app each day according to Sprout Social, it’s now more important than ever to produce branded content that stands out from the endless corporate clutter. The fix? Establishing an aesthetic for your brand.MORE
After starting with us as a summer intern following graduation from the University of Kentucky, Katie Mitchell joined the Inspira team full-time as an Account Coordinator. Her mantra? Life doesn’t start before coffee. Get to know more about Katie below in this edition of the Employee Spotlight!MORE
Like any other industry, marketing is a world in which trends emerge. And, when brands and marketers see those trends developing, there’s a natural desire to emulate and ride the coattails. Everyone wins, right? Not quite. Sometimes, those trends are leveraged to perfection, but other uses can leave a lot to be desired. In reality, the results vary greatly on a case-by-case basis.MORE
When MoonPie so boldly told Kaela that she should spell her name with a “y”, we all forgot for a moment that we were witnessing an interaction between consumer and brand. And, when Old Spice tweeted to Taco Bell that their fire sauce was falsely advertised because it didn’t actually contain fire, consumers laughed and rallied from the sidelines.MORE
For citizens across the globe, the holiday season provides an opportunity to spend time with families, to give back, and to show appreciation for one another.