Posts Tagged marketing


Buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks

Today in 1913 a prize was inserted into a box of Crackerjacks for the very first time.  It went on to become a big part of their marketing for many years. Crackerjacks have an interesting marketing history.  For one thing, how lucky would you be to have someone write a song with your product name […]

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On the 12th Day of Christmas

On the 12th day of Christmas my true love shared with me 12 blog posts …  11 quote graphics, 10 optin pages, 9 webinars, 8 autoresponders, 7 free reports, 6 videos, 5 infographics, 4 articles, 3 slideshows, 2 Kindle books, and a new cover for my Facebook page. Blogging experts often talk about how your […]

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Thoughtful Thursdays: Drive Innovation!

This slideshow pairs powerful, clean, simple images with one clear headline on each slide.  The message:  Get on the right side of innovation! 7 Ways to Dramatically Advance Your Career from Bruce Kasanoff Many people think of innovation as being responsible for businesses closing and jobs being lost.  For example, the innovations offered by Netflix eventually […]

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Speaking to the Old Brain Decision-Maker

Speak the Old Brain’s Language Generally, the goal of your marketing message is to get your audience to take some kind of action. As you’ve seen in my blog posts for the past couple weeks, your audience’s old brain makes the final decision about whether or not to take the action you want them to take. […]

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