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Which POTUS was it that was chided (perhaps unfairly), as amazed by grocery scanning technology? Well, everyone but him has probably noticed the way some strore brand or private-label brands of consumer packaged goods mimic the national brands’ packaging. I enjoy studying knockoffs. Sometimes I do a double-take, looking at a package for a product … Continue reading “Oops. That’s not what I meant to buy…” Or, “On Brand Recognition”
Originally Published on LinkedIn, June 2, 2016 There are so many ways to get your message out. But if a tree falls in the woods and nobody’s around, does it make a sound? Million-dollar Superbowl Ads Billboards in Times Square. Street teams in matching Ts and backpacks. Letter bombs. Happy Meal toys. Skywriting at the … Continue reading Marketing in the Woods
Originally published on LinkedIn April 17, 2016 Recently - was asked to "like" a local business on Facebook, and typed the address in exactly as indicated - because, well, I like the business. Alas - page not found. I did the leg work, it's worth it, found the page and messaged the business with the correction, … Continue reading Making it Simple (to Like You!)