Monthly Archives: July 2012

Chick-fil-Ain’t this interesting?

As Chick-fil-A works through its current PR nightmare involving everything from recalled Muppet toys, to an anti-gay company stance, to a fictitious Facebook user masquerading as a young girl named Abby Farle defending Chick-fil-A (see “her” posts below), we thought about a few lessons every company can take away from this. 1.) Save the waffles […]

Does your brand get cipher-like buzz?

In order to get people to use, interact with, and eventually love your brand, you have to get their attention. And sometimes, that means being a little mysterious. You know, like the pyramids. Or circus peanuts. Or an eccentric drifter with a thing for codes. See, a couple weeks ago, an eccentric drifter on a […]

Can we have your attention, please?

The good news is… you’ve done your homework. And put in over 200 hours developing a brilliant, new brand positioning and an impressive 87-page SWOT analysis deck (with sweet PowerPoint transitions)—not to mention, you have an incredible 360-degree connections plan designed to get in front of the right audience at exactly the right time. The […]

Any big plans this weekend?

This is what is being uttered in every office around America while there is a lull in water cooler conversation. Ahhh, summertime – where we can get out, enjoy the wonderful weather, and see what your city has to offer – yes, we even do that in Cleveland.  So how do you reach the consumer […]