According to Gary Vaynerchuk, charities are some of the worst brands in social media. Charities fail to do this one very important thing.
Brown looks dirty and yellow looks too exciting. Orange is okay, though. When it comes to your business brand, colors do matter. A lot.
Business owners always work so hard on building their business brands. Unfortunately, not many care enough to nurture and protect their hard work.
Fanatical brand following is worth its weight in gold. How to attract raving followers – and treat them like superstars?
Minecraft’s Steve visits Walmart – but it’s unofficial. Wow. You know your brand is popular when someone is doing that for your brand.
In this interview, Marc Ecko talks on various topics – hip hop, success, branding, hustling, fashion. Extremely motivating, insightful and inspiring.
Have you watched this cool table tennis commercial, officially launched by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF)? A great branding effort, IMO.
Want to know how a video content studio promote itself? Just create a brand storytelling video. Here is one example from Epipheo Studio. Watch and learn.
Sometimes a billion-dollar idea is as easy as improving an existing product. That’s what GoPro’s Nic Woodman did to become a $3-billion company in less than 7 years!
S-Oil launched the HERE campaign. The idea is to use balloons to help car drivers finding empty parking spaces quickly. Simple, yet so smart.
Vail Horton knows full well that he’s different from everyone else. Early on, he learned how to embrace what makes him different and created a business to help others with mobility issues.
The marketing data on this infograph will shock you. Learn more about ad spend, social media marketing, blogging, email, SEO, content strategies, and what’s driving customers to pull out their wallets in 2014 and beyond.
Innovation is a pipe-dream for many business owners. Learn how Lollipics has brought their innovative products full-circle, by using smart business acumen and a “listen to those who know” approach.
Mark Cuban invests $500,000 in a female board game designed to plant an entrepreneurial spirit in young girls, just so his daughters can mentor under the game’s creators.