Writing Faux Laws

Absolute Marketing Group

Writing is an artform. Its essence based in the same intangible notions a painter draws upon for graphical inspiration or a musician turns to when placing notes between bars on a page. It’s also the chief communicating force that drives your brand’s key messaging, no matter the platform. In my opinion, there are a number … Read More

Yeah, I Said It and I Augment It

Absolute Marketing Group

For seemingly decades we’ve been promised a virtual oasis filled with lifelike features that could make the wildest depths our imagination spring to life around us. For me, that basically involves some tropical resort filled with drinks served in coconuts on the beach with little umbrellas in them and an all-you-can-eat supply of the world’s … Read More

The Pros & Cons Of Technology Changing Work Culture

Absolute Marketing Group

Have you ever looked at social media as a culture? This may be a crazy question, but as the use of online marketing and technology advances, more and more executives are talking about the change in communication and connections that are built within the workplace. From job applications on Indeed, to Linked-In profiles, to inside-business-hangouts … Read More

Talk About a Dumpster Fyre

Last week we looked at how influencers can positively contribute to a brand or company’s overall marketing efforts. By helping marketers to hyper-target their audience, the use of influencers typically means more effectively reaching their desired audience while also increasing overall ROI. Today, we’re going to travel to the opposite end of the social media … Read More

The State of the Hashtag

State of the Hashtag

My fellow Americans, today I stand before you to say the state of the hashtag is…well, it’s #complicated and varies from platform to platform. Today, more-and-more brands and businesses are relying on social media platforms to set the tone for their messaging and reach their customer base in a more consistent and convincing way. One … Read More

5ives: Brand Etiquette – Avoid the Telephone Game.

It’s simple. When you start a new job, you get a handbook of policies or rules to follow. If you didn’t, everyone would make up their own interpretation of what is expected, which generally leads to confusion, chaos and a whole lot of wasted time. It would be like playing a game of telephone: the … Read More