M/C/C

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 days ago

M/C/C

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Reaching Millennials on YouTube

    YouTube is addictive. It’s a magical place where you can watch endless hours of games, cats, pranks, vlogs or whatever else tickles your fancy. Millions of people view videos on YouTube every day, so it’s no surprise it has become … Continue reading →

  • Avoiding The Pitfalls Of A Basic Paid Search Campaign

    eMarketer research predicts that U.S. advertisers will spend 11 percent more on paid search in 2017. Although this is the first year that display spending will surpass paid search, it is still neck and neck with display as one on … Continue reading →

  • Saying #YES to Unofficial National Holiday Hashtags Can Boost Brand Awareness

    If you’ve ever been on social media, or even watched the news lately, chances are you’ve seen the fad of unofficial national holidays and resulting hashtags. Whether it’s National Pizza Day, National Taco Day, or my personal favorite, National Dog … Continue reading →

  • Five Favorite M/C/C Moments in 2016

    As I look back on the year 2016, five favorite M/C/C moments come to mind. 1. CPS HR has been a longstanding client of ours. In 2016, we helped them launch their inaugural Talent Management Conference by extensively promoting their … Continue reading →

  • Holiday Marketing is at a Fever Pitch but What’s Next?

    Keeping the momentum with post-holiday marketing programs Businesses, particularly retailers, have been planning for this holiday season since the last one ended – and with good reason. According to the National Retail Federation, the holiday season can represent as much … Continue reading →

  • Reframing for the Future

    In 1986, M/C/C produced the agency’s first video piece. Soon after, the demand for case studies in a video format continued to grow, and M/C/C switched from analog to digital production in 1994. Eventually M/C/C began shooting all new content … Continue reading →

  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Election Day

    Now that November 8 has passed, and one of recent history’s ugliest campaign seasons is behind us, we can all let out a “yuge” sigh of relief. That’s what we all wanted, right? No more politics in our daily lives? … Continue reading →

  • The 411 on Blogger Relations

    When agencies suggest new programs to clients, companies may sometimes stop and ask what the work entails and if it carries any value. Take blogger relations, for instance. Some may wonder why anyone would need to have relationships with bloggers, … Continue reading →

  • Five Reasons Why People Love Listicles

    Ahhh – the time-honored tradition of turning to BuzzFeed and reading some listicles. Is there anything like it? In all sincerity, yes. Other publishers have seen the success of these short, list-style articles, and now you see them everywhere from … Continue reading →

  • Email Marketing is Back in Style

    Trends come and go. Remember bellbottoms, fanny packs and shoulder pads? What about email marketing? Although marketers predicted the demise of email after its tremendous decline in the mid-2000s, the tool is now soaring to new heights. That’s right folks … Continue reading →

M/C/C

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

M/C/C

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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