Posts tagged " Social Media "

Happy New Lunar Year!

January 27th, 2017 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Branding, Design, Foreign Languages, Global, Graphic design, Language, Photography, Social Media, Translation, Web Design No Comment yet

愉快和繁荣新年! Chúc mừng năm mới của con gà trống! 幸せで豊かな新年! Happy and prosperous

#yearoftherooster! ¡Feliz año nuevo lunar!

 

Happy New Lunar Year!

The Tamale Kitchen: Mission, Love and Design

December 14th, 2016 Posted by Blog, Brand management, Branding, Content, Design, Development, Facebook, Global, Graphic design, Marketing, Social enterprise, Social Media, Social responsibility, Solidarity, Web Design No Comment yet

logo_colorWhen we met Becky Gripp, the founder of The Tamale Kitchen, we knew that this was going to be a deep and lasting relationship. We distinctively remember the first time we sat down to discuss the project and our future role in it. One of the things we all insisted on was the creation of a brand identity that reflected the project’s character and mission. Neither of us would settle for less than the best we could offer, regardless of the budget.

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Facebook Advertising and the Instagram Trap

December 5th, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Content, Facebook, Global, Instagram, Marketing, Social Media No Comment yet

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This is a short post to warn you, in case you haven’t noticed, of the Facebook-Instagram Trap. I don’t know if anyone has coined the term before, but I’m probably not the first one to notice it.

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Use Images. That’s All.

November 16th, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Content, Facebook, Marketing, Photography, Social Media No Comment yet

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Images is all you’ve got.

That sounds like a very categorical statement, but when it comes to Facebook posting and advertising it is absolutely valid.

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How the Polish #Language Came to Be

November 10th, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Content, Foreign Languages, Global, Language, Marketing, Social Media, Translation, Uncategorized No Comment yet

flag_map_of_poland_by_shitalloverhumanity-d9472tpDid you know that the Polish language has been extraordinarily influenced by history and politics? (more…)

The Art of Audience Crafting (III)

November 8th, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Content, Development, Global, Marketing, Social Media No Comment yet

death_to_stock_kinckerbocker_photography_4There are only two questions to answer in this series of posts about audience crafting.  Please note that I left out the “ETC.” sub-question.  I am not being lazy, I am allowing you to find out what that etcetera is (or are), and report back to me (or not).  Let’s revisit the questions left to answer:

–              How broad should the audience be? (this one both determines and is determined by the previous question)

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The Art of Audience Crafting (II)*

November 2nd, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Development, Marketing, Social Media 2 comments

death_to_stock_kinckerbocker_photography_4In my previous post, I talked about some of the questions we need to ask ourselves when building a social media audience for targeted advertising. I defined three main questions, and divided the first one into eight sub-questions. Realizing that these were a lot, I tackled just the first two of those eight sub-questions. You can see that post here. So, let’s talk about the others.

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From our founder: The Art of Audience Crafting (I)

September 28th, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Blog, Development, Marketing, Social Media 3 comments

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Audience crafting for social media advertising, and particularly for Facebook is a combination of skill, art, magic and a touch of chaos.  Conventional wisdom tells us that we should ask ourselves a set of basic questions. We definitely should, but (make that all caps in your head) we need to go beyond those and understand that when it comes to the outcome of this process, we are not completely in control. Some elements of it are beyond our control and squarely within that of the platform.

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