5 Marketing Trends to Look Out for in 2019

Posted by Emily Watson on Jan 30, 2019 11:01:45 AM

Another year has passed, which means an open road ahead of us to be on the lookout for the latest trends and technologies in marketing.  This is a fast-paced business. Things are constantly changing from day to day. What might have been “in” last year, could be gone completely, or revamped for the next year. To bring in the new year, we wanted to showcase some of the top marketing trends you will be seeing in 2019. These articles give great insight on what the future of marketing looks like. You won’t want to miss these trends:

  1. Using Chatbots 
  2. Brand Authenticity
  3. Interactive Video
  4. Content is King
  5. Gen Z
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Topics: Marketing Tactics, Strategic Planning, Key Trends, Small Businesses, Social Media Tactics, Brand Awareness, Marketing Operations

What Is Snapchat And Why Is It So Popular?

Posted by Emily Watson on Sep 26, 2018 10:10:00 AM

You’ve probably heard a lot of talk about Snapchat lately, a very popular app among millennials. Sixty percent of all smartphone users are now on Snapchat and over 10 billion videos are viewed per day on the app. Impressive, huh? So, what exactly is Snapchat and why has it grown to be one of the most downloaded and used apps of 2018?

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Topics: Marketing Tactics, Marketing Technology, Key Trends, Small Businesses, Social Media Tactics, Brand Awareness

Why Move Back to Meadville?

Posted by Ron Mattocks on Dec 5, 2017 8:30:10 AM

“Why did you want to move back?” It's the question I’m asked most often since returning to Crawford County this past summer. In one sense, I understand the nature of people’s curiosity. The area’s population has been in decline for over 60 years, the per-capita income is $10K below the state average, and 38% of residents collect social security benefits. Combined, these realities contribute to a more alarming fact that over half of the area population cannot be relied on to provide tax revenues necessary to sustain services and infrastructure. I’d hate to characterize the situation as bleak, but as one official remarked, his job was to ensure a slowly sinking ship, sank slower.

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Topics: Company News, Economic Development, Strategic Planning, Key Trends, Brand Awareness

 

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