When it comes to your brand and product photography, are you operating in the dark? How do you know if you have the right resource, and how can you tell when it’s time to leave your current photographer and find a new one? Unless there’s something obviously wrong with the
Buyers are bombarded with visual content but few images make an impact. Product marketers can create a competitive advantage by learning how to use photography as a way to differentiate their offer. Learn how photography can help you connect with audiences and gain market share.
Some days, it’s hard to make sense of the world. The past few months have been particularly difficult and unsettling. Floods. Hurricanes. Fires. Shootings. Assaults. Terrorism. Plagues (seriously, see Madagascar). Ongoing political and social divisions. It’s like we have a collective case of PTSD. Our senses are on high alert.
As you prepare for the week ahead it’s a good time to consider, “how will I be brave?” It’s a particularly important question for sales and marketing teams to explore. Bravery is essential when it comes to reaching, inspiring, and connecting with audiences. Connection doesn’t happen through wishful thinking, it
We’ve written this exclusively for the minority of marketers—that small group of people who do not follow the status quo. This post, and the subsequent ones which follow on this blog, are for the maverick marketers, the daring designers and the persistent producers who rebel against mediocrity. If you believe
Move over “Death by PowerPoint,” there’s a new form of visual content that’s boring audiences to tears. It’s called photography. The phenomenon known as “Death by PowerPoint” examines how audiences lose interest in presentations when they are poorly designed. It demonstrates how too many bullet points, a lot of text