Here are some lessons from the winning Obama Campaign, via Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
I love this article because it neatly demonstrates what all marketers who use direct response tactics should know, but typically don’t. It gives some great examples of what marketers using direct response tactics should do, but overwhelmingly don’t. And it shows the results, including the large sums of money that most marketers leave on the table.
Their marketing crime: under-testing.
Digital isn’t a department or a discipline. It’s not a wall that keeps technologists in and the rest of us out. It’s simply the reality of the communications marketplace. We plan and create within this medium with one single goal: to create meaningful interactions.
DIGO’s digital services include:
- Digital Advertising
- Search Engine Marketing (SEM)
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Display Banners
- Landing Pages
- Website Design & Development
- Innovative Platforms
- Content Development
- Social Media
We don’t just do digital. We seize the opportunities of the digital age. We test and measure much more because it costs less to test than to fail to test. We use direct response results to inform not just direct tactics but the brand.
We believe that the user experience – of the product, the service, the website, the app, (more…)
We do lot of things that ultimately add up to one thing: we help companies grow. We do that by building brands. And we do that with a myriad of different tools. Research. Strategic planning. Media planning. PR. Social media. Design. Direct response. All of that in addition to what people have now come to call “Traditional advertising,” i.e. television, print, and digital. All of it just comes down to communicating in a way that makes it easy for people to like your company. (more…)
Traders are an elusive and coveted audience. Yet these epitomes of self-directed consumers have broken many a marketer.
Whether retail or pro, the key to making it with traders is understanding the trader psyche’, tapping into the trader myth, and speaking trader language.
Here are some winning examples from the DIGO archives, (more…)