If you are pulling together an event the most important piece of marketing is getting on your potential guests’ calendars. SAVE the DATE announcements can help. Here’s one I did where they’re still gathering the small details but wanted to …
Magnificent Missouri is committed to building awareness of conservation efforts in MO. MO River Country is a book by its founders. I am proud of this client. It’s mission is near and dear to me. And I get to …
Co-marketing campaigns unite businesses in partnerships that deliver participants greater visibility, credibility, market reach and sales success than they could have achieved independently. Having overlap in their target markets, cross marketing these two clients made sense.
This presentation is set for January 7 and focuses on weight loss and overall healthy lifestyle improvements. One week after New Year’s resolutions. Perfect timing. (Flyer by Designing Debby of course!)
Usability testing shows that the average reading life of most email newsletters is 51 seconds, and it shows that only about 19 percent of newsletters are completely read. Guess the old Keep It Simple Stupid still applies.
My first flier for an event in Amsterdam!
When it comes to building a brand, packaging that reflects it appropriately will reinforce your expertise. Here’s some packaging for a program being licensed nationwide by my client.
Still the number one way to engage customers, email can give you valuable insight into your market’s values and choices – a key ingredient to being their chosen product or service. This email capitalized on the new local space that …
Integrate your marketing by using the same images on posters, flyers, website, social media and emails. Here’s an example.
On any given date your event will have countless competing options. Communicate your event through every means possible. Posters help and lend to your event’s brand.