You want your brand to tell a genuine story. One that will make an impact by grabbing attention and sparking conversations. All you need to get started is a great idea, right? Not entirely. For great content marketing to work, you need to better understand who you’re trying to reach.
It used to be fairly simple to get your business presence going on social media, but that’s changed quite a bit over the years. Multiple platforms, analytics, business managers, metrics, social media management systems, memes… where do you even begin?!
CultureSpan Marketing prides itself on having provided our clients with successful media placement strategies over the 39+ years we’ve been in business. However, the ability to create them doesn’t happen overnight as it takes a combination of skills, tools and knowledge to garner results.
On May 19, 2019, eight years of our lives came to a close as millions witnessed the series finale of the global phenomenon that is Game of Thrones. After a seemingly eternal two-year wait between seasons, the Lord of Light finally bestowed us with the conclusion of the bloody saga. Emotions ran high at CultureSpan. We knew we had to pay tribute to such a powerful story for making us feel alive.
Let’s face it, stock photography has become easily accessible, cliché and far from original. If you’re planning on developing a campaign, you should think twice about using stock photography. I’m not going to completely bash stock photos, since they do have a time and place for their use. However, I’m going to discuss some of the problems that have emerged in today’s visual world because of them.
Sometimes the workaday world can be overwhelming. We get it. Check out these helpful and easy to implement productivity tips from our resident zen master and Senior Art Director, Juan Carlos. Whoosah!
Ready to increase your cultural intelligence? Here Manny Rodriguez, Director of Client Relations, breaks down the methodology behind Transcreation and shares a real world example of how it can solidify your Hispanic Marketing efforts.
For many cultures around the world, death represents the terminal stage of life and it evokes fear. For Mexicans and some parts of Latin America, death is a transitional phenomenon that is viewed with a playful and positive attitude. Therefore, Día de Muertos is a joyful celebration and remembrance for those who are gone but live through us.