The dog days of Jewish summer marketing are here. Jewish advertising shrinks, Kosher businesses leave town and set up shop in the Catskills, and Israeli tech companies retool in preparation for the fourth quarter holiday season. So what’s a Jewish marketing agency to do during the months of July and August? Lots. Here are three summer marketing strategies we
One of the biggest challenges that a company faces with their brand awareness efforts is getting everyone on board. Getting everyone to buy-in to the company culture so they can advocate for the company and make the workplace inviting and engaging to current and new employees alike. Many employees enjoy working for your company. They
Brands Hesitated With Marketing on Social Media, and They’re Doing the Same With Influencers As algorithms change, it’s becoming a more trustworthy strategy Influencer marketing has become what social media was half a decade ago. Brands know they should be doing it, but not sure how to get started or even how to measure success.
2019. End of the year. Traffic is light, half your office is on PTO, and the weather is too cold to stay outside for long. Which means it’s the perfect time to sit down at your desk and think about your Jewish, Kosher and Israel marketing strategy for 2019. And we’ve got five marketing trends for
Chanukah and Black Friday. They go together like latkes & sour cream. That eight day Jewish holiday of lights and Chanukah gifting for friends, family and coworkers is one of the biggest shopping seasons on the Jewish retail calendar, aided in no small part to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But standing out in an Amazon-first world