Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

What Comic-Con Can Teach Businesses About Promotional Products

Lauren Nelson | July 25th, 2016 GettyImages578546498

Once a year, San Diego becomes the nerdiest, most magical place in the world as thousands of super fans convene for the International Comic-Con. This year continued the tradition of fantastical celebration, with major announcements from DC and Marvel, the history making premiere of Star Trek Beyond, a brand new Blair Witch, and a Skype-endorsement from Edward […]

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Fresh from the SPRING: Sbdesign

Audree | July 21st, 2016

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we noticed this gem submitted in this Book Cover project. Let us start the slow clap for Sbdesign. Check out more great work on Sbdesign’s profile page. Nicely done, Sbdesign, nicely done!  

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How Crowdsourcing Can Function as Marketing

Lauren Nelson | July 14th, 2016 iStock_000019737171Medium1

When we talk about crowdsourcing, a lot of emphasis is placed on the immediate value associated with the approach. You get a great deal of ideas at a reasonable price, freeing up resources internally to focus on issues where your organization already has talent. But there’s another benefit to crowdsourcing that doesn’t get discussed often […]

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Why Your Company NEEDS to Start Playing Pokémon Go

Lauren Nelson | July 12th, 2016 com2Fwp-content2Fuploads2F20162F032Fnexus2cee_PokemonGO2-728x573

Everyone and their fifth grade cousin are playing Pokémon Go right now. Maybe it’s because it’s trendy. Maybe it’s because it’s a stupid amount of silly fun. Maybe it’s because it keeps them active. Maybe it’s because, like me, they were that kid who used to get caught playing Pokémon Blue on Gameboy Color in […]

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Stop Freaking Out About the Facebook News Feed Changes

Lauren Nelson | July 1st, 2016 facebookchanges-e1435787866256

It’s Facebook’s world. We’re just posting in it. Never has that been more clear to businesses than with the recent explanation of Facebook’s News Feed priorities. The company announced several small tweaks to their algorithms yesterday that will likely impact the reach of pages, though such tweaks are not really that surprising. They’re part of a […]

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