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Advertising: One Brick at a Time

Advertising: One Brick at a Time

Lego designers adhere to a philosophy of interconnectedness that can teach us a lot about designing an effective advertising game plan. 

Legos were invented in 1932 in Denmark. The iconic building system takes its name from combining two Dutch words, leg and godt, meaning play well. The double meaning of this clever name is obvious: Legos are a great way for kids (and grown-ups) to play, and Legos themselves play well with each other—every brick can connect and complement any other brick. This universality of bricks is what Lego’s designers refer to as The System in Play.

Advertising with just one medium is like building with just one size or kind of Lego brick—your creation is limited to only a handful of lackluster possibilities. If you want your advertising efforts to stand out and wow like a magical Lego unicorn, you’ll need a variety of bricks at your disposal and an understanding of how they can all fit together.  

As a business who values telling your story well, you’ll need to understand at least a little bit about every form of advertising and how they can fit together and complement each other. 

Most forms of advertising are predictable. For instance, radio advertising brings in an older audience. Advertising with TikTok can get a growing audience of younger eyes on your business. But, some forms of advertising can be surprising. 

Take print as an example. It would be easy to assume that the audience for magazines and other printed forms of advertising is shrinking and is restricted to an older crowd. But, as research shows, that’s not the case. The number of eyes on magazines is growing, including those of millennials and Gen Zers. 

Print plays well with other forms of advertising. It can click together with all other mediums and can create a story telling masterpiece. 

The experts at Evergreen Media can help you decide which combination and balance of advertising media is right for you. We are committed to telling your story well.

Does your business’s brand click? Find out how different forms of advertising can work together to tell your story in the most compelling way possible. Digital, print and other forms of advertising can work together to create a storytelling masterpiece for your business. Take a lesson from everyone’s favorite childhood toys, Legos, and see how your ad strategy needs variety to achieve more.  

Join Our Team: Social Media Expert

Join Our Team: Social Media Expert

Do you know a CVR from a CTA? Are you fascinated by the potential of social media to change the world? Do you have the skills and experience to help clients spread their story through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and more? Do you love working with clients and do they love working with you?

 Evergreen Media has an exciting opportunity available for a Social Media Expert.

This immediate, full time opening is the perfect opportunity for an individual who possesses a big-picture mentality and is able to manage multiple social platforms and accounts in an efficient, creative and effective way. 

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY

To be successful in this role, you’ll need to possess a professional and ever-growing understanding of social media. You’ll need to be able to interact with clients in a way that leaves them reassured and confident that their brand is being handled with the care and creativity it deserves. 

SKILLS WE’RE LOOKING FOR

• You are a true student of social media. You stay up to date with social media trends and emerging apps

• You’ve managed social media professionally before— 3 or more years of commercial experience preferred

• Understanding of marketing and advertising 

• Ability to effectively communicate and interact with clients and teammates 

• Ability to take ownership of new projects 

• Exceedingly organized and detail-oriented

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Proactively manage social media calendars to ensure a steady stream of compelling and on-brand content

• Interact with audiences in a productive and professional way

• Contribute to in-house marketing efforts, client marketing assistance and event planning

• Assist in photo and video shoots 

• Research and execute new strategies to grow social engagement

• Create analytical reports

• Researching, writing, editing and promoting articles

• Be an outstanding collaborator – we’re a team and you’ll need to be a part of it

BENEFITS

• Competitive compensation based on experience

• Group health and dental insurance

• Paid time off

• Entrepreneurial environment: You have the opportunity to work autonomously and take ownership of your job and career

Are you a Content Writer?

Are you a Content Writer?

Evergreen Media is seeking a senior content writer with a passion for just about everything. From intriguing features about local community members and businesses to marketing content and ad copy, this position will satisfy your passion of sharing an array of things through an artwork of words.

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Why Email Marketing Still Works

Why Email Marketing Still Works

With more and more customers finding the information they need via social media, many small business owners might wonder if email marketing is still worth their time. It may be one of the older channels of digital marketing, but that doesn’t mean it’s gone out of style. In fact, it continues to have one of the highest ROIs of digital marketing tools. In 2020, Litmus estimated, on average, email marketing’s ROI was 1:36, or for every $1 spent, you can expect to receive $36 in return.

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QR Code Marketing Basics

QR Code Marketing Basics

It happened almost overnight: barcodes made of seemingly random squares started popping up on ads, coupons, mailers, and more. Technology moves quickly, but if you embrace the pace of change and can capitalize on the popularity of QR codes, you can certainly boost your business. We’ll explain a little bit about what they are, how you can make your own, and some QR code marketing basics to get you started.

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The Power of Visual Content

The Power of Visual Content

While content is king in marketing, the type of content used can make or break a marketing campaign. Most Americans are visual learners, which means visual content is a powerful tool.

Our brains naturally ingest information visually, and we process visual material exponentially faster than text. All of this adds up to one thing: visual content is the fastest and most efficient way to reach your customers. Visual content can include photos, but also infographics, branding, and videos.

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