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  • Sports Have Become a Jump Ball for Marketers

    ANA Magazine   September 25, 2020  

    Beyond updated TV ads to reflect the current climate and some new in-broadcast signage, what are brands doing to reimagine their sponsorships for professional sports leagues and maximize their value — even with fans relegated to their living rooms?

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  • Airlines Keep Marketing Efforts Afloat Amid Pandemic

    ANA Magazine   September 18, 2020  

    The initial shock and continuing uncertainty caused by the pandemic have led many companies in the travel sector to put the brakes on their marketing efforts. Yet evidence suggests that keeping up engagement with consumers can help lessen the impact of the blow.

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  • Pebbles Cereal Rocks User-Generated Content in New Branded Series

    ANA Magazine   September 11, 2020  

    Amy Brothers, brand manager for Pebbles cereal, and Brian Hurley, creative director at Public Works, discuss the kid-centric “Daily Yabba Dabba Doo” series and provide insight into the most effective ways for brands to harness user-generated content.

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  • Why It’s Time to Humanize the Brand — for Real This Time

    ANA Magazine   September 2, 2020  

    Brands and organizations need to recognize that consumer patterns and behaviors are now being exclusively shaped by the pandemic, rather than demographics. Brian Solis, global innovation evangelist at Salesforce, discusses the digital transformation companies are now confronting, how the pandemic will fundamentally change marketing, and why it’s time to get to know generation N.

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  • Social Media Channels Dial Up Brand Safety

    ANA Magazine   August 28, 2020  

    The recent crackdown on hate speech among various social media platforms provide an opportunity for brands to reset their social media strategy (not to mention their budgeting).

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  • Taking a Stand on Systemic Change

    ANA Magazine   August 19, 2020  

    The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, among others, reignited a national conversation around racial injustice and systemic inequalities. With consumers increasingly expecting brands to take a stand against racial injustice, keeping silent is not an option for many companies. But to help effect real change, companies need to resolve the problematic practices that exist within their own houses first. Here’s how they can get started.

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  • A New Concern Among Consumers: Brand Safety

    ANA Magazine   August 14, 2020  

    The term ‘brand safety’ has taken on a more literal meaning during the pandemic, with consumers acutely interested in how the products they buy are manufactured, packaged, and distributed.

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  • Media Spending in an Uncertain Environment

    ANA Magazine   August 7, 2020  

    The pandemic will require marketers to master a new set of media buying skills, adopt KPIs that transcend return-on-advertising spending, and move e-commerce toward the center of their marketing strategy.

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  • Facebook Looks to Be a Better Friend to Brands

    ANA Magazine   July 31, 2020  

    To both keep advertisers in the fold and attract new ones, Facebook has rolled out new tools to bolster brand safety and make it easier for brands to reach their intended audiences.

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  • What Brands Mean by Brand Purpose

    ANA Magazine   July 22, 2020  

    A crisis may not be the best time for companies to stress test their brand purpose. However, the past few months have forced companies to reexamine why their brand exists, or perhaps more important, what’s needed to better articulate their purpose.

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  • Harnessing the Power of the Loyalty Economy

    ANA Magazine   July 17, 2020  

    As the internet has matured from a novelty to a mainstream source for news and entertainment, digital content creators have carved out massive audiences who are enormously loyal. Many fans consider this content essential to their lives, and they are willing to support the brands that make it possible.

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  • A New Norm for Ad Shoots?

    ANA Magazine   July 8, 2020  

    Brands are cutting back on producing commercials as marketing budgets are curtailed and social distancing measures remain in place. The good news is that scaling back on ad shoots can have broader benefits.

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  • Plant-Based Brands Turn a New Marketing Leaf

    ANA Magazine   July 1, 2020  

    Plant-based food products continue to expand, along with a marketing strategy that goes beyond a green or environmentally correct message and focuses on what consumers crave: taste. Big brands like IKEA and Disney join the fray.

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  • Organizing for Success

    ANA Magazine   June 19, 2020  

    To nurture talent at every level brands need to apply an agile marketing model that holds people accountable for their work and encourages them to step out of their comfort zone.

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  • Brands Are Rallying to Fight the Coronavirus

    ANA Magazine   June 12, 2020  

    A number of inspiring brand stories have emerged over the past several months, with companies providing ample resources to both combat the pandemic and make things easier for first responders. Here’s how Budweiser, Crocs, Publix, and Hyundai, among others, have seized on opportunities to help in the fight against COVID-19.

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  • The Keys to Attracting Young Marketing Talent

    ANA Magazine   June 5, 2020  

    The expectations of millennial and generation Z workers mesh nicely with the underlying need for marketers to be perpetually innovative, flexible, and digitally savvy.

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  • How to Go Big

    ANA Magazine   May 29, 2020  

    Marketers for smaller brands don’t have the same resources as their counterparts at bigger companies. But there’s still a great deal that smaller brands can learn from their larger competitors when it comes to maximizing their marketing activities.

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  • Louder Together

    ANA Magazine   May 20, 2020  

    The advertising, marketing, and media industries are coalescing to fight the coronavirus. PSAs and content designed to educate the public about the disease lead the charge.

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  • Are Shoppable Posts Clicking with Consumers?

    ANA Magazine   May 15, 2020  

    Since first appearing on Facebook and Instagram in 2016, shoppable posts have only grown, fully rolling out to 46 nations on both channels in 2018. Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok each began testing shoppables last year. As consumers' online behavior evolves, are they taking the shortcut to the shopping cart, or is the URL path to purchase as long as ever?

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  • A Different Breed of Marketing

    ANA Magazine   May 8, 2020  

    Petfluencers spark an instant connection with consumers and attract the kind of audiences that should make most marketers jealous. A growing number of brands are giving it a whirl, building marketing campaigns around these unconventional social media stars.

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