Archive for April, 2020

What Niche Publishers Know That Mass Media Overlooks

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

While publishers continue to battle for audience, relevance, and engagement, some niche publishers are quietly making an impact—and money—from narrowcasting. Consider, for example, the following:

Emu Today & Tomorrow, a magazine for emu farmers

Twins, a magazine for parents of multiples, which launched in 1984

Spudman, a publication for potato farmers

The Chimney Sweep News, serving a decidedly niche market of chimney sweepers as the name suggests

These and other publications are finding success by casting a narrow net to appeal to smaller, more exclusive market segments. Publishers can draw inspiration and insight from the retail sector.

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This is Not the Time for Blatant Sales Pitches, But Don’t Lose Touch!

Tuesday, April 14th, 2020
With millions of people out of work and countless businesses shutting their doors temporarily, or even permanently, many businesses are wondering whether they should maintain their marketing communication activities.

Our Advice: Yes, But…

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Don’t Let Go of Your Brand Promise

Friday, April 10th, 2020
One of our clients in the health care space has been focusing her communication efforts with health care organizations on reminding them to maintain their focus on the brand promise. This may not seem like the time to do that. We agree with her, though, that it is.

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How Are You Doing?

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
“How are you doing?”
It’s a question we’ve been reading and hearing a lot over the past few weeks. Chances are, unfortunately, we’ll be hearing that question for the foreseeable future.
How are you doing? It matters and it pays to ask.
Our clients tend to be consultants, publishers, agencies and very large organizations. The vast majority, while not always technically “essential enterprises” are still doing business, but not in the same way.

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