Ron Berger, the former top executive of Euro RSCG, teaches the new guard about old-fashioned brand-building.
SUMMARY: Are digital marketers forgetting the basics of branding? - As they race to embrace the digital revolution, ad agencies risk forgetting the basics of brand-building, warns Ron Berger, the former top executive at Euro RSCG. Hiring workers who can wrestle algorithms or analytics is all well and good, Berger says, but agencies also need old-fashioned branding experts. "Old school or new school, the most important school is understanding the power of a brand," he says.
What if we started with business... how would we do? How badly do people want to be connected with brands? I've been thinking a lot about the pervasiveness of brands in the social media channels. From a business perspective, it...
Brand message creation presents a collaboration problem
SUMMARY: Business-to-business sales and marketing teams are split in thirds among those who collaborate on brand-message creation, those who partially collaborate and those who either don't collaborate at all or who find the process "politically charged," according to a Corporate Visions survey. The study also showed marketing management was the most likely to participate in brand-message creation, with C-level executives least likely to be involved.
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