The Girl Scouts of Western New York announced “Women of Distinction,” a girl-led event, that will be held at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens in Cheektowaga, NY on Thursday, September 20, 2012.
Married To Their Jobs: When business partners are married to each other, defining roles becomes a key issue
Our (2011) OtherWisz Creative website was recognized at the Buffalo, NY 2012 ADDYs award ceremony on Friday, April 16, 2012. The OW website, which was launched in October of last year, took home a Silver Award in the Advertising Industry Self-Promotion: Interactive category. The annual ADDY Awards competition recognizes exceptional advertising created by Western New York companies.
Score! Buffalo Hockey Experience + Museum Logo Published in LogoLounge Book Alongside Some of The World’s Best-Known Brands
They shoot, they score! We are pleased to announce that the logo OtherWisz Creative designed during the branding of the Buffalo Hockey Experience + Museum (BHE+M) was published in a new book released February 2012: LogoLounge Master Library, Volume 4. The new book, published by Rockport, is part of a seven-volume series written and curated by Catharine Fishel and Bill Gardner which includes the outstanding type and calligraphy logos chosen from designers all over the world.
The word ‘brand’ has become quite a buzz word; being tossed around a lot by marketing folks. But what exactly is your company’s ‘brand?’ Your company’s visual identity – your logo – is only a part of your company’s brand. A well-built brand connects, supports, and strengthens your company image with your logo. A brand is more than colors and font styles associated with your printed marketing materials. Read more
Using email to market your company produces profitable results when done properly. You can send emails to your current customer base or potential clients with information about specials, new services or product announcements, releases or updates or most importantly, to keep in touch. Email marketing is cost effective when compared to traditional mailing and can provide immediate and measurable feedback.
There has been a lot of buzz on the web about the death of the “big agency”. As current marketing strategies are being redefined by technology and the economy, the traditional agency model has had to adapt. A heavy-hitting team offering traditional methodologies does not always work in today’s fast-moving, cost-saving environment.
As Internet and social media marketing launches into warp speed, can your business keep up? Do you need a Facebook page? How about a Twitter account? Should you be blogging? These newer forms of online communication, known as web version 2.0, provide real-time interaction between you and your audience. This means that upon posting your commentary, article or musings live to the Internet, readers may immediately post their own responses in an open platform that allows all voices to contribute their opinions. Should your business consider these new forms of marketing as part of your overall marketing strategy? Well, yes and no.
This is the age of the smartphone – at last count, some 33 million iPhones and millions of Androids have been sold – and a new avenue for marketing your company has been paved. Branded smartphone applications (or Apps, as they have come to be called) give your company a new opportunity to put your name and services in the palm of your customer’s hand. Talk about a captured audience – the smartphone App lets you interact with your tech-savvy, mobile audience on a one-to-one basis.
All successful websites – those that rank high in organic search engine results – have one thing in common: they are consistently updated. The Internet is an evolving media, and your website must evolve as well. Websites need to be current or they risk becoming stale, and untended sites regularly fall lower on the list of search engine results.