Unique, one-of-a-kind, best-of-breed and on it goes. We see this type of marketing speak over and over in marketing materials. And let’s be honest, we’ve all used it at one time or another. When you’re writing about your own program product or service, it’s easy to fall into the habit of hype and hyperbole. It’s understandable. After all, ultimately you’re hoping your ad, pitch, brochure, email or website marketing copy will capture attention and get readers to do something. […]
One of my first blogs eight years ago was Marketing to Canadians of South Asian and Chinese Origin… a hot trend. I have had many requests to update the blog. So here goes.
Chinese and South Asian Canadians are an increasingly important audience in the market, with populations expected to grow by 80% and 130%, respectively, over the next 15 years.
But according to IPG Mediabrands, marketers have very little resources on the audience’s attitudes towards brands as well as […]
A number of years ago I was having dinner with Northwestern Marketing Professor Philip Kotler and he mentioned to me that he was working on a book on Museum Marketing with his brother Neil (Neil G. Kotler is the president of Kotler Museum and Cultural Marketing Consultants, Arlington, Virginia, and a former museum professional at the Smithsonian Institution.) The book which has had two editions is an excellent resource for Museums. See: Museum Marketing and Strategy: Designing Missions, […]