MEDIa and marketing
MEDIA! What is media?
In this day and age, it's EVERYTHING!
There used to be only a few avenues to distribute media and get information out to the masses. Then this little thing called the internet happened (thank you, Al Gore) and the possibilities exploded. These days, you have the traditional print ads in newspapers, magazines, signage of all kinds, traditional TV commercials and radio, but you also have many social media platforms, websites and other possibilities being dreamed up as we speak.
This is whAT WE DO.
We specialize in media content of all kinds for use in marketing in its various forms.
(tv shows, tv commercials, web content, short films, promotional videos and much more)
(print ads, print content for articles, catalog ads etc.)
HOW DO WE SET OURSELVES APART?
In one word...CREATIVITY
How do we set ourselves further apart?
Two words....hard work
Have you ever heard the old sayings "a picture is worth a thousand words" or "making hay"?
Both of these old sayings can not be more true for many applications but for marketing in the 21st century they are everything!
This is why
What several pages of words can do, a single picture can do in a split second by instantly telling a story, invoking emotions and making a impression on the viewer. The "power of picture" cannot be taken lightly. This image based philosophy is why magazines, television, the Internet and all social media platforms are so popular. They are not only popular but essential in this day and age for use in marketing one's company and becoming relevant in the marketplace.
Add the right images to aN effective strategy and they become even more powerful.
"MAKING HAY" or "making hay while the sun shines" is one of my favorite sayings. Why? Well, in the marketing world or any thing in life for that matter, doing now what one can do later yields more return. If you think waiting to market a business "later" is a good idea, you will only fall behind everyone that is pushing forward. In business and marketing, there are only two directions...UP and DOWN. Treading water is only letting competitors catch up, which in turn means one's company is falling behind.
As RICKY BOBBY would say "If you ain't first, you're last."