Okay people. We’re a month in to 2016. Time moves at a very rapid pace. The question: What have you done to aid in the facilitation of your New Year’s resolution marketing goals? We hope you’re well on your way to bringing those goals to fruition. If you’re still wrapping your mind around the next 11 months, here are 16 thoughts/ideas to get the visual side of your content marketing up to snuff in 2016.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, founded by Colonel Harland Sanders in 1952, continues to be a worldwide phenomenon to this day. Their sacred fried chicken recipe has literally been a recipe for success, and what started out as a local chicken eatery is now a multinational company. With few changes to the original logo overtime, one thing has remained entirely constant- their brand identity.
un·der·whelm, verb. Fail to impress or make a positive impact on (someone); disappoint.
Unfortunately for fans of the Cleveland Browns, this is a word they are becoming all too familiar with.
After closing out the 2014 season by setting a franchise record for the longest period without a playoff appearance, the team has disappointed fans once again this week with the reveal of an entirely lackluster new branding campaign, a project that had been in the works since 2013.
Originally set in motion to give the team a new spark, the plan...