Brands and consumers alike have become skeptical of the value of influencer marketing. But, home interior Instagram content creators seem to have it all figured out while staying true to themselves.
Healthcare marketing is making the shift towards digital. Is your brand prepared to launch a successful campaign? Read more on how to be proactive in reaching HCPs in a virtual world.
2021 will be a big year for data privacy, including changes from both the ad industry and lawmakers across the country. We’re here to guide you through it.
Many consumers are unfollowing brands on social media because they feel their content is inauthentic. Nobody cares about #FOMO anymore—you know, since we’re kinda all missing out on something. Consumers want content that’s real, raw, inclusive, and socially responsible.
We’re happy to share our win of FOUR MarCom Awards this year for Cynosure, Ban Antiperspirant Roll-On Deodorant, LUMIFY™️ redness reliever eye drops, and Rochester JCC across multiple categories.
Proud to bring home a win in multiple categories for the team through our work with 2 for 7 Restaurant Group’s Black & Blue, RefleXion, Ban Antiperspirant Roll-On Deodorant, Hologic Genius™ 3D Mammography™, and LUMIFY™️ redness reliever eye drops in the 2020 Davey Awards.
In an especially chaotic year, the H&G team reflects on the good things that came out of it. Some had new additions to the family and others discovered habits they want to keep up for years to come.
We’re so psyched to announce we're a finalist in the 2020 Drum Social Buzz Awards for Best Use of Social Media Advertising with Hologic Genius™ 3D Mammography™ .
Stumped on how your brand can make an impact and stand out above the crowd? Focus on becoming a challenger within the industry, not just a disrupter to the feed. Read more here.
We won a GDUSA 2020 Health + Wellness Graphic Design Award™️ under the Advertising and Ad Campaigns category for our work with LUMIFY™️ redness reliever eye drops.
While many plan for what is easiest to accommodate for, reality requires more. We must consider all users, participants, and society members before we can move towards inclusivity. Read Becca Post’s thoughts for change here: