Learn how your brand can leverage social media to navigate marketing disruption during times of crisis.
Leading B2B publication MarketingProfs featured STIR’s insights on how to adapt marketing strategies amidst crises like COVID-19. Read more.
Take an active role in protecting your brand from damaging associations and questionable advertising placements.
Marpipe featured STIR’s data-driven creative process in the article, “How Founders and Marketers Decide What Their Ads Look Like.” Read more.
Social media brand partnerships are more than a ‘like’ on Instagram. Here, we breakdown why your company should tap into influencer marketing and decipher who is actually the best person to represent your brand.
That Facebook commercial. More :60 second ads. Super Bowl 2020 showed us TV is still an ad powerhouse. See which brands we think leveraged it most.
On social media, image is everything and cropped or blurry photos reflect poorly on your brand. Our 2020 Social Media Size Guide will ensure you always have up-to-date sizes for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Twitter’s ban on political ads and new restrictions on cause-based ads is impacting thousands of businesses’ marketing efforts. Don’t let it disrupt yours.
Making the news can have a massive impact on your brand. But to get there, your company needs to be mediagenic. Here are tips straight from the mouths of media on how to get your company press and send ROI through the roof.
With 50,000 expected visitors, the 2020 DNC offers MKE businesses a great opportunity to generate positive brand awareness and new customers. Here are four ways to make the most out of this moment in history.
Ready to take a stab at writing a bylined article? We’re in the Halloween spirit, so here’s a no-fear approach to getting the job done, Stephen King style.
NL Suits needed an identity to reflect its high style and completely custom fit. We put together new messaging, a fresh logo and an image campaign featuring real clients in their own suits and displayed it on new storefront window banners.