At their core, trade shows are visual and artistic endeavors that stretch the abilities of marketing teams to create realistic and effective advertising. With so many different companies displaying their ideas on the same floor, it is imperative to go outside the box to get noticed by potential leads.
The Debate About Social Media’s Impact on SEO
The folks at Google have not made it easy to understand whether social media affects SEO. In 2010, the company said that social signals – likes, shares, views, pins, etc. – did play a role in determining the rankings that show up on people’s search engine results pages (SERPs). But a few years later, they reported that social signals were not used in Google’s algorithm to determine rankings.
Having trouble getting sponsors to commit to your event? Your cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all sponsorship package may be to blame. In addition to basic sponsorship perks like logo-emblazoned swag, guaranteed trade show booths, and speaking opportunities, high-end event sponsors are increasingly drawn toward packages that include customized offerings and rewards.
From ancient oral histories to blogs, vlogs and social media, storytelling has long served as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation, and a way of conveying moral values. It has defined us and united us. Using the power of storytelling, brand managers forge an emotional connection between sales prospects and a company’s products or services.
In 1970, an adorable chartreuse-colored Muppet named Kermit the Frog told us all that it simply wasn’t easy “bein’ green.” If Kermit were to visit a trade show today, we think he’d be happily surprised. As exhibitors experiment with adding biowalls to their displays, they’re seeing attendees across the country respond with a collective and resounding “ahhhh.”
For startup business owners and graphic designers alike, there’s nothing more satisfying than building a new brand from scratch. It’s an exhilarating process where you never quite know what’s around the next corner. Startups need to be prepared for anything — and that includes creating a library of logos early on that will be flexible enough to suit any situation.
Here’s a handy checklist of essential logo design creative assets for startups and entrepreneurs.
Unlike fine wines, most corporate logos don’t improve with age. In fact, with so many consumer and technology firms changing course and evolving at lightning speed, most logos are unlikely to survive beyond a three-year shelf life. If your company logo is in need of a makeover, be sure to check out these logo redesign tips and trends.
Considering getting a trade show display but unsure if a new display is the right decision? Choosing a used trade show display can be a great alternative for most budget-conscious businesses and first-time companies looking to explore the opportunities that trade shows present. For those who own older displays where 90% of the pieces still look new but who only need a few small pieces replaced, purchasing a few select refurbished display pieces to replace the older ones can also be a budget friendly move as well.