The use of scarcity marketing, employing phrases like "Before it's too late!" or "Limited Edition!" to trigger the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO), has become a widespread practice in marketing. You’ve probably spent a pretty penny on websites with a countdown clock or rushed to your nearby Starbucks for a limited-time flavor. Pumpkin-spice latte, anyone?
It’s Saturday night and you’re watching your favorite show. As the show reaches a thrilling climax, it cuts to a commercial break, and that is when your eyes catch something extraordinary. You come across a mouthwatering food ad that stands out from the rest. The perfectly plated dish looks incredibly delicious. However as a health-conscious individual, you are curious about the nutritional information of this tempting meal.
Did you know that the font you use can have a huge impact on how people perceive your brand? It's true!
In today’s competitive world of branding and marketing, brands are always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to connect with their audience. Believe it or not, one strategy that has emerged as particularly effective is typeface design. That’s right, fonts can be a powerful tool in promoting a cause and building a brand’s reputation.
In this blog post, we'll dive into the science behind the use of handwritten typefaces, and how it can create a sense of interpersonal connectedness that leads to charitable behavior. We'll also provide practical tips on how to choose the right typeface for your brand and more. Whether you're a non-profit organization or a luxury brand, this post will show you how to leverage the power of fonts to create a stronger and more effective marketing campaign. So, are you curious to learn more about how the right font can make a big difference?
Imagine you are walking through the city center on a cold winter day. You come across an ad displaying the perfect hot chocolate and you start craving some warmth. One minute later, you find yourself standing in line to grab one.
It is not very surprising that hot chocolate ads work better during winter time than summer time. But did you know that you can boost your ad by adjusting it to the surrounding temperature for almost any product?
What is the absolute dream of a brand struggling with a dwindling consumer base? Waking up to find out their demand has suddenly gone through the roof and the biggest problem is not being able to keep up with production!
That’s what happened to the confectionary brand MoonPie when they changed marketing tactics in 2017. Was it their product? Their distribution or sales promotion that they’ve changed?