These Minnesota companies are leading the way in bold branding and forward thinking. Is it time for your company’s brand refresh? Read More
Finding an agency that fits your needs can be a difficult choice. At DreamBig, we don’t mess around when it comes to meeting our client’s business needs, which is exactly why we designed a creative process that ensures the best results for each brand. When a business chooses to work with us, we provide them with a well thought out and structured method that will guarantee the incredible website design, branding, infographics, or other creative collateral that a business needs and deserves. Our team gets personal, listens, and collaborates with our clients so that they walk away feeling taken care of as well as trusting that we will get the job done and that we will provide amazing results.
We know that as a small business there can be tight budgets, small teams, and definitely not a lot of wiggle room. It doesn’t matter what kind of business you own, you will definitely need a professional and well functioning website, a unique logo and identity, and compelling marketing collateral to succeed or even survive.
Most people have heard of the phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words.” We don’t want to sound like a broken record, but it certainly rings true when it comes to bringing data to life. In 2013, Google recorded more than 67,000 searches per month for the terms ‘infographic’ or ‘infographics,’ and this number has only grown over the years. It has even been proven that content with relevant images gets 94% more views than content without relevant images. (HubSpot) Read More
(Editors note, this blog is about marketing, not politics or any politician or political party)
Someone told me that Donald Trump knows how to market himself. He is hated and reviled by many, says sexist, offensive and potentially dangerous things, and has sued people for ridiculous claims.
Yet, he is successfully winning votes and arguably creating one of the most interesting campaigns most of us have ever seen, so no matter how you feel about him or his approach, he must be doing something right.
That doesn’t mean you should follow suit when marketing your business. Read More