Elizabeth J. Goodgold

18 Recent Stories

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Marketing Buzz 06/03

Mascot marketing; improving your on-the-phone vocal skills
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Marketing Buzz 05/03

When it pays to be hip; crack open these marketing books
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Marketing Buzz 04/03

Promoting your toy store to singles; your outdoor advertising options
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Marketing Buzz 03/03

Deciding if "wacky" will work for you; a "do not call" registry for telemarketers
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Brand-Spankin' Brew

Whipping its logo into shape got this brewery's business hopping.
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Shelf Life

Making the leap from the TV screen to the retail aisles is all about your brand image.
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Chasing Women

Targeting an auto services market that isn't so impressed by grease
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Keeping the Balls Rolling

Conforming to industry and customer tastes put a happy ending on this handmade's tale.
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Bear Market

How one company repositioned itself for a plush success story
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Nothing but Net

Offline advertising--who needs it?
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Space Mission

Your work environment may be the most substantial part of your brand.
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Shroom to Grow

The secret to keeping gourmet food fresh isn't Ziploc.
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Manned Rocket

With a little gender rebranding, this boutique really took off.
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Doctored Image

Take one total brand overhaul and call us in the morning.
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Dot Your Eyes

We spotted a hot branding idea.
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Just for Shows

With a new design, these booths are gonna walk all over you.
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Get Happy

Meet a company in desperate need of some deep-tissue branding.
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New Age

Want a grown-up company? Get a grown-up marketing strategy.

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