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Jim Joseph

Jim Joseph

Contributor / Marketing Master - Author - Blogger - Dad
Jim Joseph is a commentator on the marketing industry. He is Global CEO of communications agency Citizen Relations, author of The Experience Effect series and an adjunct instructor at New York University.

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Marketing Lessons From This Summer's Blockbuster Movies

Partnering with other companies on your marketing efforts can be a great way to maximize your reach. Here are lessons from three blockbuster movies taking partnership marketing to new levels.
Marketing

Marketing Like the Big Brands: Think You Know Your Customer? Think Again.

Knowing your target market means more than just choosing a specific demographic focus. It's about understanding exactly how your customers live their lives. Here are three ways to do that.
Marketing

When Social Media Is Not Your Best Marketing Strategy

Despite the hype, social media may not be your best approach when it comes to reaching your customers. Here are some questions to help determine whether to go social or not.
Marketing

6 Ways to Track Your Competition's Marketing Strategy

Staying on top of your competitor's marketing tactics is key if you want to be ahead of the game. But you don't need a big budget to do it. Here are six easy ways to stay in the know.
Marketing

Abercrombie & Fitch: Bad Business or Smart Targeting?

Abercrombie CEO's Mark Jeffries' recent claims that his brand is not made for "fat people" was a bold and controversial move, but offensive as his comments were, is he being savvy about target marketing?
Marketing

Defining Your Brand: The First Step In Your Marketing Strategy

Before creating a brand experience for customers, be sure you've thought critically about how you're going to define your brand. Here are three ways to get you there.
Marketing

What to Do When Customers Trash Your Brand Online: Advice for Experts and Rookies

If you're asking customers for feedback online, be prepared for the worst. Having a strategy about customer comments online is key in safeguarding your reputation.
Marketing

How to Build a Brand Experience for Customers

Successful branding means delivering an experience that feels both complete and consistent. Here's how you can use your marketing efforts to make a lasting impression on customers.
Leadership

3 Marketing Lessons from the Rise and Fall of Ron Johnson

J.C. Penney's ousted CEO made some bold marketing moves to try and turn the brand around. Customers weren't happy. Here are three key take-aways for your own marketing strategy.
Marketing

Forget What Your Customers Need; Branding Is About What They Want

Meeting your customers' needs is a given, but if it's building a brand you're interested in, you'll need to pay attention to what they want and work to make that emotional connection. Here's why.
Marketing

Last-Minute March Madness Marketing Tips

Everybody is talking about March Madness and if you're a smart marketer, so are you. Here are several low-cost strategies to get in on the action before it's too late.
Marketing

Why Startups Should Take a Big-Brand Approach to Marketing

You don't need a corporate-sized budget and a giant team to take on some of the big brands' strategies for marketing. Here's where to start.
Marketing

Merry Christmas: Time to Snuggle Up with Facebook, Twitter

While the rest of the world is drinking eggnog, consider doing something magical: Getting to know your customers better and identifying the emotional benefit of your brand.
Marketing

Big-Brand Results with Small-Business Budgets

Use these three marketing principles that the world's most successful brands have incorporated into their strategies to win over customers.