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What Brands Should Consider Before Getting Involved In Political Activism
Mar 03 2017

What Brands Should Consider Before Getting Involved In Political Activism

The recent rise of polarization and controversy in the political environment has brought an unprecedented amount of companies taking strong sociopolitical stances publically, including executives speaking out from Fortune 500 companies like Apple, Microsoft, Coca Cola, Goldman Sachs, Airbnb, Nike, Starbucks, and Facebook to name a few.   What makes this era unique is that while companies are leveraging their power for political change, it equally empowers consumers with an opportunity for activism. As companies take a left or right leaning side, the consumer has a clear point of action regarding how...

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Oct 28 2015

Case Study: How to Drive Conversions with a Holiday Discount Campaign

Increasing Student Registrations through Email Marketing   Thinking about hosting a holiday campaign to drive conversions and build awareness about your brand or business? Last year, Mambo ran an incredibly successful holiday campaign for one of our higher education clients, Portland State University’s Center for Executive and Professional Education (CEPE). By marketing this program across all of CEPE’s channels and customer touch points, we were able to leverage cross-channel pollination while tracking which channels were the highest converting. Read on to find out which channel we found was the most effective for...

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Feb 25 2015

Building a Group That Leads: Developing a Successful LinkedIn Group

As busy marketers, we want to avoid managing another social media channel that’s not providing ROI, or not clearly adding value to our brand reputation. A good marketer knows that the content they serve to their LinkedIn audience should be unique and will not be the same content they serve to their Facebook audience, for example. In order to distinguish this relevant content, one must be savvy to the channel, the target audience, and the content that performs well with them.

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Dec 17 2014

Never a Better Time for Marketing: Start 2015 Off Right With 25% Off PSU’s Digital Marketing Certificate

The holidays are always a time to celebrate and reflect upon the year. At Mambo we have a lot to celebrate, but also a lot to look forward to. 2015 promises innovative digital marketing trends that will continue to advance the way we create, share and track our marketing efforts. We also know the more we invest in our efforts, the bigger and more gratifying our ROI will be. As a team of passionate leaders and creative thinkers, it only seems right that our very own Mambo Media founder, Siouxsie Jennett...

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Dec 20 2013

Who Doesn’t Like a Discount? Here’s Something to Tweet Home About!

The holidays are always a time to celebrate. It’s a good time to reflect upon the year. At Mambo we have a lot to celebrate. Our agency has been growing quickly and healthily and all to the thanks of our amazing clients. While we could write a blog on each of our fabulous clients (and we do, eventually), I’d like to write this blog as an ode to our relationship with PSU’s Center for Executive and Professional Education (CEPE). It’s an exciting time of the year because they are in the...

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Nov 08 2013

Calling All Troops!

Mambo is honored to have many amazing clients. Today we’re super excited as one of them, Portland’s helmet company Nutcase Helmets, put on their nuttiest gear and headed to Philadelphia for the Philly Bike Expo this weekend. Being successful at live tweeting doesn’t happen by just showing up at the event. Nutcase has an integrated digital and traditional marketing plan that stretches across all channels. In this week's blog (and a follow-up, to be posted next week), I provide recommendations for effective live tweeting for an event to complement all the...

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Aug 01 2013

Is Your Crisis Communications Go-Bag Packed?

A crisis can come even when least expected. An internal employee accidentally tweets on the company account. A disgruntled associate takes private information public. A video goes viral at an inopportune time. One customer’s complaint snowballs into a wave of negative feedback from followers. Are you prepared? In the rapid network of communication and social media, all businesses are at risk for a PR disaster to strike. No matter your company’s size, if you don’t have a crisis communications plan, a small spark could spread like wildfire and damage the reputation...

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