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Amazon Technology Helps local Apparel Micro-Factories

Many believe Amazon only works with gigantic embroidery and apparel companies like Custom Ink, Logo Up, Nike and Land’s End. This was true a few years ago, but now Amazon is choosing local micro-factories that are located in the Seattle and Tacoma areas. A micro-factory is any factory that has less than 25 employees with […]

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Beanie Flashback to 1985

Posted by on 11:23 pm in Caps, Marketing, Services

Beanie Flashback We brought out our old VHS tapes and found this beauty that was produced back in 1985.  It’s kinda funny, we are still selling the same styles of beanies today. The Carhartt, Journeyman, is still our #1 selling in 2019.   Gotcha! After watching the video, we have to tell you that this […]

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What marketing lessons can we learn from Jurassic World?

Bigger and faster don’t mean better The main dinosaur in the movie, the terrific giant Indominous Rex, is the result of a strong goal-oriented idea. Scientists and founders of Jurassic Park wanted to create the biggest and most aggressive monster on Earth so as to attract people and grow attendance at the park. Most companies, […]

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Techniques to Brainstorm Like a God & Infographic!

Posted by on 7:38 am in Blog, Industry Tips, Marketing, Services, T-Shirts

There is no such a thing as a great idea and immediately crafting it into a piece of art. So in order to make this process easier and more effective we created this list of brainstorming techniques combined with other methods that activate your lateral thinking. You will be able to unite your efforts to […]

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Advergaming- The advertising value video games can offer

The very best advergaming is actually a playable, interactive game that happens to include promotional messages. Video games are designed to keep you in that sweet spot between happiness, frustration and progressive skill development. You just want to keep playing and playing. So, naturally, hardly anything would be more frustrating than advertisements plastered all over […]

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What if brands had fictional ambassadors?

Celebrities and athletes have been representing brands since before most of us were even born. It’s not surprising that it still works; we emulate our idols. Lately, some companies have started thinking well outside the box. They’ve gotten creative by using fictional characters as brand ambassadors. The idea is extremely entertaining, so we got to […]

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Creative Advertising: Then-and-Now’s of some of the world’s most famous brands

We’ll be exploring the topic by analysing campaigns of some memorable brands like McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, etc. These companies have stayed a float in this ever-changing market for many years, but nobody does that without applying some changes here and there. Looking at how advertising has evolved over the years has made me think about […]

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Mindset Segmentation And How to Use It

What is Mindset Segmentation? The term “mindset segmentation” was first used by marketer Kellie Cummings. She noted that: “Mindset segmentation identifies people based on their emotional desires and expectations. Simply put, there’s more to customers than their willingness to purchase products. When employees see the human side of customers, they can develop communications that sustain […]

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10 Ways to Make Customers Fall in Love with Your Business

Nurturing relationships with your customers is a crucial part of growing a successful business. In this age of automation and innovation, caring for your customers has never been more important. It’s quite clear that now is a good time to solidify your relationship with your customers in a meaningful way. Here are 10 ways to […]

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Marketing lessons from the Vatican

“Find new ways to spread the word of God to every corner of the world”. – Pope Francis Stay on top of new trends. Once upon a time advertising agencies had only radio, newspapers and TV to distribute their content. Needless to say, today that list seems ridiculous. May it be viral marketing or social […]

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