The Studiothink Blog
Wine fuelled articles about branding and marketing.
Why Your Company Needs Authentic Core Values
Core values. Some call them bullshit. But around here we hire, fire, live and work by them, and we believe there is huge benefit in having core values. Here's how to create your own company core values, and some lessons we learned along the way.
A Non-Boring Approach to Content Marketing
Content marketing sounds like another tedious business activity that I don’t have time for. Content plus marketing. Distributing value? Driving customer action? This all sounds hard. Gross. But wait until you hear what content marketing really is.
The Power of Purposeful Brands. What’s Your ‘Why’?
As a branding agency, our job is, of course, to make a company look better. But today the conversation needs to be about more than look, it needs to be about how we can keep your brand relevant by uncovering your purpose and putting it to work for you. Here's how.
Do You Need a New Website? [Infographic]
In a recent Hubspot survey, 71% of companies say closing more deals is their top sales priority, and, only 29% of people want to talk to a salesperson to learn more about a product, while 62% will consult a search engine. These statistics lead many businesses to ask, “Do I need a new website?” We've created a super simple self-diagnostic chart that will let you know the real answer.
Crowdculture—How To Build Brand Traction
Today’s savvy consumers want to listen and buy from brands they feel a connection with, to follow and support companies who share their beliefs, emotions and causes. What today’s brands must deliver is substance and authentic content, from real people. There is even have a fancy new buzzword for this authenticity—Crowdculture.
How to Choose a Creative Agency
Let’s face it, you haven’t worked with them before, and the only thing you know so far is the price they’ve given you in their proposal. So how do you determine if this is THE one? The agency who will love you and work with you forever? Here are 10 ways how to choose a creative agency. And we are totally okay (kind of) with the fact that it might not be us.