Creative Direction

Content Marketing Strategies: Why Your Content May Not be Getting Traffic

By Renae Gonner / July 27, 2018 / 0 Comments

When it comes to content marketing strategies, one of most difficult things is not creating the content but what happens after you hit publish. Once the content is out there, you may expect people to just flock to it. However, the saying that if you build it they will come is not always true in…

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The 7 Deadly Sins of Branding

By Renae Gonner / December 5, 2017 / 0 Comments

  Guest Contributor: Matt Hillman, Creative Director You have a great product, great service, great people, great materials—and your brand still sucks. Competitors in the building products marketplace keep racking up sales while you struggle to get by. It feels like you’re trying to scramble up a muddy hill, expending time and resources with little-to-nothing…

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Speaking Creative: 6 Tips for Efficient Revisions

By Renae Gonner / November 2, 2017 / 0 Comments

  Guest Contributor: Matt Hillman, Creative Director If you’ve been a building products marketer for long, chances are you’ve worked with “creatives,” those writers and designers—and even developers and programmers—who make the marketing materials that help sell your products. And if you’ve worked with them, that means you’ve likely had to review work and provide…

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5 Ways to Ensure You’re Using Your Creatives Effectively

By Renae Gonner / March 9, 2017 / 0 Comments

  Guest Contributor: Matt Hillman Creative Director There’s a misnomer that “creative types” are all sullen, unrealistic artists—or worse, that they don’t understand or care about the business. As a result, it’s all too easy to dismiss their potential contributions. A lot of the misperception around marketing creatives is actually founded in reality. Many writers…

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