It's throwback Thursday, and we're throwing it back to 1957 with a fun vintage giveaway! I highlight it here in this quick video, but if you're not in the mood to watch a video about creating videos (ironic, yes?), then scroll down and check out the pictures and enter to win!
Resonsive Web Design (RWD) describes a website that adapts or “responds” to the device on which it’s being viewed. For example, the below website looks slightly different when viewed on a desktop monitor, tablet or smartphone. It’s designed this way to ensure the user has the best possible experience no matter how he or she comes to the site.
Example of a responsive web design we created for a client
Buyer personas are important for organizations, but like many tools they are most effective when embraced by all areas of the business. In some companies, the marketing department (whether that consists of one person or 50) develops and utilizes personas regularly, but the buy-in doesn't always extend to other departments.
Even if you appreciate the benefits of buyer personas, you might struggle gaining acceptance from other areas including the sales team or upper management.
If this sounds familiar, we've outlined some of the key benefits of using buyer personas below. Hopefully these will help you make your case:
A video popped up in my Facebook newsfeed yesterday, shared by a friend with the caption “get your Kleenex ready.”
It was exactly the response the brand wanted.
This particular video was created by Kleenex as part of its “Messages of Care” campaign, which includes a series of videos intended to make the viewer reach for a tissue (Kleenex brand, of course).