Beads and doubloons aren’t the only things you can catch while we prepare for Mardi Gras. We’re throwing some of our favorite marketing tips to get you back in shape to catch almost any challenge this year.
As millions go about making resolutions, there seem to be some recurring themes along with some common words such as lose, try, learn, and quit. These words can also be the beginning of your marketing resolutions that could improve your business in the coming year.
Consumers are demanding new things today that they previously did not. Luckily, changes in marketing tools and technology have made it easier for us to meet the customer where they want us to be.
If you have a marketer in your personal or professional life, here are some gift ideas that will make them want to unwrap your gift first.
There are many tools casino marketers use to drive visits from known customers, but at some point, we have to fill the funnel and attract new and inactive or overdue customers. A focus on the foundational activities that will strengthen your new relationships at the first visit and into the future is a must.
Sensory marketing is the utilization of triggers to create an emotional experience. Traditional marketing (in the form of advertising) has leaned into sight and sound, but the other senses of touch, smell, and taste can create the memory triggers that will bond to a customer or guest. The theory is that this type of marketing can increase the chance of your target consumers recognizing your brand and buying your product or service because their emotions have been triggered.
Long, long ago, in the analog age when I started in this industry, companies lumped everyone in an age group together and painted with a broad brush creative-wise for advertising. But now, in this digital age, marketers must learn to be more specific to hit the sweet spot of consumer tastes.
Refocusing your casino brand is a big (and important) project, and there is a multitude of steps. Getting started is perhaps the most important.
Casino marketers have a treasure trove of opportunities to get attention in their social media channels, but getting the right type of attention and actively listening and engaging takes strategy and planning. Here’s how you can get a jump on your efforts.
Engagement has to be more than a thumbs up or star. What happens next? How do we maintain a cycle of engagement so that it is continuous? How do we engage with our customers and related audiences in a manner that always keeps our brand top of mind, always and continuously?