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23 Jun 2017

Remembering an Advertising Legend

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Earlier this month, the legendary marketing strategist Jack Trout passed away. Along with his business partner, Al Ries, the consummate ad man made the notion of ‘brand positioning’ the holy grail of successful marketing.

Their book, published in 1981, ‘Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind’ became a clarion call for businesses large and small: To win, occupy a space where your competitors aren’t. And that space is in the consumer’s mind.

21 Feb 2017

Saying Goodbye to 2016

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2016, what a year. We’re well over a month in and there’s still no shortage of “me vs. 2016” memes in our newsfeeds. Although we’re embracing 2017 with open arms, we can’t help but stop and think about all of the great things that happened in the last year, especially in advertising.
15 Dec 2014

Retargeting- Not as Creepy as You Think

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I always enjoy explaining retargeting to a person who is unfamiliar with the term. Usually, as soon as I begin explaining it a light bulb goes off and they realize that they have experienced retargeting. My favorite response was from my mother when I explained to her how retargeting works- “So Talbots doesn’t just serve me ads because they think I look good in their clothes?”

21 Aug 2014

Rinck Adds Nikki Jarvais as Account Planner

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Auburn, Maine (August 21, 2014) – Nikki Jarvais of Windham, Maine, has joined the talented staff at Rinck Advertising, a full-service marketing, promotions and public relations agency located in Auburn, Maine. Jarvais will serve as Account Planner for the agency, handling a variety of client accounts including the University of Southern Maine, The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing, The Dempsey Challenge, United States Power Squadron and American Glass Research, among others.
14 Mar 2014

Social Proof and why it’s just like high school for brands.

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Social Proof is a really fun buzzword, but what it stands for is your brand’s social street cred. It’s the equivalent of being the new kid at school and getting the popular kid to sign your yearbook. When other people find out, everyone is going to want to tell you to have a nice summer. Social Proof removes fear for consumers by showcasing a friend’s endorsement or activity and shortens the path for acquiring a new fan for brands.
12 Mar 2014

How to choose an event that best represents your brand?

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Have you ever tried a Google search for, “Events in Maine?” Over 185,000,000 results appear. When you narrow your search to, “Events in Southern Maine,” only 35,300,000 results appear. Now search for, “Trade shows in Maine” and 9,080,000 results appear. Lastly, when you search for, “Trade shows in Southern Maine” you receive over 11,200,000 results.