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We’ve noticed a lot more traffic to our two blogs: When times are good you should advertise, when times are bad you MUST advertise and Market your business through the recession over the last couple of weeks. This is definitely understandable given the recent market shift. We took some time to revisit these blogs and provide you with updated information and analysis on effectively marketing through a recession.
We’ve all experienced a lot of change over the last couple of weeks due the spread of COVID-19. Many are transitioning to work from home as part of our nation’s social distancing plan. And what seems like a great opportunity to help us all slow down and relax can actually feel quite stifling, but we’ve got to get through it somehow.
The best way to reach the younger generation of consumers is through tailored content marketing – leveraging your products or services in genuine ways that truly speak to this market. Diversifying your social media strategy to include new forms of social sharing like TikTok is key to reach new audiences and adapt to market changes.
Until recently, two unique features set out-of-home (OOH) advertising apart from other forms of media in the industry – its minimal content requirements and large presence in a physical place. In the past, OOH’s single focus was on location placement without excessive regard to the content of the piece. With advancements in technology and the growing presence of digital screens in public places, the OOH arena is evolving fast.
Plagiarism, however, is not the only violation content developers need to keep in mind; copyright violation – particularly through image sharing, is quite common and can lead to legal action and fines. So what is the difference? In this article we will review the difference between plagiarism and copyright and give you a few tips on why it is important to keep your content legal and how to do so.