We’ve all heard the term – “Millennials.” Equally loved as being a compassionate, forward-thinking generation that will mold the future and derided as lazy, self-centered and tech-obsessed, Millennials are a polarizing bunch.
Valentine’s Day is approaching, and love is in the air. It’s one of the most popular and celebrated holidays throughout the year, and a great opportunity to spread messages of love and affection to everyone we know and care about. But Valentine’s Day is more than just an opportunity to celebrate love, eat lots of tasty candy and decorate the office with paper hearts. It’s a great marketing opportunity and a good chance to make both customers and employees feel the love, too.
The new year is already here, and it’s hard not to look back on the past year and reflect. Hopefully it was a successful one, but even the best of years can inspire us to look forward to the next one. It’s impossible not to daydream about the upcoming year in hopes that you can make it your best ever.
As time passes, our lives have become more and more centered on our online interactions. We post our thoughts and favorite photos to social media feeds, shop for everything from groceries to gifts online and do everything from setting dentist appointments to finding a ride in a strange town through the tiny computers we hold in our hands. The world of business and marketing has followed this trend, just like almost every other facet of our lives, but proven, traditional marketing methods still hold their place in the business world – so much so that even Amazon, one of the authors of the digital revolution we live in, still relies on print marketing to reach customers in a personal, familiar way that drives results: holiday catalogs.