For an industry that prides itself on creativity, there sure are a lot of #basic people in marketing. Are you a basic marketer? You never know. Better play it safe and check out our latest blog to learn how you and your work can become a bit less basic. Link in bio!
( Matthew 22:1-16 ) -And Jesus answered and spoke to them again by parables and said: 2 “The Kingdom of Heaven is like a certain King who arranged a marriage for His Son, 3 and sent out His servants to call those who were invited to the wedding; and they were not willing to come. 4 Again, He sent out other servants, saying, ‘Tell those who are invited, “See, I have prepared my dinner; my oxen and fatted cattle are killed, and all things are ready. Come to the wedding.” ’ 5 But they made light of it and went their ways, one to his own farm, another to his business. 6 And the rest seized his servants, treated them spitefully, and killed them. 7 But when the King heard about it, He was furious. And He sent out His armies, destroyed those murderers, and burned up their city. 8 Then He said to His servants, ‘The wedding is ready, but those who were invited were not worthy. 9 Therefore go into the highways, and as many as you find, invite to the wedding.’ 10 So those servants went out into the highways and gathered together all whom they found, both bad and good. And the wedding hall was filled with guests.
Kleuren, ze lijken zo vanzelfsprekend. Toch krijgen we onbewust heel veel emoties en gevoelens bij kleuren. Dit is voor iedereen anders. Maar toch zijn er ook een heleboel overeenkomsten. En dát is waar het interessant wordt. Waarom? Omdat je met die gegevens heel goed kunt inspelen op het gevoel van je doelgroep.⠀
Leuk om je hier eens verder in te verdiepen en te bepalen of de kleuren die jij hebt gekozen (of wilt gaan kiezen) wel echt matchen met het gevoel dat jij wilt uitdragen.⠀
Heb jij al onderzoek gedaan naar de kleuren die je gebruikt binnen je bedrijf?👇
Here are 5 quick tips to help boost your #engagement on #socialmedia ! 💬 Share/comment on others content 💬 Talk about your topic (not just your brand) 💬 Add hashtags in your captions 💬 Run contests and giveaways 💬 Offer advice or tips 💬 Make your posts visually appealing
Have a great Tuesday!
Design by Bunker3022 ( #Behance ) @bunker3022
Bunker3022 + @laconceptualist developed this luxury branding specially for Jade`s first real state project in Paraguay.
Jade Park, designed by the famous architect Carlos Ott, combines luxury apartments with great green spaces. Jade Park proposes a premium home-life in departments, with all the benefits of outdoors, offering to the inhabitants a similar comfort to the one of a house. It`s the first project of this kind in Asunción, Paraguay. It was developed by Jade Signature + Fortune International Group.
We chose a sober color palette with a touch of copper to denote luxury and mixed it with an elegant type. The building´s shape was so characteristic that we decided to synthesize it into a geometric logo that looks strong and consistent, yet organic and alive.
Jade Park –– December 2015.
Strategic Brand Communication Alexia Silva
18 2,0426 hours ago
The Pineapple_ball Music Festival
Design by Rob Juárez ( #Behance ) @rob_juarez
It is the most popular music festival in the Dominican Republic, organized by ShaveUrLegz. The festival each year promotes within its setlist artists who go from Rock to tropical music. This project shows a large part of the graphics used in the image of the festival, where elements such as musical instruments, food, leaves, all coexist inside a pineapple with a metal structure, which is a key part of the festival's image .
A pleasure to work in this type of projects with people who give you the confidence to propose and explore. Thanks to the friends of ShaveUrLegz and Modafoca.
I hope you like it :) @rob_juarez (c)
13 2,14320 August, 2019
Want to make more money doing what you do? Try using Price Anchors. The principle is that we all rely too much on the first piece of information that we receive. So when it comes to pricing, anchor high. Say a big number first. This number is usually considerably higher than the number you intend to say.
Here’s an example of how we use it. I will often tell clients that our minimum level of engagement is $100k. This is regardless of what the task is.
Once we start talking about their goals, motivations and determine what they need, they have been conditioned to think it will cost around 100k. So any number I say that is around $100k will seem very reasonable.
Conversely if the client says they only have $30k before I have the opportunity to bring up the budget, now, I’m stuck thinking about a number that’s not too far away from $30k. See how anchors work? Give it a try. When you’re successful, just remember where you learned this from.
If you’re not confident talking about money, I recommend using precise numbers. The client will think you really put thought into it. When you become more confident use round numbers for the exact opposite reason. It says to the client “it’s the price if you want to me.” They can’t detect a formula to negotiate against.
If you want more, I’ll be doing workshops on Pricing Strategies. Check the last slide for dates. Check the Futur’s FB page for more info.