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April 1, 2024

Decoding Different Generations: A Guide to Digital Marketing Across Ages

Yes, we know, you’ve heard it all before: Boomers are self-indulgent, Gen X is arrogant, Millennials are entitled, Gen Z’s naïve, blah blah blah… Sometimes, it […]
March 26, 2024

The Power of User-Generated Content (UGC)

Blue Orchid Marketing has said it before, and we’ll say it again: Consumers crave authenticity. After all, they’re bombarded by marketing messages constantly, some polished and […]
March 11, 2024

Advertorials and Infographics and Eblasts, Oh My!

Brands in the modern marketplace have plenty of tools designed to efficiently capture consumer attention. But with overflowing inboxes and ad fatigue on the rise, how […]
March 5, 2024

4 Marketing Triumphs to Inspire Future Wins

It’s easy enough to point to flops, but at Blue Orchid Marketing, we know that great success is impossible without assuming a little risk. In a […]
February 26, 2024

Human Beings + Custom Support = Better Marketing

People want things fast these days. At Blue Orchid Marketing, we’ve seen plenty of prospects unhappy with the long wait times and occasional radio silence they […]
February 5, 2024

Local Listings, Broad Reach: The Power of Proximity

These days, there’s always some new trend to keep track of, and the world of marketing is no exception. With countless channels vying for attention and […]
January 29, 2024

Audience Engagement on Social Media: Do’s and Don’ts

Social Media: A buzzing, ever-changing landscape where brands vie for attention with memes, cat videos, and carefully curated influencer posts. It can all seem pretty overwhelming […]
January 22, 2024

Website Mastery in 2024

Websites have come a long way since the early days. Now more than ever, your front-facing digital website presence can impress in a multitude of ways…and […]
January 17, 2024

Drive Engagement with a Strong Drip Marketing Campaign

Good email marketing can be a delicate balancing act. Too many communications and you run the risk of “spamming” the intended recipient; too few, and your […]
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