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How To Build an Effective Media Buying Strategy During a Crisis

Digital media planning and buying is a process that helps businesses and brands connect with prospects and customers as they move through the four stages of the buyer journey. Learn how to take your prospects through that journey in this blog post detailing how to build an effective media buying strategy for your business.

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5 Crisis Communication Tips for Weathering a Global Crisis Well

As the old saying goes, failing to plan is planning to fail. Never has that been truer than in the face of a global crisis. How you respond – whether you are calm and collected or flustered and floundering, depends on how prepared you are for the crisis. Creating a crisis communications plan is the first step to ensuring your business survives the crisis.

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5 Quick Tips for a Successful Client/Agency Relationship

Every day at OBI, we have the opportunity to work on challenging and rewarding projects that push us creatively. We use research-based strategies to challenge traditional assumptions. We make an impact, for the companies we work with as well as for ourselves. What’s the reason our days look like that? It all boils down to […]

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How to Kill it on Social Media

Brands killing it on social media create a following by talking about what their product provides NOT their product. This is a key distinction that many marketers miss.

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Does Email Marketing Still Work?

At OBI, we don’t fear change. We embrace it. Creatively, change is exciting because it allows room to try new and fun ways of capturing attention and engaging people through email.

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6 Web Design Trends Worth Watching

Brands are often afraid to stand out from the crowd. This seems to be particularly true of B2B brands. With so much on the line, we believe bold applications of creativity based on calculated risks drive real results. Here, we tackle six ways creativity is being used to make killer websites.

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Why Color Theory Matters to Marketers

When your art teacher had you mix primary colors in middle school, she was preparing you for success in the business world because color doesn’t just make art projects more interesting, it impacts the effectiveness of all areas of business on a subliminal level, especially those around marketing and advertising.

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Kevin Hutchison

Vice President of Client Relations and Business Development

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Ann Pedersen

Director of Strategic Communications and Public Relations

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