Digital marketing connects brands to customers for instant access and response, raising both challenges and opportunities. Targeted channels allow you to communicate precise messages to an exact audience for specific, measurable results.
Three Box crafts custom digital marketing campaigns that reach your right audiences at the right times for real impact. We integrate web, social and email strategies to reinforce brand messages that build awareness, generate loyalty and drive purchasing or response.
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In the latest post of our "Diverse Voices" blog series, Three Box summer intern Alexia Johnson debunks stereotypes about Gen Z and analyzes ways that their integration into the workforce will actually drive industries forward.
In the last few years, #sponsored has evolved from a discrete footnote to a glaring advertisement on our feeds. In an age where consumers are sniffing out authenticity and turning their backs on traditional marketing efforts, how can you ensure your influencer marketing campaign sticks? Three Box Senior Associate Teddi Cliett weighs in.
Feel like you don’t have enough experience to apply for a PR internship? In this week’s post, Three Box summer intern Alexia Johnson recommends a few ways to hone your skills before submitting your resume.
In a world of digital marketing, the best way to connect people in meaningful ways is still through shared experiences. Amanda Hill share why marketers should still spend dollars on experiential marketing.
$500,000. On average, that’s what a Kardashian/Jenner makes for a single Instagram post. Influencers are everywhere, so how should you leverage them?
2018 is here, and we’re optimistic about what this year has in store for public relations and marketing. Here are the top five trends on our radar.
An interesting article recently came out at CIO Dashboard, entitled “Who’s in Charge of Digital?” The world often presents dramatic business changes that cause questions about C-suite roles and responsibilities. But I'd caution leaders to pay close attention when changes are proposed to executive designations.