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Something I have always loved about the city of Philadelphia is the diversity of its people and food! All types of food can be found within a few city blocks—from vegan to steaks to cookies being delivered at 2 a.m. This city truly has it all.

Pinterest is great for holiday shopping and advertisers
Tara NeroneBy: Tara Nerone

#HolidayGoals

If you’re anything like me, this is the time of year when you really hit your Pinning stride on Pinterest. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas are my Pinterest big three trifecta. My home page is a flurry of DIY halloween costumes, fall recipes, holiday drinks and decorating inspiration.

Caitlin OrnerBy: Caitlin Orner

The NFL: This Is What Extreme Brand Loyalty Looks Like.

Football season is in full swing and there is no doubt that the NFL has some of the most brand loyal fans in major league sports… Is your brand scoring an emotional touchdown with your customers and prospects?

Eric CrawfordBy: Eric Crawford

Please Don’t Use Comic Sans In Your Company Email.

Before the advent of email, businesses primarily used snail mail for written communications. At that time, branded stationery and a well-formatted letter were really important because it projected the image of the company, and oftentimes was the first line of communication.

Tara NeroneBy: Tara Nerone

Brand Dies in Sameness: A Look at Major News Outlets.

If we covered the mastheads of three major national newspapers, would you know who was delivering the content? The news media has become the subject of the news and we are interacting with these brands more than ever. While few have differentiated themselves, most are living in the ‘sea of sameness.

Caitlin OrnerBy: Caitlin Orner

When Good Marks Go Bad.

2017 has seen a lot of branding changes as we dash to the halfway point, with some being better than others. When a well-established and easily recognizable brand decides to “freshen” their look, the world takes notice; and when they fail, we notice even more.

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