We know by now that even long-term wildly successful campaigns receive major overhauls. How else are brands supposed to keep consumers on their toes?
What happens when a major brand decides to expand its product set in order to suck in – pun intended – a new kind of customer?
That's exactly what Dyson with the release of its Supersonic Hair Dryer over the summer. Even with the $399 price tag, customers seem to be flocking to this revamped version of an essential appliance.
Dyson's diversified product line shows that the company is successfully avoiding corporate drift.
Continue reading to learn how brands successfully pivot.
Garden Media had a blast at the Garden Writer’s Annual Conference & Expo in Atlanta this week. In addition to mingling with old friends, touring beautiful gardens and hosting an unforgettable party for our clients, the GMG team got to honor Katie Dubow as Emergent Communicator of the Year.
Continue reading for highlights from #GWA2016
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Garden Media Group may be a boutique PR firm, but our presence is felt worldwide.
Our headquarters in Kennett Square, PA, works with clients in more than two countries, five states and across a handful of time zones.
We’re committed to serving clients as if we’re sitting in the cubicle next door.
Whether in Taipei or in our own backyard, it’s our mission to make sure clients get what they need – and that we’re available when needed!
Continue reading to learn how.
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You know by now that NaTECHure combines technology and nature to create an enhances outdoor experience.
This trend has the potential to create new generation of nature lovers.
Here’s a look into the essence of what makes NaTECHure popular.
Continue reading for a deep dive into NaTECHure.
It’s impossible to escape the hashtag these days. The tiny # symbol has successfully infiltrated most social media platforms and is used for a variety of difference reasons online.
Public relations professionals and social media managers alike use hashtags to garner attention to their brands and connect with like-minded consumers on the web. Hashtags are also a fast, easy way to communicate directly with customs and brand ambassadors.
While the # may seem simple, there is a lot of strategic planning that goes into choosing the right hashtag and using it.
This infographic from the Huffington Post shows how to best use this powerful social media tool.
Read more to Harness Hashtag Power
NaTECHUre is a top trend in the gardening industry for 2016.
It’s no secret that virtual reality engages kids with gardening and nature in fun, new ways. When technology and nature combine, kids get off the couch and head outside to the garden.
Garden brands looking to be successful need to pay attention to the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) craze.
There are a lot of things PR pros can do to incorporate VR and AR in their strategies and bring their clients into the future.
Read on to learn how to incorporate virtual reality in your PR strategy.
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You know by now that working in the PR industry is similar to attending matchmaking bootcamp.
Research, listening are a few things PR professionals need to do to match the perfect client with the perfect customer. Timing plays a huge role, too.
We’ve identified additional things that make brands irresistible to consumers.
Read on to learn how you can become better PR matchmaker.
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For today’s trending Thursday post, we’re highlighting the NaTECHure trend from our 2016 Garden Trends Report.
NaTECHure is the intersection of two of the hottest trends in education: technology and nature.
When technology and nature come together they get people off the couch outside. The latest example of this is the Pokemon craze, but other new apps and virtual reality engage kids with gardening and nature in fun, new ways.
Learn more about NaTECHure from our latest YouTube video.
Today is National Matchmaker Day- yes there is a holiday for everything. This holiday marks a particularly important one for PR professionals, because it is a great day to learn how to make the best match for your customers.
Just being Mr. Reliable or Ms. Congeniality isn’t enough. When looking for the perfect match, you need to pull out all the stops and know every aspect of your potential partner.
Being a good matchmaker, or PR professional, is about the ability to listen and understand the habits, passions and hobbies of the pair.
Asking the right questions can be the difference between success and failure in setting up an interview, pitching a new client or even simply enjoying a meal with a prospect.
Read on to learn how matchmaking relates to PR and how you can become a better matchmaker.
The increase of back-to-school sale emails and the smell of pumpkin spice lattes in the air indicates summer is winding down and Labor Day is here!
While this long weekend is usually celebrated near water, with family, and friends, it doesn’t mean your marketing efforts should be put on hold.
Read on to learn how to create opportunities that keep your garden business on top.