April 2014 | HenkinSchultz Creative Services
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April 2014

Showing Gratitude: The Importance of Client Appreciation

By | Community, Video

These days, it seems like customer appreciation has taken a back seat in the midst of this hectic thing called life, and on the opposite side of the fence, loyalty is in short supply. To keep the trust and business of your clients, it’s more important than ever to show them how much they’re appreciated. Recently HenkinSchultz helped the SDSU Foundation orchestrate and produce a spectacular Donor Celebration Event. The goal was to show donors their direct impact on these kids’ lives and the ways in which they are opening doors that would have never been available if not for…

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Playlist of the Week: Spring 2014 Vibes

By | Playlists

A few weeks ago, my splendid coworker Fletch crafted a solid little playlist to prepare us for spring. Little did we know that we would be in for at least 3 more weeks of chilly weather. That said, I thought maybe we can try this again with another mix that can perhaps help us transition into spring with some pizazz. So I gathered some of my favorites tunes to come out in 2014 thus far and loosely compiled them into somewhat of a cohesive playlist to help us bring those warm spring and summer vibes. It’s a tad on the…

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We’re hiring an Office Manager!

By | Hiring

Office Manager HenkinSchultz is seeking a full-time Office Manager. We need someone with the skills, experience and savvy to be the backbone of our day-to-day operations. Responsibilities Include: Monthly financial statement preparation Accounts receivable and payable Billing and invoicing Payroll Insurance Skills and Experience: Accounting Degree Two or more years of experience is preferred Strong business and finance administration knowledge Basic accounting skills with a high degree of accuracy Experience managing the calendar of a busy office This is a kick-ass position with potential to grow, so if you’ve got the skills to pay the bills and can hit the…

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Defining Your Brand Style

By | In Other News

You may not be able to define it, but you know it when you see it. You have your own personal style – your brand. From the clothes you wear to the car you drive and the friends you choose to the social media you post, you have created your own personal brand. For the most part, this happens unconsciously. It’s a natural extension of your personality. You may sanitize it a little (if you’re smart) and streamline the message a little, but generally, it’s a reflection of you. Too bad it’s not nearly so easy for a company to…

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Ad of the Week: Taco Bell Goes for McDonald’s Breakfast Jugular

By | Ad of the Week, Advertising, Branding, Campaign, Commercials

In the cutthroat business that is fast food, a company must position itself as the better option – or blatantly smear the other’s name from here to Mexico. McDonald’s seems to have been the go-to breakfast place for many moons, beating out other breakfast wannabes such as Burger King or Carl’s Jr. But there is a new player in town and it hasn’t been shy by any stretch of the imagination. Taco Bell comes in swinging with it’s new breakfast menu marketing. First it was the Ronald McDonald ads about how these “Ronald McDonalds” loved the new breakfast menu at…

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Watch the Thrones. No, Seriously. Everyone Else Is.

By | Branding, Digital, Marketing, Television

As anticipation for the season four premiere of Game of Thrones reaches a fever pitch, HBO’s marketing department has kicked things into full gear in promoting its flagship program. From an onslaught of trailers to a hip-hop mixtape to releasing a branded craft beer, the shadow cast by the television juggernaut has been seemingly inescapable. Perhaps most impressive of all of this, is the art collection commissioned by HBO. Teaming with artist Robert M. Ball, the network has been releasing a new piece of art daily, each highlighting the most noteworthy death in the episodes leading up to the new…

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Creating a consistent marketing message, you can say that again.

By | Video

With any new marketing campaign, it’s important to define long-term goals and expectations for those goals. It is great to have a fantastic campaign but knowing whether it sticks with the target can be hard to measure or stand the test of time. So what does it take to make a campaign stand the test of time? That would be a consistent message. Brand strategy and communication need to reinforce a continuous message. In essence, what are you trying to tell these people? Some brands go with a great slogan like Burger King ‘Have it Your Way’, or a catchy…

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