How to Strike While the Social Iron Is Hot: #NuggsForCarter

Posted by Lindsey Little on May 10, 2017

For many brands there is a lingering, unanswerable question of how to make something go viral. While there isn’t a formula for this phenomenon, it can and does happen from time-to-time. And when you’re suddenly the center of attention, it’s important to be poised and ready to participate in the conversation and become a brand everyone can love. That’s where you can have some control of the outcome.

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Topics: Digital and Social

Highs and Lows of iOS10

Posted by Mitchell Communications Group on September 16, 2016

It's HERE. iOS 10. As with nearly anything released by Apple, there is no shortage of opinions, criticism, or speculation -- and the Mitchell team is no exception!

Some have updated and others haven't, but Ann and Brantly give us their Highs and Lows after the first few days.

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Topics: Digital and Social, trends

Forging Authentic Customer Connections Through Digital and Social Engagement

Posted by Sarah Clark on September 15, 2016

For years, the restaurant industry has relied heavily on a variety of marketing tools to help attract and retain customers. From value-driving coupons to timely promotions to loyalty programs, the options are abundant — yet it’s gotten harder for many restaurants to keep the right customers continually coming through their doors.

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Topics: Digital and Social

It’s an Emoji World After All

Posted by JeffMores on August 6, 2015

A few weeks ago, I was standing at a McDonald’s counter waiting to place my order when I noticed a few things. The “men” and “women” signs on the restroom doors had been replaced by lively stick figure icons of a boy and a girl. As I turned around to grab a napkin, I discovered the word “trash” on the garbage flapper had also turned icon. But the clincher was when I spotted a McDonald’s billboard along the side of the road that relayed its message without the use of a single word – just a series of simple emoticons intended to make passersby salivate for fries.

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Topics: Digital and Social