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Tag Archives: Marketing

Core Value #2: Passion In All That We Do

Our next core value that is vital to our company is, Passion In All That We Do. Fortunately, this comes naturally for everyone here at TriAd Marketing & Media. Each and every person can honestly say they love their job, the industry and the fun we have here at work. That is something that makes this […]

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Improving SEO Part Two: Advertising Blog Posts

Do you want your blog to be seen by more people? You’ve spent hours researching and writing this blog. Now it is time to show off your hard work. Writing the blog is half the battle of posting a blog, the other half is getting that blog seen and read by as many people as […]

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Everyone Needs a Little SafetyRail™

Earlier this year, TRIAD was asked to help create some buzz within the construction industry to promote Plastic Safety System’s new product designed for pedestrian safety in construction zones. Specifically, the SafetyRail™ is intended for the sight impaired, as the safety barricade only has “legs” on one side – making it a smooth, continuous pathway […]

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Ways to URLs and Landing Pages through Direct Mail

Whether you are looking for new customers, attempting to grow your association membership or running for political office – a landing page with information specific to your campaign, sales initiative, particular product or service can be a strong marketing tool. If you get your customers and prospects to access your landing page, you can capture […]

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Opportunities from this Economy

Increase your advertising and marketing In an unhealthy economic environment, it is well-documented that one of the healthiest things businesses can do is increase advertising. Consider these findings: McGraw-Hill Research analyzed 600 businesses during the severe recession of the early ‘80s. The results were illuminating. Businesses that maintained or increased their advertising during the 1981-1982 […]

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