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Cross-promotion can be a mutually beneficial tool for brands looking to expand their footprint and attract a new audience.
Many marketers struggle with cross-promotion, especially when it comes to high-end brands. There is an inherent risk of muddling your top tier brand name with one of a lower reputation, thus putting your company in the wrong conversation. » Read More
Affluent Consumers want a connection. Not a sales pitch.
Affluent consumers buy differently. They research large purchases and seek not only a wise choice, but also genuine benefits and an authentic experience. In fact, 70% of affluent consumers say they prefer to learn about a product or service through content rather than traditional advertising. » Read More
Find the right social media influencer for your high-end home brand
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Luxury brands have been slow to embrace the power of social media. Many are worried it will hurt the integrity and exclusiveness of their image. » Read More
High-End Brands Face the Best of Times, the Worst of Times
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way. » Read More
Research reveals fascinating opinions among millionaires.
What group of Americans is concerned enough about wealth inequality that they actively provide financial support to poverty programs and educational opportunities for low-income children – and support a higher minimum wage and more taxes on the rich? » Read More
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Yes, they are different, but don’t assume that they don’t consume media like everyone else.
The high-end marketplace often thinks of Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) consumers as exotic and mysterious creatures, like Sundarbans tigers. » Read More
Affluent consumers think of luxury differently now.
Stop for a moment and think about how much marketing has changed for high-end brands during the past few years. I recently spoke with a friend who years ago helped me build a strategic alliance between her high-end travel brand and my client’s home brand. » Read More
Finding balance between creative and analytics isn’t always easy.
“My job today looks nothing like it did just a few years ago,” said a friend who has served as CMO of a high-end home brand for the past ten or so years. » Read More
Buying decisions continue to be made after the actual purchase.
Marketers of high-end brands understand Plato’s description of emotion and reason as two horses pulling us in different directions. After all, it can be painful when you’ve carefully helped a customer along the path to purchase, only to have her return the product the following week. » Read More
Sophisticated home brands need not compromise their core principles to find an audience on YouTube.
The opportunity to create video content that consumers seek out and share with friends is there for any advertiser. And with more than 1 billion unique users visiting YouTube each month, the potential rewards are clear. » Read More