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By Isabella Markert While 59 percent of B2B marketers say that LinkedIn generates leads for their business, the other 41 percent aren’t getting leads from the business platform. With 675 million monthly users, LinkedIn is a crowded space. So if you’re not getting leads by using it, should you bother? We’re here to tell you that yes, you should be using LinkedIn,...

Osmond Marketing was named one of the top branding agencies of 2020 by DesignRush.  DesignRush, a B2B marketplace connecting brands with agencies, just released their picks of the top 40 best-performing branding agencies, basing their selections on agencies that have experience helping businesses build meaningful relationships with their audiences through effective branding. Osmond Marketing is thrilled to be ranked on this...

Osmond Marketing is thrilled to be named one of the top digital marketing companies for 2020. DesignRush, a B2B marketplace that connects brands with agencies, recently released its list ranking the leading digital marketing companies in the US. Osmond Marketing and other agencies were selected based on their range of services to help brands with digital advertising, website analytics, SEO, content...

Osmond Marketing is thrilled and honored to be ranked as one of the top 20 Digital Marketing Agencies for Small Businesses by Top Digital Marketing Agencies.  Top Digital Marketing Agencies identify the best agencies that develop digital marketing strategies to help small businesses drive engagement and increase conversion rates. This B2B marketplace connects with marketers and determines the top-rated marketing agencies...

At Osmond Marketing, we are proud of the work we’ve done to create a successful remote work environment. By incorporating business plans that promote consistency, security, and accessibility, our focus can remain on the things that matter most: our customers. ...

By Isabella Markert In 2018, Coca-Cola spent $5.8 billion on advertising. Compare that with PepsiCo, which spent closer to $4 billion. As a large company that achieved household name-status a long time ago, Coca-Cola isn’t using its advertising budget to generate name recognition; they’re using it to get people to subconsciously crave a Coke and then buy one next time they...