As we begin the long road to economic recovery an important aspect for business trying to return to normal will be staffing and recruitment. A large pool of potential employees coupled with a large number of returning positions will lead to a volatile market for recruiters. As they work through this period it will be important to remember that Out ...
As EMC Outdoor celebrates 30 years in business, it occurs to me that our journey mirrors the trajectory of the “Outdoor Advertising” industry and Big Tech. Some of the notables as I take a walk down memory lane bring back...
COVID's effect on Out of Home media has been dramatic over the last 9 months. We take a few minutes to look at where we have been, where we are now, and where things are headed.
It's no secret that 2020 was a difficult year for the Out of Home industry. But innovation and acceleration have set up the industry for a dynamic future.
At this point saying “COVID has really changed everything” is sort of like saying “the sun came up this morning”. But now that we have been in this situation for a while, we can begin to see new patterns evolving...
Programmatic Out of Home is having a moment. Like a big, splashy, “Here I Am!”, debutante, coming of age kind of moment. This moment has been coming down the road for a while, but COVID put some high-octane rocket fuel...
Branding Locally in the Time of Covid “Know your audience” has always been a key mantra driving advertising; today it is more relevant and imperative that marketers select appropriate media to reach the audience with greater precision based on behavioral...
Over the last few years there has been a clear trend with digitally native, DTC brands taking advantage of Out of Home’s ability to drive eCommerce. It is a powerful and practical way to build large scale brand awareness, and...
While OOH has experienced an incredible change over the last few years with data and technology providing a new level of insight into customer behavior and movement, one fundamental truth has remained – proximity in Out of Home is still...
EMC Outdoor is pleased to announce that their work done in conjunction with Philadelphia agency Brian Communications on behalf of the Penn Museum on their “#MoveTheSphinx” campaign has been awarded a Bronze OBIE in the Experiential category.
Out of Home is finding new light as an audience-first format, wherein planning starts with the audience as the basis, well before media decisions are made.
Today, advertisers across all industries and geographies are finding themselves in the midst of unprecedented circumstances. The typical, practical and expected have given way to the unusual, unforeseen and unexpected. Marketers have found themselves needing t...
Experiential marketers and event planners are used to creating contingency plans, even if that means changing course to reach audiences online and at home.
The worst thing marketers can do when faced with a crisis is panic. We must fight the flight instinct and, instead, discover opportunities for advancement.
As trade show marketers struggle to navigate crises, it's important to communicate openly, plan for current and future scenarios, and pivot budgets to channels that remain effective.
EMC Outdoor remains committed to providing the best outcome for you, our client, through these challenging and changing times.
Experiential marketing comes down to one thing: giving customers a memorable experience. Here are some experiential marketing trends we expect this year.
An out-of-home media strategy can be an effective tool for targeting key voter audiences in highly competitive and under-served markets in an election year.
Trade show marketing trends for 2020 reflect changes we're seeing in audiences, technology and new ways to experience and connect to brands or products.
For destination brands there is ample opportunity to raise brand awareness and purchases among student travelers with location-based marketing strategies.
Best of the Blog 2019 is a compilation review of 2019's top-performing, most-read, most-shared articles on the EMC Outdoor blog.
EMC Outdoor welcomes experienced marketer Karen Czech Falout to join the agency’s team as Vice President of Out of Home Media Strategy.
In 2020, out-of-home will see more efficient campaigns, better use of data, a shift in agency-advertiser teams, and the rise of artificial intelligence.
Brand and agency marketing experts answer the question: What has been the most influential and exciting change in out-of-home that you’ve witnessed?
OOH 101 is an easy-to-read reference for out of home media types and formats, why it should be a part of your media plan, and how it should be implemented.
EMC Outdoor has tapped media operations and account management expert, Donna Hogg, to join the agency’s team of account executives.
The release of Geopath Insights measurements ushers in a new era of Out of Home that shifts focus away from format and location to audience-first planning.
Take a journey through history to see how billboard advertising has developed over the years, from illustrated posters to digital screens!
An interview with the EMC Outdoor team who developed Account LAB -- a strategic, collaborative and creative environment built for agency-client partnership.
Trade show marketing beyond the convention hall is a valuable strategy that helps brands attain key business goals and better engage their audience.
Advertising can use art and artistic elements to have a greater impact, create a deeper emotional connection and yield more valuable engagement.
Major national and international sports events offer brands a unique environment to activate experiential marketing and target key demographic audiences.
As brands are turning to live events to provide value for consumers, expert planning is critical to producing highly creative and impactful experiences.
The changes that will take place in Out of Home as a result of programmatic will be nothing short of transformative for brands, marketers and planners.
Experiential marketing activations can be enhanced by integrating technologies that allow brands to better reach and connect with targeted audiences!
Brands can optimize their out of home advertising campaign by perfecting the elements that have the greatest potential audience impact.
As an experiential advocate, Social Media Day was my opportunity to better understand how social can integrate with experiential for valuable amplification.
Experiential marketing integraties easily with email marketing. Brands can leverage emails to support experiential strategies and make them more effective.
Experiential marketing can enhance trade show marketing and traditional out of home with more authentic creativity, visibility and measurement.
The OAAA/Geopath Conference addressed important themes in out of home today. It also exposed the unprecedented capabilities of location-based marketing and how we in the industry need to catch up.
Second-tier trade shows can play an important role in advancing marketing strategy and increasing brand awareness and engagement with your target audience.
Advertising used to focus on pushing out messaging to consumers. Today, we see data, technology and creativity feed brands' abilities to pull-in audiences.
Online video content can be a powerful tool to promote and extend engagement of an experiential marketing campaign or branded event.
Experiential marketing invites consumers to actively engage with a brand. Here are ten ways to make your brand event fun and memorable for attendees.
EMC Outdoor interviews Jeff Gunderman of EYE Corp Media to understand the current state of out of home, success stories, and exciting growth opportunities!