|Page (1) of 1 - 01/30/13||email article||print page|
Media Mix Power Announces a New Blog to Help Its Clients Spot Advertising Trends and Leverage Marketing Opportunities(January 30, 2013)
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
The job of a veteran NASCAR spotter is to let a driver know the location of other cars on the track as well as spot opportunities and threats during the race. Media Mix Power (MMP), an awarding-winning, multi-media advertising firm, has announced a new blog at designed to reach a similar goal: Help clients spot trends and leverage opportunities in the marketplace.
Nowhere is a spotters skill more important than at the Daytona 500, sometimes called The Great American Race, a 2.5-mile, high-speed tri-oval, where NASCAR annually kicks off its star-studded season.
And just like top driverssuch as Jimmy Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr.want the best support they can find to remain competitive, Media Mix Power has put together a lineup of solid professionals to help its clients reach the most amount of media for the least amount of money.
How important is it to have a top pit crew and experienced spotters? Just ask teams like Hendrick, Waltrip, Penske, Childress, Roush, Petty and Stewart-Haas.
We have a huge arsenal of media alliances around the country, said advertising veteran Blaire Fanning. Media Mix Power provides the highest quality media at the lowest available prices.
MMPs goal is to place a clients message where it is most likely to be seen or heard by the audience that has the highest relevance to the companys bottom line. The new blog at http://www.MediaMixPower.com/Blog is a good example of this approach.
Here are summaries of some recent blog posts:
Niche Yourself Marketing Grad unable to find a job after college forges his own unique idea and creates a Niche market.
Buying a Brand? In November Hostess announced that is would be shutting down, then in December Lucasfilms was sold to Disney for a enormous sum of 4.5 billion.
Live Promotional Giveaways Promotional giveaways promote positive feelings toward a brand, which in turn leads to a higher likelihood that people will refer a brand or service.
Google+ vs. Facebook Google is now Facebooks biggest competitor and one of the companys most crucial enthusiasts as it tries to draw in more online advertising dollars.
Media Mix Power works with all media channels including national radio advertising, classified newspaper advertising, magazine advertising, Internet and national TVwith the goal of helping clients set a budget based on their unique business needs so that each dollar spent generates the highest possible return on investment.
The integrated media approach taken by Media Mix Power provides branding, visibility and buzz for its clients on a multifaceted level.
MMP can help companies start from square one with a simple, regional, single-media venue then expand systematicallyor facilitate a focused firm with clear objectives jump out of the gate with a full-scale, national, multi-media campaign. For more information on MMPs wide array of advertising options, call today at (877) 211-7566 or visit http://www.MediaMixPower.com.
ABOUT: Media Mix Power (MMP) is an awarding-winning, multi-platform advertising firm based in Tampa, FL, specializing in print, radio, video and online productions. With experience in the video industry since 1980, MMP has produced commercials for a broad range of outlets, including TV, online, trade show, documentaries and general corporate use. MMP has developed comprehensive, multi-media campaigns for a wide variety of clientslarge and smallwho leverage MMPs experience and industry reputation to get a maximum return on their advertising dollars.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/01/prweb10374633.htm.
Related Keywords:economy, business and finance,financial and business service,business enterprises,advertising,marketing,business (general),plastic art,entertainment award,entertainment (general),arts (general),arts, culture and entertainment,fishing industry,healthcare provider,cinema industry,radio industry,television industry,music industry,process industry,healthcare policy,fishing industry,cinema industry,radio industry,television industry,music industry,process industry,fishing industry,electricity production and distribution,cinema industry,radio industry,television industry,music industry,manufacturing and engineering,machine manufacturing,process industry,industrial production,economy, business and finance,waste management and pollution control,financial and business service,business enterprises,management change,business (general),economy, business and finance,financial and business service,business enterprises,corporations,business (general)