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",, "the most significant artist in the creation of contemporary Christian music (CCM)", the "father of Christian rock music", 1 the "Godfather of gospel rock"; "the Grandfather of Christian rock", "Christianity's first rock star", the "bad boy of Christian music", "the enfant terrible of the Christian subculture he helped create", and "the poet laureate of the Jesus revolution". "By 1970, Norman had the most recognized name (and face) in the Jesus Movement and the Christian music scene", 2 with Time magazine soon describing him ...
why not advertise outdoors?
While Internet advertising is the “new thing”, outdoor or out-of-home advertising can be a very effective and affordable method to get your message out to your target market. With people spending more and more time in their vehicles (it is estimated the 150 million commute to work daily), you have a captive audience and the message is hard to miss. A common example of outdoor advertising is the use of billboards along the highway; it is interesting to note that use of billboards originated in the 19th century with printed signs posted on wooden boards. Flashing to the present, billboards can now be electronic and customizable; ... market research, surveys and trends
California Pack Trials .2
Most of the comments I received from my first Pack Trials posting were amused by the marketing photo, assuring me I was indeed observing a new world, foreign to gardeners. One perceptive commenter, Ely said it looked like she just sat on the barrel cactus. Actually she must have stuck her hand on the pole cactus: This seems an appropriate moment to re-interate the theme of my postings: The Camera Always Lies. Depending on how one frames the photo, the photographer can influence the way the viewer sees any given subject. This power of photography is assumed in the advertising commercial world but frustrates those who look at ... market research, surveys and trends


ADVERTISING may be in a slump these days as people who buy time and space grow more conservative in a sluggish economy, but not everyone is playing it safe. In some industries, people are using advertising in ways they never did before. One of those industries is the independent film business, where producers, constrained by a lack of promotional dollars, have traditionally marketed their offbeat, low-budget fare in inexpensive ways. Except for advertising in the movie listing pages of big city newspapers -- they have little choice but to use this relatively costly medium to attract filmgoers -- most have historically limited ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Movie Advertising - Movie Marketing Update
In running a website about marketing, sometimes we forget that the online space is not the center of the marketing universe. After all, the online marketing budget for most films amounts to only 10-15% of the total marketing spend. Now granted, that number is rising every day, and you do get more bang for your online marketing buck, but other forms of advertising -- namely print, television and outdoor -- are still the single biggest percentage of the movie marketing spend. In recognition of that fact, Movie Marketing Update is starting a new feature called "Movie Ads in the Wild." Several times a month we're ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Tourism ads gain added attention
Travel Montana posted scenic panoramas prominently in three target cities. Shown here is a Chicago Transit bus sporting a dramatic scene from Yellowstone National Park. HELENA — There are signs of illness surrounding some of the state’s tourism marketing efforts this summer — and the director of Travel Montana is delighted. “Our campaigns have really taken on a viral component above and beyond our expectations,” Betsy Baumgart said in an interview as Montana’s peak tourism season draws near. In marketing terms, “going viral” can mean taking advantage of social media to spread a message, or to relying on other, unpaid media and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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A poster promoting breakfast specials, for example, may prompt com- ..... the units. eucan is currently the only outdoor advertising company using ... Wild posting allows you to blanket high-traffic areas with your message. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Lumber Wild and Scenic River, North Carolina
September 28, 1998. From State Route 1412/1203 (river mile 0) to the Scotland/Robeson County lines at the end of the Maxton Airport Swamp (river mile 22) and from Back Swamp (river mile 56) to the North/South Carolina border (river mile 115). Classification/Mileage: Scenic — 60.0 miles; Recreational — 21.0 miles; Total — 81.0 miles. On April 15, 1996, North Carolina Governor James Hunt asked the Secretary of the Interior, Bruce Babbitt, to designate a segment of the Lumber River as a state-managed national wild and scenic river under Section 2(a)(ii) of the national Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. On September ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Ad creep - ambient advertising
It’s July 12, 2000. A rocket bearing Pizza Hut’s logo launches into space. And that evening, on NBC’s Nightly News , a wide-eyed advertising exec is telling the nation about an exciting new ad medium. Not the ad stickers on bananas (so 1996). Not the slogans imprinted on beach sands (ditto). Not the cell phone pitches on tabletops, or the sailing billboard, or the Volkswagon "autowraps," which can turn your everyday car into an advertising vehicle. No, she’s talking about–get this!–elevator commercials. That’s television in the ...
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Dear 3gwireless, You requested information about promotional ideas for a student-run car detailing business. Here are a bunch of low-cost high-impact tactics you could easily deploy – 1. Word-of-mouth – you already have a customer base; leverage it to gain additional customers. Referral programs typically work best when you motivate both your current customers and the potential prospects they’ll pull in, but you can try this without the current-customer bonus first – print out a bunch of x% off coupons (whatever you’re comfortable with, 25%, 50%, free…) and ask your current customers to pass ...
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(sometimes called "frieze patterns"). After I taught this the first time, I suddenly realized that there are border patterns all over the place; I just never noticed them. This made me wonder what people who are different from me pay attention to as they wander around. If you are a designer, what do you see that I ignore? If you are a plumber, what do you see that I ignore? I think this isn't chatfilter, but delete if you think it is . I see home construction or home improvement mistakes. Bad roofing job, insufficient porch supports, bad tuckpointing job, ugly white vinyl windows, awkward building addition, etc. ...