We found 10 items tagged in 'Visual content'
We've been helping Freedom produce sales-boosting, award-winning catalogues and content for over 30 years. While it is probably way too early to pronounce the demise of the printed catalogue per se*, online catalogues have certainly become an increasingly significant part of the catalogue landscape.
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Here's an idea you might be able to work with when you're thinking about creating customer engagement - for your next catalogue, online web content, ad promotion - whatever.
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LVMH and Alfred Dunhill have been using "Shoppable videos" online to appeal to their exclusive audiences without seeming to "sell". Viewers are invited to click on products that appear in these high end video productions - LVMH's latest features Saddlers Wells dancers. The audience is then able to review and click through to purchase products they have seen in the videos.
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We've all read how video is going to "take over" everything from search (YouTube #2 for search) to mobile traffic but a white paper from the National Retail Federation's library adds some additional metrics to the discussion.
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There's been much hype and little substance locally to the "video as content discussion". Not that there's no video out there but it isn't as prevalent as the US and Europe in the consumer marketing space.

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With the spending power of Millennials set to overtake Boomers by 2016 we decided to take an ongoing look at what makes this group tick. Following on from last week's first instalment we look at some values Millennials share with Boomers as well as what Millennial Dads are doing that is different to their parents.
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Stories are THE best way to engage your customers.

If a "picture paints a thousand words" then what does a video paint? - a whole story!

People solve problems with video (YouTube is the second most popular search engine after Google - CAS Ed) and "well-crafted videos can do something for your business that nothing else can - replicate face-to-face interaction with you, your services and your brand."
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Macy's success at migrating their businesses to the new paradigm has been the subject of many case studies, articles and presentations. 

Here, in a broader article on using social media generally, but Pinterest and StyleHaul in particular, VP Jennifer Kasper comments "As social channels become more visual and as we see authentic images working more effectively to communicate with our customers we're very excited that those are platforms we might be able to tap into differently."
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Mr Porter, the men's online apparel site, makes great use of video to inform and engage their customers. With their stylist Dan May, they've developed a series of videos ("Five Ways to Wear") that take specific garments (such as a cardigan) and show how it can be worn stylishly.

On another angle to engaging their customers through content, Mr Porter also uses video in partnership with a bespoke travel agency to address lifestyle issues.
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Sometimes you need some space to get things in perspective.
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