Creative Behavior Change-If you need help sticking to your new year’s resolutions, try hacking into your habit loop.
“I can’t do this.” became their reality. The term for this behavior is “learned helplessness.” As we go about trying to achieve the things we desire, it’s common to fall into the “I can’t do this” trap.
As the COVID-19 crisis evolved Midtown Alliance wanted to stay ahead of situations that might negatively affect their residents, businesses and visitors. Creative Outhouse (CO) researched the landscape and accurately anticipated the needs of the community.
Now that we’re facing a new wave of COVID-19, how will this affect hospitals looking forward? To get a clear picture, we looked at the general public’s interest of orthopedic procedures.
we’re on the ride together folks and where it’s going, who knows? That makes marketing and messaging risky. Normally you base it on data of current and past behavior. With an unprecedented global crisis, we have to base our messaging on something else: our knowledge of human behavior.
Rudy Fernandez, Founder and Executive Creative Director of Creative Outhouse leads an “Ask Me Anything” discussion on creative marketing.
Watch and learn:
– What’s the best way to give creative feedback?
– What’s the best way to write a creative brief?
Simple ways to optimize your SEO, even if you’re a beginner, from a Creative Marketing Agency that’s been where you are.
Yes, we are all getting tired of sheltering in place, but we wanted to remind everyone to stay home and stay safe. Our creative community got together to create these reminders. Working with our team and a host of writers, Rich Wakefield put these animated GIFs together to help remind people why it’s better above ground.
A crisis causes stress and fear. But you know what else crisis does? It ignites creativity.
Who who can deliver the best value to clients? For the very largest companies, it is now the consultancies, leveraging their C-suite relationships, who have recast themselves with newly acquired marketing competencies who can provide the continuum of services these clients need. For smaller to mid-sized clients, the traditional ad agency model can still be effective but that will likely change radically over the next 10 years.
I’ve worked from home for much of my career and know the traps you can fall into: overeating, too much self-analysis, not showering or brushing your teeth. Here are some ideas that may help you get through. For all those working from home for this extended period, take a look.
1. Keep your schedule
2. Don’t overthink yourself
3. Take advantage of your commute
4. Stop eating everything
Right now is the time to shore up your fundamentals then use your ability to pivot and be creative to address your customer and employees’ needs while staying true to your brand.
The quality of your creative and production reflect the quality of what you are selling. So make an investment into great creative and production. If you want a strong “ROI,” then put more “I” into your creative and production. You will get a better “R.”
Rudy Fernandez has written, casted and produced more than 5,000 radio commercials, has won National and International awards for his work and knows his way around a radio spot like no one else.
Every day there are more ways to consume more and more media, and it’s easy to forget radio. But there is one simple fact that keeps it relevant: every car rolling off the line has a radio in it. As a result, radio listenership has remained steady.
I truly want to believe in a purpose-led world. Yet…
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We worked with MARTA to position the Atlanta Streetcar for people visiting Atlanta or residents who want to see our incredible city. I’ve lived here a long time, but just scouting and shooting I learned a lot and gained an even greater appreciation of the city’s...
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Ah, Buzzwords. We’ve all used them. If you were around in the late 90s, you paradigm shifted, thought out-of-the-box and even tried to cross the chasm. Now you look back at your words like they were a mullet haircut or polyester bell-bottoms, blushing as you tell a...
Since launching their campaign with Matthew McConaughey in 2014, Lincoln has boosted its brand and sales. It’s no longer an old man’s car, but a cool guy’s ride. Waaaaaaay back in the 1970’s another cool guy did the same thing for Chrysler. Ricardo Montalban. You may...
If you’re a good manager, you struggle with giving your team input and direction without stifling their enthusiasm or creativity. Learn from our creative people. People who pursue creative fields love to think and explore. Just point them to the destination, tell them the parameters then hand them the keys.
Every day, new methods of reaching people pop up and new technologies enable us to capture more information about how people behave and buy. New products come into existence every second. Earlier this month Facebook’s Global CMO, Gary Briggs, said:...
On our last blog we wrote about moving people through the stages of change. Fun stuff. we also said that you can't move people from “not interested” to “I’ll consider it” to “I will research it” to “I will try it” to “I do it regularly” with one banner ad or news...