While celebrity endorsements are always an option, many brands are realizing the evolution that's taken place regarding whom consumers trust when considering opinions on products and services. Celebrities may have the reach, but does that really have any scalable impact? While celeb endorsements may not be dead and buried, the engagement and sway of non-celebrity influencers is alive and well.
How did we become a society with so much access to innovative, life-changing technology, yet an inability to demand quality and accuracy when it comes to the content that we consume from our devices?
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Catch Millennials where they most often reside: online. You cannot bank on people watching brand videos after stumbling across them. Instead, insert yourself into content dialogue that already has traction.
On Tuesday May 5th, Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas, announced his intent to run for President. This made him the sixth contender joining Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ben Carson, and Carly Fiorina in the competition for the Republican nomination.
Prepaid debit cards might not be the best option for people who could opt for a low-cost checking account instead -- but for those who can't, prepaid cards actually make great checking account alternatives as long as the cardholder takes the time to find the right one.