Category Archives: advertising

If You’re Doing Less than $5k a Month in Online Sales, then You Need to Read This.

If you clicked the link to the article from my post on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Medium, you probably got enticed by the clickbait-y headline. It might be cheesy, but there’s a reason why I chose to do it this way. I’ll explain more in just a second… Every business has a goal to increase revenue, […]

Marketing Beyond Materialism

A rising interest in metaphysical & non-religious spiritualism is influencing visual culture, and shaping an increasing trend of young consumers valuing experience over objects. Marketing is an ever evolving practice of business. The world of marketing has & will change forever, because society & consumer behavior has & will change forever. It does us no […]

What’s a Target Market? A Guide to Audience Positioning

Defining your target market is one of a brand’s most important tasks. It’s the foundation of all elements of your marketing strategy, from how you develop and name your products or services right through to the marketing channels you use to promote them. Here’s a hint before we dig in: Your target audience is not […]

Don’t Sell Commodities

Commodity vs. Product. What does each one mean & what’s the difference? Although often confused and sometimes used interchangeably, especially in the CBD space, the terms commodity and product are very, very different. A commodity is a raw material used to manufacture a finished good – think of CBD itself as the commodity. A product, […]

More Farmers are Switching to Hemp as the CBD Industry Blooms

Pot’s cousin won’t get you high but is rich in highly sought-after cannabidiol. Mention legal cannabis, and many people think of the weed stores that have sprung up in Boston, Denver, Seattle, and other major U.S. cities. Inside, infused brownies and vape pens are sold next to branded joints and neatly packaged bags of marijuana presented […]

Facebook is cracking down on CBD & Cannabis Ads as the Industry Booms

facebook bans cbd advertising

The social media giant doesn’t let you promote posts featuring CBD — and now there’s a lawsuit.