Roofs, Runners and a Wristwatch – 3 Advertising Success Stories

Roofs, Runners and a Wristwatch – 3 Advertising Success Stories

I often claim I am immune to consumer advertising. My husband and I do not own a TV, and I rarely listen to commercial radio. Although I realize I’m being targeted with messages 24/7, I believe I can tune them out when they’re not relevant. Imagine my surprise, then, when I realized that in the past year I did make several purchases—one large and two modest—that were completely ad-driven.
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Reflecting on 2019

Reflecting on 2019

As we reflect on another year, it’s humbling to think that Asher has been a thriving agency for more than 45 years. We’re one of the oldest advertising agencies in Indiana, and since 1974, we’ve seen a lot of changes in technologies, processes and leadership. However, when our founder, Tim Borne, passed the baton to his brother Tom, who has been passing the baton along to me, one thing remained solid: our culture.

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2020 Marketing Trends: Asher Team Predictions

2020 Marketing Trends: Asher Team Predictions

Considering how much advertising has evolved in the last decade, the only guarantee in this industry is change. From the proliferation of video content, to omnichannel initiatives, technologies and practices are blooming (and withering) around us every day. Rather than being trendy, it takes experts to determine what trends matter enough to become industry standards. Armed with decades of agency experience, the Asher team weighs in on marketing trends for 2020.

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Data As a Difference-Maker in Higher Education Marketing

Data As a Difference-Maker in Higher Education Marketing

It’s an understatement to say that these are challenging times for American higher education institutions. Overall, enrollment has declined for eight years running−and even darker days are coming. Recent graduates and major media outlets are questioning the value of a college degree. And, perhaps most alarming of all, institutions across the nation are closing their doors at an unprecedented rate.

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