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Don’t You Forget About Me

By Angie Ash, EVP Some schools are going 100% virtual this fall while others are a classroom and online hybrid. More states are mandating masks to walk into any place of business, and the virus isn’t dying down this summer as we all hoped. Restaurants are still struggling, evident by all the banners and signs posted that...

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How Advertising Boosts SEO

by Charles Pobee-Mensah, Director of Digital Marketing SEO is supposed to be free, right? Some Google bot checks out your website, makes note of the words on it and then shows it to people who search for those words. Free listing! Okay, okay. I know you know it isn't that simple. But one of the strangest parts...

What Do Political Marketing and Jewelry Marketing Have in Common? Everything.

Ellen Fruchtman, President Before Fruchtman Marketing was entrenched in marketing for jewelers and the jewelry industry, we were entrenched in local and regional political marketing. Yep. We were instrumental in getting the first African American Mayor of Toledo elected, who served our city from 2002 - 2006. We worked on many campaigns for City Council, State Representatives,...

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Christmas in July

There’s a local restaurant in the little town I call home that does a big Christmas in July celebration over a weekend. There’s a Santa that visits, the restaurant is all-out decorated, the menu features holiday classic foods, including a fruitcake dessert, and Christmas music floods the space. It’s a sell-out every single year and just...

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Marketing Efficiency

There are many lessons to learn during the recent COVID-19 crisis, but topping the list is probably business efficiency. This was also true in 2018, and true in any market downturn. Unfortunately, we learn, but then we typically all go back to our old ways. What did we at Fruchtman learn from this disaster? We learned...

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My COVID Life

by Shane O'Neill, Vice President I’m not sure what the heck these past few months have been all about… don’t wear masks, wear masks… conspiracy theories… dogs and cats living together… all is lost, all is lost! Whew, we are all still spinning from this COVID thing. For whatever reason, I maintained a cautious yet level-headed perspective...

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How Weird Is Too Weird?

by Angie Ash, Executive Vice President So, have you been shopping in a brick and mortar yet? Gone out to dinner? Had your hair done? Although some states have not fully opened, many have to at least some extent. And the everyday experiences we’ve done without thinking about twice in the past have gone a little...

Keeping Your Website Up to Date During The Pandemic

by Charles Pobee-Mensah, Director of Digital Marketing Your website is probably more important now than it ever has been. People are spending more time online and less time visiting brick and mortar stores. But website visitors aren't coming for quite the same reasons as before. So let's talk about keeping your website up to date and making...

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Excuses. Excuses. Excuses.

By Ellen Fruchtman, President With the baseball season (and many sports seasons) clearly in the rearview mirror, there’s a great business analogy spoken by one of the all-time greatest baseball players, Babe Ruth. “Yesterday’s home runs don’t win today’s games.” At the time, he was likely talking about the game and never anticipated how it could be a great...

Grin and Bear It

by Angie Ash, Executive Vice President “Grin and bear it” were words my Dad sometimes said as I was growing up. Certainly, I’ve thought about those four words more in the past few months. My Dad is 88 years old this year, and he certainly has been through his share of hardship in his life thus far....