An uncomplicated marketing agency
for complicated businesses.
Some things should never be complicated. Like the explanation as to why anybody should buy your product, use your services or be your customer. But when it comes to complex products and services with intricate distribution channels and multi-year sales cycles, this is often easier said than done.
Since 1985, Magnani Continuum Marketing has made it easier for organizations selling in highly technical and complex markets to deliver the most effective and seamless B2B traditional and digital brand experiences. With research, strategy, creative, digital and programming – all in house, right in our office – we offer the most integrated service-driven, creative agency experience, anywhere.
With our dedicated team of 35+ experienced individuals, Magnani helps B2B clients rethink, redefine and simplify the way their brand experiences are expressed and managed. Our proven approaches to brand strategy and positioning, web and mobile app design and development, UI/UX, advertising, digital marketing, social media management and strategy, and content strategy and development help our clients activate a more powerful brand and market positioning — across every channel and customer interaction.
Some of our accomplishments include:
- Creating a curated web experience for a financial services client that beat lead generation goals by more than 400%
- Launching new markets and growing global trading volumes for the world's leading derivatives exchange
- Increasing market share and in-patient and primary care provider volumes for a community-based hospital despite being outspent 4 to 1 in a rapidly declining (and extremely competitive market)
- Driving more than $200 million in incremental revenues for a multinational leading hospitality brand
The latest from our blog.
The result of the inevitable maturing of markets is that today’s innovation becomes tomorrow’s fish and chip paper, so to speak. And as the internet continues to empower your customers to price compare among a virtually infinite set of your competitors, this process will only continue to accelerate. But just because the category itself is commoditized, there is still competitive advantage to be found in the customer experience you’re able to deliver.
Although it isn’t new, influencer marketing is common practice for a growing portion of marketing budgets. With social media, influencer marketing has been taken to scale. For marketers who haven’t yet taken the influencer marketing plunge, it’s time to ask some basic questions.
The use of hashtags seems to be extremely arbitrary, especially when it comes to individual social media platforms and the users themselves. With all the recent changes to social networks the question has to be asked; do we need hashtags at all?
Have you ever put a pair of shoes in your online shopping cart, left the site without purchasing only to see ads for those very shoes follow you throughout your online activity? That’s called retargeting and 25% of the top 1000 online retailers regularly turn to this technique. So, you may ask, what retargeting approaches might make sense for your business?
At 26% of the overall population, Generation Z is poised to wield massive influence on markets for the foreseeable future. While there is still much unknown about how this group will behave once they enter the workforce, en masse, there are already some interesting behavioral differences emerging that all marketers should understand.
Movies about advertising are generally terrible. But there are a few bright spots. Check out the clips we keep returning to year after year.
In the past few years, a number of long-term, peer-reviewed studies have come out that have begun to suggest that the piece of technology we once called the “Jesus phone” is really no savior at all. In fact, it may be, for our productivity and general mental acuity, just the opposite. Read on to discover how you might get your brain back.
Consumers increasingly expect good, fast and cheap. As new technologies lower barriers to entry to many industries, the price/value equation skews dramatically toward the lowest margin position, and often consumers feel like they can find a satisfactory mix of good, fast and cheap. Or, at least, “good enough”.