Headshot of Vision Advertising Staff, Christian Sadler.

Interview with Christian Sadler, Vision’s Social Media Specialist

Here at Vision Advertising, we believe it’s important to know who you’re partnering with when it comes to working with a marketing agency. From in-person meetings at our office to networked meetings over video and phone, the personal connections you make with our staff make for better communication and marketing. This article, like several in […]

In The News: 10 Things I know about… Internship programs

This article originally appeared in the Worcester Business Journal on May 13th, 2019. 10) You get out what you put in. Make a real effort, treat interns like valued staff, and you get amazing results. Minimal effort on your part will produce minimal results – and disappointed interns. 9) Make sure you’ve got the time […]

Why Businesses Shouldn’t Forget About Retention Marketing

There’s a saying: “Make new friends but keep the old. One is silver, and the other gold.” For almost all businesses, their strength and income are based on who currently uses their products and services, not who might. Outside of valuation, potential won’t make you money. Therefore, it’s interesting that so many companies focus on […]
Slideshow and conference table at Clark University from our brand marketing workshop.

Important Takeaways from Our Brand Marketing Workshop

At the end of March, myself representing Vision Advertising, Phil Hollow of FeedBlitz, and about 20 local entrepreneurs and marketing professionals tackled one of the hardest questions of a business: what is your brand? The workshop – Your Brand is More Than Your Logo: Insights on Branding from the Front Line of Marketing – was […]
Logo of the Worcester Business Journal.

In The News: Four times marketing can save your business

This article originally appeared in the Worcester Business Journal on April 29th, 2019. Every business needs advice, especially for matters outside its expertise. We’ve been helping clients for 20 years, and we’ve seen businesses thrive and die in New England due to how they handled marketing. Ignoring critical parts of marketing and brand management will […]