In ag media, paid content marketing is on the rise. Based on our experience with paid content—and interviews with four ag publishers—we put together 10 things you need to know.
Virtual reality. Artificial intelligence. The Internet of Things. Robots. Whoa! Are you ready for this? Technology is changing marketing with lightning speed. And it’s leading to exciting opportunities for your company.
It’s no secret that the U.S. ag economy is in a downturn. But what many ag marketers don’t know is that the economic slump presents a wealth of opportunity – both for farmers and agri-business. Find out how marketers can take advantage of the economic climate to expand and grow.
Increasingly, producers are turning to their cooperative partner for answers, guidance, advocacy, sustainability leadership and a sense of community. Paulsen identified six key strategies that progressive cooperatives must take to achieve a leadership role.
Rebranding is expensive and time consuming with no guarantee of success. So why do it? To help companies make the right decision, we have identified the five most important steps to follow when reinventing a brand.
Consumer digital media is exploding with exciting tools and trends that promise better targeting, and improved insight into what makes customers click. Here are five trends from the consumer side that are influencing ag media.
Grain marketing is changing quickly. We spoke with producers to find out how they keep up, whom they trust and how they make their most important decisions.
When you’re making a major purchase, what kind of factors play into your decisions? Paulsen discovered just how influential online contributions are to purchase decisions – especially to rural lifestylers.
To understand how ag media is using digital and what tools and messages break through the masses of communicators, Paulsen captured comments from leading ag journalists, broadcasters and bloggers.
To find out what producers are thinking, Paulsen interviewed 14 multi-generational farm families throughout the Midwest. Their responses gave us great insight to what goes on around the kitchen table when “experience” meets “enthusiasm.”