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Our Fearless Leader Featured in Crush Brew sharing Tips on Brewing the Perfect Holiday Beer

Yep, Rodger is the big tuna at The Eisen Agency, but did you know he’s also an avid and quite accomplished home brewer! It’s true, and each year Rodger and the crew put out at least four brews for sharing and tastings as part of their employee and client appreciation gatherings — The Cult of the Blue Tongue. 54 more words

Best Practices in Advertising with a Small Budget

By Rodger Roeser, CEO, The Eisen Agency

There’s an old saying in the advertising game: “I know half of my advertising is working, I just don’t know which half!” But, in reality almost all advertising works equally well or equally poorly because most super budget conscious teams fail to clearly define a target or fail to clearly communicate what they want those targets to do. 1,019 more words

More bang, less buck: Think Branding, not Advertising

Big Ad Budgets Are for Big Losers

Smarter marketers have learned to get much more bang for much less buck.

A little less than two years ago, Felix Baumgartner jumped from a hot air balloon 39 kilometres above the earth. 84 more words

Cincinnati's Top Marketing Agency Hiring Business Development Manager

Business Development Manager

The Opportunity

The Eisen Agency, located in Newport, KY, is seeking a business development manager to assist leadership in the growth initiatives of the award winning firm and its clientele. 198 more words

Advertising Still Makes the World Turn

I Finally Found Out What Makes the World Go ‘Round

By Rodger Roeser, CEO, Eisen Marketing Group

Admit, you love game shows. The Price is Right, maybe? 1,267 more words

Eisen Launches Comprehensive Marketing Mix Study

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The Eisen Agency

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Cincinnati Marketing Firm Launches Comprehensive Marketing Mix Study
The Eisen Agency to Survey Regions Businesses on Use of Marketing… 322 more words

Great Article from Second Wind's Deborah Budd on "RFPs, Spec, and Free Work".

Deborah Budd

Rule No. 1: Never Work for Free

In the third quarter of the last century, we enjoyed a period where advertising creativity… 812 more words