Giant Balloons

Giant Balloons Company

Giant balloons for promotions and marketing.

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Giant 25 ft. Heart Balloon for Events

We are a giant balloons company manufacturing in the USA. We manufacture giant helium balloons, custom balloons and advertising inflatables.

We have hundreds of giant helium advertising balloons and advertising blimps in stock. We can custom make almost any type and size of balloon.

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Where Can I Buy Advertising Blimps?

Where Can I Buy Advertising Blimps?

If you are looking for large helium blimps for advertising you should check here.

These blimps come in sizes ranging from 11 feet long to 30 feet long and are used most frequently for local businesses and events to bring customers into their place of business.

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11 ft. long blimps are $461.00 and artwork and logos are available for an additional charge.


These blimp balloons are made of a special polyurethane material that was originally developed for NASA. It is lightweight, retains helium and its color much better than PVC.

Made in the USA by Arizona Balloon Company for over 15 years and used by hundreds of businesses worldwide. These blimp balloons require much less helium than blimps made of PVC or nylon.

Email sales@arizonaballoon.com for more information.

 

 


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How to Scale Your Brand’s Earned Media

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Recent research from Forrester reveals that consumers trust opinions and recommendations from experts 6x more than advertising when deciding what product to buy. But earned media is impossible to control and difficult to scale. Until now. Read this white paper, part of the Adrants Whitepaper Series, from inPowered and Marketing Evolution to understand how major brand marketers are leveraging their earned media, written by trusted category experts, to drive serious lifts in brand favorability, advocacy, and purchase intent and how they achieve ROI 7-14x campaign investment levels.

Download now! Unless, of course, you want to wander aimlessly through your day wondering why you decided not to become your organization’s earned media expert.

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3 Ways to Make Content Marketing Meaningful

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Over the last few years, much of the marketing world has turned to content marketing: the idea that the best way to engage with audiences and raise your visibility is to share robust, usually educational content for free. This content takes many forms – blogs, videos, podcasts, books (and particularly ebooks, given their ease of distribution), material on social media, and more. Basically, anywhere and any way that folks learn.

Recent studies have, time and time again, shown the the same thing: content marketing works. It works in large part because there’s a hunger for substance in marketing – for folks to talk to one another, teaching and sharing knowledge, rather than talking past one another with fluffy pitches. But as the research has shown, it’s not just a feel-good strategy, but a serious driver of growth. So how do you go about implementing it for your own organization?

The kernel of wisdom at the heart of content marketing strategy really applies to all communication. Try to have something to say – preferably, something that your audience will find interesting or useful. When you’re trying to figure out what to write about in your content marketing program, consider the following three points:

Utilize your unique experience

Do you have extensive experience in a particular sector of your industry? Maybe you approach your area of expertise from a niche or novel perspective, giving you the insight to report from the bleeding edge. Think of specific, relevant knowledge that you’re particularly qualified to share.

If you can deliver that knowledge with some personal flair and compelling enthusiasm, all the better. Think of some of the best professors you may have had: they probably had the gift of infectious enthusiasm for the topic of hand. Few things establish your credibility more effectively than enthusiastic, authoritative educational content.

What types of content are you particularly well-suited to produce?

This question shouldn’t limit your strategy, but it may provide some guidance in the beginning. For example, if your topic of expertise is especially hands-on or visual – and if you have the resources – you might consider producing video tutorials for Youtube. (If you don’t have the resources, you might investigate external partners who do.)

Other types of content have lower barriers to entry, along with real and measurable benefits. Take blogging. You can get an awful lot out of regular educational blog posts: not only do they share your authority, they can boost the profile of well-regarded or rising figures in your organization, all while building up a rich, dynamic base of content perfectly suited to draw the roving eye of search engines.

And that brings us to keywords

Those roving, Google-y search engine eyes? They fall on your site (or don’t) according to presence of absence of words and phrases that folks actually search for when they’re looking for answers in your area. So the more content you have, the more opportunities you have to build a beacon with your keywords, drawing the right audiences to your corner of the web. And the more success you have, the higher your search profile will grow.

Keywords can also help you guide your initial content strategy. Conducting keyword research can help you understand what your audience is searching for – and then you can create a content strategy that provides the right answers. This can reassure you that you’re not just taking a shot in the dark…and that you’re filling a real need for real people in your audience.

From content to relationship

As you fill those knowledge gaps, you build up real trust. Folks might find your site because they searched for a quick tutorial that you provided in your blog. When it turns out that your tutorial is funny, wise, and helpful (especially over time) that same visitor is going to feel more comfortable offering up their email for deeper content – a free ebook, say. When that content delivers, a visitor will be more inclined to respond to an offer for a free consultation or webinar.

And if you take away nothing else, make it that: in marketing as in life, real communication – substantive communication – is the basis for relationships. You have unique experience. Unique expertise. Write what you know, make it real and relevant, and your audience will want to know more.

This article was written by Chris Ourand, Account Director at Hinge, a marketing and branding firm that specializes in professional services. Chris can be reached at courand@hingemarketing.com or 703-391-8870.

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Davis & Gilbert’s ‘Generator Honey’ Unseats JWT’s ‘Jam With Toast’ at Advertising Week’s Battle of the Ad Bands

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In an upset that is sure to ruffle the feathers of perennial Battle of the Ad Bands winner, JWT’s Jam With Toast, Davis & Gilbert — a law firm, no less — won last night’s Battle of the Ad Bands performing as Generator Honey. The annual event, held during Advertising Week, pits ad bands against one another in a battle of musical supremacy.

For a time, McCann’s More Fucking Cowbell (yes, that was the band’s name) held the top slot. For the past few years, JWT has held the honor of best ad band. That changed this year when the advertising practice of the Davis & Gilbert law firm put up a band called Generator Honey which, true to the band’s name, feature a couple of very talented honeys, one of whom confidently strutted the stage in a delicious mini dress and heels.

We have to say all the bands were great. It was truly awesome to see so much talent on the stage from people who do this on the side. Kudos to all for participating.

See all the pictures of all the bands here.

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See the Advertising Week Opening Gala and Loud Live Pictures Here

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If you’re attending Advertising Week this week in New York…or just want to live it vicariously check out the pictures we took last night at the Opening Gala held at Lincoln Center and the Loud Live concert held at the Best Buy Center. It’s clear, the advertising industry know how to have a good time.

From the ability to view the Metropolitan Opera right from the balcony of Lincoln Center to watching Funkmaster Flex do his thing at the Best Buy Center, the first night of the 10th annual Advertising Week was a blast.

Opening Gala pictures are here.

Loud Live pictures are here.

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See the Advertising Week Opening Gala and Loud Live Pictures Here

awx_opening_gala_girls.JPG

If you’re attending Advertising Week this week in New York…or just want to live it vicariously check out the pictures we took last night at the Opening Gala held at Lincoln Center and the Loud Live concert held at the Best Buy Center. It’s clear, the advertising industry know how to have a good time.

From the ability to view the Metropolitan Opera right from the balcony of Lincoln Center to watching Funkmaster Flex do his thing at the Best Buy Center, the first night of the 10th annual Advertising Week was a blast.

Opening Gala pictures are here.

Loud Live pictures are here.

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There Will be No Fun Until the Oville Redenbacher is Popped

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A new Orville Redenbacher campaign from Venables Bell & Partners takes the importance of popcorn to new levels. A lot of people simply can’t enjoy their entertainment unless they’ve got a giant tub of popcorn in front of them. Us, on the other hand, realize popcorn — and, sadly, pretty much every other piece of manufactured food — is just a collection of chemicals unfit for human consumption.

But we’re not here to debate the finer points of nutrition. We’re just here to highlight an interesting approach to pimping popcorn. One that plays on the above-mentioned truism that popcorn a become an integral component of the couch potato lifestyle.

hey, we all have to die of something, right? We might as well go eating popcorn and watching our favorite movie.

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Coke Apologizes For ‘You Retard’ Bottle Cap Promotion

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Coca-Cola is in a bit of hot water over a bilingual promotion in Canada which resulted in “You Retard” being printed on Vitaminwater bottle caps. The bottle cap was found by Blake Loates whose sister, Fiona, has cerebral palsy. Fiona’s father, Doug Loates was angered and wrote a scathing letter to Coke.

In the letter, Loates wrote in part,”The R-word is considered a swear word in our family. What would YOU do if you opened up your bottle of Vitamin Water and on the bottom of the lid it read, ‘YOU RETARD? I bet you’d be pissed if you had a Fiona in your life! … Can you imagine if SHE [Fiona] had opened this bottle???”

Coke responded by pausing the promotion, explaining that the words were reviewed from the perspective of French speakers and issued a brief statement saying,”We did not mean to offend at all. We are certainly very apologetic for this oversight.”

Apparently the word was used because in French “retard” means “late.” Coke is drafting a formal apology to the Loates family. The letter Doug Loates is below.

Coke Letter

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Coke Apologizes For ‘You Retard’ Bottle Cap Promotion

coke_you_retard.jpg

Coca-Cola is in a bit of hot water over a bilingual promotion in Canada which resulted in “You Retard” being printed on Vitaminwater bottle caps. The bottle cap was found by Blake Loates whose sister, Fiona, has cerebral palsy. Fiona’s father, Doug Loates was angered and wrote a scathing letter to Coke.

In the letter, Loates wrote in part,”The R-word is considered a swear word in our family. What would YOU do if you opened up your bottle of Vitamin Water and on the bottom of the lid it read, ‘YOU RETARD? I bet you’d be pissed if you had a Fiona in your life! … Can you imagine if SHE [Fiona] had opened this bottle???”

Coke responded by pausing the promotion, explaining that the words were reviewed from the perspective of French speakers and issued a brief statement saying,”We did not mean to offend at all. We are certainly very apologetic for this oversight.”

Apparently the word was used because in French “retard” means “late.” Coke is drafting a formal apology to the Loates family. The letter Doug Loates is below.

Coke Letter

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Claire Danes’ Audi Adventure Reunites Her With ‘My So-Called Life’ Love

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If you decide to watch this four minute Mediacom-created Audi ad that touts the vehicle’s awesome gas mileage and which features Homeland star Claire Danes, you’ll have to wait until the very end for the payoff. But if you were a fan of Danes when she played Angela Chase on My So-Called Life, you’ll absolutely love it.

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