Coco Training Joins the MSCO Client Family
Last week, MSCO began work with our newest client, Coco Training and Consulting. We’re excited, as always, to explore new opportunities, not only for this brand but for MSCO as well. We envision a strong future with Coco Training and can see multiple ways to work with and expand this business. Read More
Coco Training delivers everything from executive coaching to sales management leadership and sales career training. To begin with, we have taken a look at their sales career training program. After careful consideration, we determined this to be their most promising branch. In order to position Coco Training as the experts they are, we needed a new approach.
From the very first meeting, it was clear that Larry Coco, President at Coco Training, was extremely passionate about his work. He aims to find the inspiration that exists behind each and every sale. With that in mind, we branded this branch of Coco Training as A Higher Sale.
Our new messaging reflects the passion behind his work. We’ve completely removed the standard sales gimmicks from our approach. Instead, we focus on Coco’s unique methodology: By identifying and acting on the power of inspiration, you can become an elite sales professional. That is how A Higher Sale works.
You can check out our initial branding on our landing page here. Moving forward, we are working on launching a PR and social campaign for A Higher Sale, among other things.
Stay tuned for the latest news regarding Coco Training and all of our other clients!
Jade Goodman Named New Web Content Writer
If you follow the blog you may have gotten used to me as your web content writer. My pacing and overall writing style have brought you news and events from around MSCO’s world for the past several months. Now, the time has come to pass the torch along to another talented writer. Allow me to (re)introduce you all to Jade Goodman, who will be the new web content writer on The Scoop.
As you may have read before, Jade has been an account strategist here for several months. She is an excellent writer and has filled in for me as a web content writer while I was away at times. Now, she will write all of our news and updates for The Scoop. As we always intended, this gives you a behind-the-scenes peek into what we do here at MSCO while also highlighting some of our bigger client successes in public relations, advertising and branding. In short: get to know us, we’re amazing!
Meanwhile, I’m not retiring as a web content writer. Look for my new series of columns with tips on how to improve your business through digital marketing, savvy writing, online presence, and traditional advertising.
It all comes back to variety. Any web content writer would tell you that mixing it up with different posts and topics is the key to success. Having a range of different posts keeps our blog interesting for clients, business owners, and followers of marketing in general.
My new Tommy’s Tips column will appear on Tuesdays (Tommy Tuesdays, get it?) and offer insight into more than just MSCO. We’ll focus on trends in internet marketing, public relations, website design and more. Consider it a guide to small business marketing and advertising brought to you by one of Westchester’s leading marketing firms. It’ll be a blast, I promise.
Thanks again for continuing to follow The Scoop @ MSCO. Look for more from us as we close out 2014 on a high note! Read More
Forbes Tabs Mark In Business Marketing Consulting
Mark Stevens is Forbes’ newest business marketing consulting blogger. This is the latest public relations success for MSCO following this year’s rerelease of Mark’s book Your Marketing Sucks, the business marketing consulting guide that build this agency.
Surely they noticed Mark’s business marketing consulting acumen after seeing his great success on LinkedIn earlier this month. Mark’s post, Why You Must Lie On Job Interviews And What You Must Lie About
, has already surpassed 775,000 views and earned him wide recognition for his pointed critique of the hiring process. This is the type of business marketing consulting advice we give to clients on a regular basis, so it’s no wonder Forbes would want to bring someone like Mark in to offer his unconventional wisdom.
The article takes a look at Mary Barra
, CEO of General Motors, and her difficulty coping with the public relations nightmare caused by product recall after product recall. Going against the conventional wisdom that this is somehow all her fault, or even that she was set up, Mark goes on to cite poor marketing as the reason she’s taking the blame. It was marketing’s fault that she hid from the situation until it became unavoidable. It was also marketing’s fault that she did not become the face of a new GM instead of the next in a long line of disappointments. Mark then offers his business marketing consulting from his own experience serving our past client Intrawest. You can read the whole thing here
This partnership with Forbes no doubt will open doors for MSCO. Even though Mark is already a well-known commentator for Fox News, CNBC and other media outlets, Forbes adds another big name and strong credibility to our brand. Posts on Forbes should appear weekly, so be sure to check back often for Mark’s business marketing consulting column
tackling the big issues all business owners and marketers face. Read More
Local TV Advertising Begins For TF Andrew
After weeks of scripting, shooting and production, TF Andrew finally makes their TV advertising debut this week. The above video production was shot in two parts and produced by director Stephen Kerstein, so an extra special thank you goes out to him for his work on the project. (more…) Read More
TF Andrew Store in Westchester Public Relations Hit
The latest step in our public relations and marketing strategy for TF Andrew happened last night as we helped the new high-end flooring superstore celebrate their grand opening in Elmsford. Dozens of people joined us for an evening of food, fashion and flooring with a special presentation from Habitat for Humanity recognizing the Faheys for their commitment to the community.
As one of the top Westchester public relations agencies, we brought in Cottages & Gardens
magazine as an event sponsor. The high end glossy publication invited their select subscriber list of affluent residents and designers to the party. Also in attendance were some of TF Andrew’s notable business partners and customers, Westchester public relations professionals, as well as staff from MSCO, including myself and our CEO Mark Stevens.
Score this as another win in MSCO’s public relations strategy. We’re all very pleased with the turnout and reception, so a big hand goes out to the finest Westchester public relations team there is. Next up for TF Andrew in our marketing strategy for TF Andrew will be digital advertising, cable TV in Westchester public relations and other advertising. Stay tuned for more updates as this campaign unfolds, including a sneak peek at our brand new TV commercial next week. Read More