October 2016

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Want A More Profitable Marketing ROI?


Learn How To Optimize Big Data For A Profitable ROI

November 15 at 7:45 AM to 9:15 AM
Rookwood Towers, 5th Floor

Are you uncertain as to how your marketing investment will deliver business-building results? Maybe you’re like John Wanamaker who said, “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.” If you are, then you should join us on November 15, 2016.

At this event you’ll hear how Holland Advertising: Interactive and Inner Join Technologies have combined their extensive expertise to develop a system that ensures your marketing dollars are working.

During this session our speakers will:
• Share how they systematically manage big data in a strategic way to determine what marketing investments are, or are not working.
• Discuss the 7 Steps in The Holland Data ROI Optimizer.
• Utilize case studies—including Holland’s savvy client, Kaeser & Blair Promotional Products.
• Highlight the smart application of data analytics and creative execution to drive an optimal marketing ROI.


Bryan Holland
Partner, Holland Advertising: Interactive

Joe Wendt
President, Inner Join Technologies

Learn How To Optimize Your Big Data For A Profitable ROI

Holland Advertising: Interactive
Names New Writer

Cincinnati – October 26, 2016 – Holland Advertising: Interactive, celebrating 80 years of client success stories, is excited to announce the addition of Michael Brookbank as Writer, effective October 26, 2016.


Michael is a graduate from Northern Kentucky University with a degree in English— Creative Writing. As an undergraduate, Michael had two poems published in separate literary magazines and wrote lyrics to an album that debuted #21 on the Billboard charts. His experience in short-winded writing has taught him the art of brevity, which he uses constantly in his copy.
Michael also has a deep understanding of rhetorical theories, which allow him to craft a bridge (metaphorical, of course) between our clients and their customers. He doesn’t just want to tell your story. He wants to know the story, approach it from every perspective, and tactfully use the best approach to reach your customers.
When Michael isn’t twirling his beard thinking of how to spell out a client’s brand story, he is probably still writing. Among the poetry and lyrics he writes for fun, Michael is taking on the task of writing his first SyFy novel. He also enjoys playing music and going to nice dinners with his wife.