News • Sep 29, 2015 14:51 +08
News • Sep 17, 2015 16:15 +08
Mark Laudi and our team from eventv will be at The Malaysia Business Events Week being held between September 21-23, 2015 in Kuala Lumpur.
News • Aug 24, 2015 13:04 +08
From anchorman to entrepreneur, Mark Laudi is always thinking of new ideas for his business.
News • May 08, 2015 12:09 +08
We've made the cut! Hong Bao Media has been shortlisted in the Best event supplier/contractor category at the Asia Pacific MICE Awards 2015 to be held in Singapore on September 10, 2015.
Blog posts • Nov 12, 2014 12:44 +08
So, you've done your best to create content. You have written or produced interesting articles and/or videos that you think your target market will find valuable. You have uploaded it to your website or corporate blog, and your corporate YouTube channel. But you are not getting the response you hoped for. Now you are under pressure to cut the budget. What can you do?
Press Releases • Aug 21, 2014 16:26 +08
These forensic research reports are designed for fund managers in US and Europe, with the intension of providing them with local insights into Singapore and Malaysia listed companies.
Blog posts • May 18, 2014 09:52 +08
The problem with online marketing is that it is constantly evolving. Having first grappled with search marketing, and then the social media phenomenon, marketers are trying to come to grips with the latest strategy. But little of their past experience can prepare them for what's in store.
Blog posts • Aug 16, 2013 12:36 +08
Marketers spend much time and effort building their brand – and then ruin it all with a poorly-executed video. How do you avoid this?
Blog posts • May 30, 2013 10:04 +08
So, you've completed your content marketing video and you are ready to share it with the world. One way to reach your target market is through their mobile device. But this raises three important questions, which I answer in this article.
Blog posts • Aug 31, 2012 12:42 +08
While 'viral' is the current buzzword, seeing a video spreading like wildfire is actually more like, well, a wildfire: out of control. Once it's out there, it's very hard to rein in. Just because you delete an offending clip off YouTube doesn't mean that that's the end of the story (arguably, you could be making things worse). Are you sure you're ready for that?