Screaming Garlic Idea Library

Nate Brochin  

Nate has over 25 years of digital creative and marketing experience, having served in senior roles for large ad agencies as well as start-up software companies. Nate was a founding member of Rare Medium Group, one of New York's original digital agencies, growing the company from 4 partners in 1996 to over 1100 employees and revenues of $120m by 2002. Nate holds advanced degrees from the School of Visual Arts (MFA) and the London School of Economics (MBA).

Recent Posts

Get That Inspiration Flowing - Inbound Marketing Ideas from The Best Marketers

Inbound Marketing Ideas from Brands Big and Small

We’ve collected 33 examples of truly enviable inbound marketing. Whether you want to rethink your approach to social media, email, or blogging, we’ve curated top-notch examples to expand your thinking. Or, perhaps you are ready to experiment with a new medium for your content. Explore the video and microsite chapters to discover what the leaders...

The Three Most Critical Blogging Mistakes

The blogosphere is chock full of helpful advice when it comes to what to do to improve your marketing. But where the rubber meets the road, the most powerful tool you have to attract leads is your blog. Even if writing is not your thing, we've boiled down it down to the bare essentials. And, if you are able to navigate these three elements, your company has at least a reasonable chance to attract...

Our Favorite Tool for a Complete Marketing Workflow


There are more digital tools than ever that marketers use to help them get their job done. And because we use WordPress a lot, many of those tools are plug-in based. But if we're not using WordPress, our favorite go to set of tools is actually found in Alexa’s Marketing Stack.This is not your father's Alexa - and while Alexa is owned by Amazon, it's different than the voice...

Mobile Has Changed Search Intent and How People Get Things Done

Our phones are with us at all times. Relying on them for critical information at the right time has become commonplace.Some reading this post don't recall how information was consumed and disseminated before smartphones, but here's a snapshot: We actually printed directions before a road trip or actually relied on a map with the highlighted route. Remember looking up movie times in the newspaper?...

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