Remember the last time you ran a marketing campaign? What did you do once it was over? If you’re like most people, you likely didn’t get as many leads or sales as you’d hoped, you sulked for a bit and then moved on to your next most important project.
Online advertising is a tried-and-tested method of creating brand awareness, generating leads, and bringing in sales. However, there have been many changes in recent years, with the rise of ad blockers, stricter algorithms on social networks like Facebook, and an increase in privacy awareness that limits targeting.
Let’s get one thing straight: The goal of this post is not to drag you kicking and screaming to our Contact Us page. That’s a whole other wing of our marketing operation, and we try to keep them off this blog as much as we can.
Instead of leaving you with a quippy “Get Started Today!” call to action, we want nothing more than to provide some food for thought.
A brochure is an effective marketing strategy for small businesses. With a well-produced brochure, you have an advantage over businesses that rely on word of mouth or that maintain a storefront online. A brochure is colorful, transportable and easy to access offline.
Marketing research involves gathering and analyzing facts about a given business environment.
Both new and existing businesses conduct marketing research projects, but with different objectives. A new business may conduct research to better understand the market before starting operations.
As a busy business owner, you have endless to-do lists and wear many hats. It can feel like it’s just too much of a hassle to keep track of everything, especially when it comes to leads, sales, and new customers.
We were once in your shoes, which is why we have good news for you: you no longer have to manually create contacts, opportunities, tickets, or log activities.
Large companies spend big when it comes to reputation management strategies. Think about some of the most well-known brands and you can guarantee that a lot of thought goes into how established and would-be customers view these brands and the wider company reputation.