I am a lover of the written word. I was lucky enough to turn this passion of writing into a career in content development, and the best part about working in marketing is that you can measure the success of your writing, learn from your mistakes, and create better content in the future. I’ve learned more about writing from measuring analytical data on my content than I ever did in a classroom.
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Email is an essential part of your marketing mix. It’s an easy, fairly inexpensive way to interact with your customers. A great way to maintain top-of-mind awareness to your potential clients is through a newsletter with a regular cadence, but is there the chance to generate profit from your newsletter? Kimberly Maceda of ActiveTrail has written 8 tricks on how to generate profit from your email newsletters.
Growing pains. Those awkward moments as you learn what does and doesn’t work in the journey to maturation. Every company has them. But it’s how you use them to your advantage that sets your business apart. That’s where growth marketing comes into play and companies like Airbnb, Dropbox, Mint, and Uber can all vouch for its success.
It should come as no surprise that as marketers, our mission is to tell stories about brands. This is true even in the B2B space. It might be harder to pinpoint than brands with a consumer audience, but companies targeting other businesses are sometimes the most compelling stories of all.
The digital marketing industry is in an era of constant change. What may have worked for you six months ago no longer works today. Keeping up with the Joneses when it comes to marketing may seem like an impossible task, but if you're extremely passionate (like the team at Marketing Eye) you incorporate market research into your everyday routine. Below is a list of 3 digital marketing trends we feel will disrupt the digital marketing industry in 2019.
At Marketing Eye, we employ a lot of marketers and over the years you learn to define what type of marketer you look for in a role such as marketing consulting.
Atlanta prides itself on being a commuter city. Our team is constantly in traffic, even on Sunday’s. So what do we do to pass the time? Marketing Eye Atlanta has put together a list of our top five marketing podcasts we’ve found throughout the years. Whether you commute like us, need something to listen to at the gym, or just want to learn a little more about the industry during your lunch, one of these podcasts are bound to fit your interests as a marketing professional.
Like any company, Marketing Eye Atlanta realizes that we need to reinvent ourselves to keep things interesting. While many of us like routine, it's when this is turned upside down that we really put in our best performance. Just a few tweaks here and there, and all of a sudden you see things so much differently than before.
Content is King. This phrase is a marketer’s bread and butter. But what about consistency? It’s important to pull branding through across every user interface. Think about big companies like Apple and Google. When you see an iPhone, you know it’s an Apple product. The Gmail app has the same look and feel as the desktop version. Why is this important? It lets consumers know that from platform to product, the website, and logo, it’s all the same brand. Same colors. Same functionality.
The tide turns from time to time - that's a fact. When a business is doing incredibly well, most seasoned entrepreneurs know that some months will follow that are not living up to their expectations.
Reinventing your marketing team should be something all companies do on a yearly basis. Keeping everyone on their toes, but more importantly, encouraging everyone to stay relevant is critical to your company's success. If your marketing team doesn't have their heart in it and are not determined to be successful, then you may see that written in red on your balance sheet.
As technology advances, so does the tools marketers have at their disposal. The days of analog marketing are dwindling as faster, more efficient technology comes online. So where does a marketer begin looking?
Here is a list of things that brilliant marketers do that really make them stand out from the rest.
I have been in marketing for 28 years and this is going to be my moment, the one that will define all my career achievements. It is by far the best career accomplishment I have ever made, and it all started because I had a problem that needed to be fixed.