If your company is hoping to stay competitive in such a saturated market, there are several things you can do to set yourself apart from your competition. For example, an intentional content marketing strategy can establish your company as a thought leader in the industry, giving you more credibility with your audience. While a marketing strategy can help you to plan for your business’ future, responsive web design will set the visual story of your brand apart from everyone else. With a responsive web design, all of the content, features, and media that are featured on your website are optimized to respond to whatever device your audience is using. This is why mobile-friendly sites have a different layout to the browser-friendly sites you can visit on a computer. But what does a responsive web site need?
2020 doesn’t look the way we ever thought it would. Businesses have faced unprecedented challenges this year, creating major disruptions to the way that everyone does business. Unfortunately, any marketing strategies created for 2020 have to change now to embrace the current economic environment. Now is the time to make your marketing strategy the very best it can be. What should your new marketing strategy for 2020 achieve for you?
Content is created for the sole purpose of educating and engaging your audience. Content marketing is meant to drive your brand and get the attention of people who have a problem that you can solve. But what if you’re having trouble generating engagement with your content? There is always the possibility that you might have to rework your content, but it could just be that no one is seeing it. Social media builds relationships with your customers and puts your information right in front of them. Below, we have several ways to use social media to increase audience engagement with your brand.
To achieve these strategies, we needed to determine and align their core values with the digital strategy. We developed brand guidelines that included the creation of their logo to represent the brand's voice and personality. By understanding the consumer and brand profile a user-friendly website was developed with SEO and content strategies.
H.W. Woods has been assisting Australians with sleeplessness for over 80 years. Primarily focusing on pharmaceutical sleeping aids for insomniacs. Marketing Eye helped deliver a design strategy by providing artwork for brand awareness campaigns which promoted the availability of assistance for sleep aid products. Some of the print assets developed included posters, flyers, digital and static advertising. As part of the design process, we had to ensure and comply with marketing regulations for the pharmaceutical industry.
As part of a brand awareness strategy, we created, organised and implemented advertising and public relation efforts of H.W.Woods’ products in industry relevant magazines.
Cameron Construction has had a large team of specialists in the construction industry for over 30 years. Cameron Construction prides itseld in having employees that are professional and highly qualified and engineering and technical knowledge that allows them to implement complicated and major projects in an outstanding way. Marketing Eye worked with Cameron Construction to refresh their logo and update brand and also create a new website with better imagery and design to help to better match the mission and values of the Cameron Construction brand.
The brand awareness strategy was developed because it was quite aware that even though Access Rehabilitation Equipment is a long-standing organization, they were lacking the awareness. We engaged in SEO and content strategies to enhance their website traffic and visibility. As part of further development of awareness, the creation of print content with the new branding designed informed clients of their services and acted as a guide to products and prices.
While it might feel difficult to do right now, content marketing is more important than ever. When your company can provide relevant content to your audience, it drives a positive message of hope and resilience. With the right messaging, your content marketing could potentially drive sales and revenue growth during a time when consumers are less likely to spend money. But what’s the secret ingredient for engaging with your audience right now? Empathy. Without empathy, your content marketing will sound tone-deaf and will not be effective at drawing your audience in. Using empathy can be tricky, so it takes some strategy and thought to get the tone just right.