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Sales enablement is the practice of aligning your sales and marketing efforts to generate leads and convert them to sales. While both departments have similar goals, they each take a different method to accomplish these goals. Companies that experience misalignment of the sales and marketing departments are often dysfunctional, struggling to convert leads and generate revenue. Below, we discuss how you can know when your marketing and sales departments aren’t aligned.

Published in Marketing
Thursday, 05 November 2020 13:03

How to Build a Better Lead Generation Strategy

Are you treating customers like leads? Today’s customers are not interested in partnering with a company that will treat them like another number. The customer journey needs to be optimized to include everything your audience needs, whether that’s educational content, product demonstrations, or access to your sales team to discuss what they need. First, you need to develop a stronger lead generation strategy that will draw leads and provide value to where they are. Below, we have four ways to build a better lead generation strategy. 

Published in Marketing
Thursday, 15 October 2020 13:55

Keeping Your Business Relevant Right Now

Businesses across the globe have had to find new ways to become relevant during this global economic crisis. Finding new ways to stay relevant amongst your competition is difficult on your best day, so it’s even more important to stick out during times of uncertainty. Below, we have four ways that your company can stay relevant during a crisis.

Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 13 October 2020 15:33

Why You Need a Marketing Strategy

You might feel as if implementing a marketing strategy is more of a guideline than a rule, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. You wouldn’t play chess without a strategy, so you shouldn’t market your company without one. Sure, budgets may be tight, and it could be hard to justify implementing a strategy that would require time and, especially if it’s outsourced, money. But the truth is, you can’t afford not to have a marketing strategy. A marketing strategy is instrumental to the success of your company. Your company may barely survive without one, but it will never thrive. You can’t afford to not have a marketing strategy because without your marketing efforts will be much weaker. A company’s strength comes from its very best plans. Why wouldn’t you want to put your company’s very best foot forward on the path to success?

 

Published in Marketing
Friday, 02 October 2020 14:28

Keeping Up in the Age of Video

Video marketing is a distinct niche in the content marketing world, one that seemingly requires a bunch of work and expertise to effectively pull off. The good news is that this isn’t necessarily true! No matter what your company is doing the video realm or how you feel about video in general, there’s no denying the power and impact that video marketing can have for your business. Video marketing is a powerful tool that can educate and entertain your audience at one time, allowing you to drive engagement in new, creative ways. 

Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 29 September 2020 12:41

How to Optimize Your Email Campaigns

Email campaigns might seem like an outdated marketing method, but they are a tried and true method of connecting with your audience. While perfecting the content and design elements is an essential part of creating an email campaign, it’s more important to understand how to succeed.

Published in Marketing

Tellus Holdings is an infrastructure development company in the business of creating economic, social and environmental value from waste resources, salt and clay. Integral to Tellus is their mission to contribute to be a safer and cleaner Australian company. 

Marketing Eye is working with Tellus to transform their website and overall branding.

As part of the website redevelopment, the key messaging was determined and communicated to the public across all channels to align all their rebranding efforts. Additional marketing assets were created as key tools of communication for events such as information brochures and annual reports. These documents highlighted the efforts of Tellus for their clients to see.

As a further extension of the marketing efforts, Marketing Eye developed branding for their cargo, which worked as a great visual promotional tool.


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Published in Portfolio
Wednesday, 09 September 2020 15:35

Greenwave Bioscience

Greenwave Bioscience™ exists to elevate cannabinoid regulation to a science. Greenwave applies the science of their Bioscience Array Matrix™ (B.A.M.) and Greenbridge Wholesale™ certification tests to deliver quality, scalability, and reliability in hemp-derived CBD.

Greenwave needed to create brand awareness so the outsourced marketing team at Marketing Eye designed and developed a website. In order to generate more leads, we produced a revised website and created several lead generation social media campaigns.


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FRANdata works with clients on their most challenging performance issues, investing significant time and effort in developing and renewing a knowledge base that offers unique perspectives and insights Marketing Eye developed a personalized strategy that consisted of new brand collateral and email marketing campaigns to increase brand awareness and increase lead generation.

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Marketers have been using email marketing campaigns for years, pushing products, events, and anything else they want their audience to engage with. If the majority of people are checking their email every day (most are checking multiple times a day), why aren’t your campaigns working? While it might seem that email marketing as a whole doesn’t work, but it might just be that your processes are out of date. Engaging with your audience is like a game of chess: it requires strategy and planning, as well as the flexibility to adapt your approach when things don’t work. Below, we have five email marketing practices that don’t work anymore.

 

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