A good website is much more than a digital storefront. While brick-and-mortar storefronts have slowly been phasing out, a customized website shouldn’t merely replace your physical location. A comprehensive, customized website should tell the story of your product, your brand, and your company in a way that draws in your audience and sells them on the experience you provide. Every company has a story that deserves to be told, and a company website is one of the greatest storytelling opportunities that a company has. Marketing Eye has successfully designed, developed, and managed over 300 websites and counting.
It's a remarkable feat to be successful by anyone's definition, especially your own. I always find that the hardest markers are ourselves. We tend to be most critical of what we do, how we do it and what outcomes derive from the fruits of our labor.
We have unashamedly put out a marketing campaign to recruit top-notch marketers from a variety of industries and fields in Atlanta to fulfil a number of positions that we have available.
Sales Reps in the Business to Business space are always looking to find ways to work smarter, not harder. Looking for more creative ways to source leads, better ways to set those quality appointments to ultimately close them. Video Marketing has been a part of marketing strategies for years, but now it is making its way in the sales cycle. In the digital age, we live in reps are sending emails to prospects daily, whether completely cold or in response to an inquiry. Instead of that multi-paragraph, bulleted, formal and quite frankly dull email they are simply attaching a quick 2-3min video introducing themselves, their company and where they can add value. Implementing Video Marketing in prospecting emails adds value to your sales team by:
With the realization that the majority of their customers are online and no longer reading magazines, newspapers, and other dated publications, many companies have turned to digital marketing.
Every good digital marketer and content writer know that copy, headlines, and engaging content are an essential part of any successful marketing campaign. Each of those things is important, but, what if paying attention to the small stuff, like the tiny piece of copy next to the credit card field or the phrasing of a specific link could convert your hesitant visitors into confident leads & buyers? Great marketers are the ones that understand the importance of microcopy and the significant impact those tiny little words have on conversion rates and customer loyalty.
The word “consumer” is usually associated with people who buy things and participate economically. But what about the goods you literally consume? As technology and environmental processes change and evolve, so do our choices in food products and where we get them from. That’s where agricultural marketing comes into play.
Consumers are flooded with over 10,000 advertisements per day. In the time of information overload, how do you make your brand stand out from the crowd?
Your marketing strategy is the link with your customers. It requires some investment but having a big budget is not the key to its success.