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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.
Marketing is a necessary evil for some, and for others, it is one of the most exciting parts of running a business or achieving not-for-profits goals.
Have you ever wondered why you hire two people with the same skills, identical degrees, and similar project experience, but one appears to be significantly better than the other?
Traveling from Sydney to Melbourne each week in between taking the trek from Australia to the US on a regular basis, I get to spend a lot of time thinking. Mostly I think about business, which may be boring for most, but what the heck...it's who I am and I won't apologize.
Digital advancements have been one of the key factors in shaping the marketing industry over the past year. And as marketing evolves, other service and goods-producing industries must adjust their marketing techniques to keep up.
I'm binge watching The Good Wife. I feel almost guilty to say this out loud, but I am and for years I have avoided it because the name of the show and the images they used to sell it didn’t pique my interest.
You've made it, but what's next. You are a marketing manager with 10 to 15 years experience and all of a sudden you are wondering where do you go from here.
Michael Powell once said, “Only when you bring value to others, will you bring value to yourself.” Looking at this quote from a business standpoint, your brand value will only increase if your company is able to provide true value to your customers first. Your marketing mix (or 4 P’s), which is part of your marketing strategy, can help you decide what value to provide to customers and how to best communicate that value. The 4 P’s of the marketing mix outlines the right product (or service) to sell, the right price to sell it at, the right place to deliver it, and the right promotions to get it known. Value, of course, should be at the heart of every “P.”