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There are few things in life that are a certainly, and even fewer in business. As we navigate through the years of owning businesses or being key stakeholders in a business’ outcomes, we become less and less effective. Not because of our knowledge, but the ever changing dynamics that come with it.
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.
Game on. Marketers have not only had to turn to technology to power their marketing performance and stay clear of traditional marketing methods to a large degree, they now are needing to be more nimble when it comes to the purse strings.
When building out new web pages, whether it’s a blog, contact us page, or informational, search engine optimization (SEO) needs to be employed. Here are 7 simple tips to follow when building out new pages.
Like many businesses, there is never enough time to get all the marketing done that needs to be completed, and quite often businesses either don’t have the excess funds to hire a full-time marketing executive, or they don’t wish to have another headcount.
Henry Ford once said, “A man who stops advertising to save money is the man who stops his clock to save time.” More importantly, the man who advertises without an effective advertising strategy is a man awaiting failure. Advertising strategies are the blueprints that help businesses sell products or services to consumers. New products that will be launched or old products that need to be marketed should be accompanied by an effective advertising campaign. An advertising campaign is a set of advertising messages revolving around a single idea and is designed based on the advertising strategy. Advertising efforts can achieve benefits, such as brand awareness and increased sales, for the company.