Marketing Eye

Wednesday, 20 January 2021 14:23

How to Develop a Customer Referral Program

Word-of-mouth marketing is a tried-and-true tactic, used for years before the entire world went digital. While there isn’t much space for word-of-mouth campaigns in a digital world, some tactics are still effective for generating leads and building brand awareness. A customer referral program is a powerful tool built to attract new leads to your business that are a good fit for your brand and your products. With a program like this, you can ensure that you are getting the right people's attention. Below, we discuss how to build an effective customer referral program.

Published in Marketing
Monday, 18 January 2021 17:05

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Published in Portfolio
Monday, 18 January 2021 16:56

3 Point Capital

3Point Capital are a financial services firm specializing in residential and commercial property transactions. Operating out of Sydney, 3Point Capital have worked hard to develop a reputation for excellent brokerage and top-class customer service. Despite this, their previous marketing efforts failed to fully leverage their brand offering within their market.

Operating within the ultra-competitive financial services industry, 3Point Capital were looking to differentiate themselves from other competitors with a rebranding campaign. To help them achieve this objective, they engaged Marketing Eye as their fully outsourced marketing department. A thorough discovery process familiarized the Marketing Eye team with 3Point Capital’s business, brand identity and brand personality.

The rebranding campaign commenced with the launch of a newly designed website which offers users a more fulfilling experience and fell in line with the 3Point Capital’s new marketing tactics. Logos and other marketing collateral were redesigned, reinforcing the new identity of the brand. A range of other tactics were actioned as a part of an integrated campaign, including regular EDM’s and a rebranded email signature.


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Published in Portfolio
Friday, 08 January 2021 12:48

How to Show the Value of Your Brand

As consumer preferences continue to change in favor of ease and convenience, businesses have to alter their sales and marketing approach. This is no easy feat because the reasons why your customers make purchases rarely stay the same. Value-based marketing outlines the value that your brand and product line give your customers, providing a clearer picture of why they should make purchases. It’s all about showing them that your products are practical, functional, and useful to their daily processes. Below, we discuss elements of value-based marketing that your team should implement.

Published in Marketing

Happy New Year! While it certainly wasn’t an easy journey for everyone, we learned quite a lot about how flexible and durable our businesses can be in a time of duress. Now that we can officially leave the chaos of 2020 behind us, it’s time to focus on how your brand can strengthen and grow during 2021. Below, we discuss how businesses can implement emerging digital marketing trends for the new year.

Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 22 December 2020 16:27

Standard Access | Building Services

Standard Access are industry experts in vertical access and hoisting solutions with a reputation for full-service provision. The company has a thirty-year strong history along with extensive training and hands-on experience across the renewables sector and permanent BMU installations and are able to provide complete engineered solutions.

Marketing Eye was able to provide outsourced marketing services to Standard Access Australia by conducting a branding workshop and designing a SEO-optimised website for the business, along with the creation of signage, brochures and other marketing collateral.

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Published in Portfolio
Tuesday, 22 December 2020 16:12

Stacey Moran - Political Campaign

Stacey Moran is a homeware buying and product management specialist, mother and Stonnington local who ran for local council election for Stonnington Council’s South Ward in October 2020. Stacey is a strong advocate for decreasing housing rates, quick and transparent local government responses, better park maintenance and reviving Chapel Street.

Marketing Eye was able to introduce Stacey’s vision to the Stonnington community by creating and executing a customised marketing strategy. Our expert marketing consultants were able to create a fully functional SEO-optimised website and signage to put a face on the Stacey Moran brand. We were also able to host virtual events in light of COVID-19 to solidify Stacey’s presence as a credible candidate.

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Companies with omnichannel strategies retain, on average, 89% of their customers compared to 33% retention for companies with weak omnichannel efforts. More than ever, customers expect a personalized rather than generic user experience. Properly planned and executed omnichannel strategies can directly impact profitability and efficiency. Listed below are four ways to elevate your omnichannel strategy.

Published in Marketing
Monday, 23 November 2020 13:57

Why Your Blogs Are Failing

Blogging is one of the useful tools in a marketer’s arsenal, allowing them to provide value-driven content that educates and informs the audience. Blogs are great for engaging your audience with information that provides value to their needs. While blogging is certainly not a new strategy for marketers, it’s easy enough for blogs to fail without the right processes in place. Below, we discuss the elements that go into making a blog fail and how to avoid them.

Published in Marketing
Friday, 20 November 2020 14:30

How to Improve Your Webinars

Webinars may seem like a forgotten form of marketing, but the truth is that webinars aren’t the easiest thing to pull off. It requires months of planning, writing, re-writing, designing, and promotion to finally get to the webinar, but it doesn’t always pay off the way we want it to. There’s a huge difference between good webinars and bad webinars, and it usually boils down to how much work was done in the planning and writing stages. Below, we have some considerations for making sure that your next webinar is great.

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