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The way that we market our businesses will always be evolving. In the last few years, B2B marketing has drastically evolved as the buyers have more access to more information. Years ago, people were attracted by ads for a product, which generated interest in that product. So, they would go and purchase that product based on the information they were given. Now, people have access to all the information that they could ever need, so the buying journey has changed. It’s less of a linear journey and more of a collection of moments that will influence the purchase of a product. Because of this, marketing must evolve. Below are four great strategies that your B2B marketing team should embrace in their processes.
Sales are the lifeblood of any company. In order to keep sales thriving, and our business open, we need to implement strategies and plans that will promote a healthy selling environment. Equipping your team with the right strategies will not only keep sales consistent, but it will also make them a better sales team altogether.
In 2019, it is becoming harder and harder to stay relevant and competitive in any industry. There are so many companies and products available, and they are all doing great things. You need to be able to set yourself apart from the rest of the pack to survive. Search engine optimization is a great strategy to not only maximize the visits to your website, but it can also keep your efforts relevant and competitive in a saturated market.
Interacting with your CEO can be stressful sometimes. Whether they are an easy person to talk to or not, it’s understandable to get a flustered around them now and then. Impressing them is a whole different thing entirely! Of course, you want to do well at your job, and a good relationship with your CEO is a vital part of that. But how do you go about impressing your CEO, someone who has likely seen every different approach to any given problem? Below, we have five steps to show your CEO that you have the initiative to perform and produce results.
Video marketing is an undeniably expanding field; in 2019, 87% of marketers use video as a marketing tool. Brands can capitalize on the popularity of video to great success--but it’s important to avoid a few common pitfalls. In this article, I will explain the most common video marketing failures and how to avoid them for your company.
Failure 1: Creation Without Strategy
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Today on the worldwide web where companies are all blasting promotions and announcements, it’s inconceivable to expect a Google search on “how-to” marketing to garner any attention,
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.