22020 has been a year of tremendous change already, which is only a small picture of how businesses will have to change going forward. Adapting to the economic climate is a crucial step in operating a business, but it’s never easy. Because they have to consistently prove their value, marketers are at the greatest risk. For a marketing professional to stay relevant in a constantly shifting economic climate, they will need to develop and hone the following six skills:
When people hear the term “automated marketing,” it raises certain questions about what the automation process entails. What exactly is being automated? Is automation really necessary? Will automation eventually take people’s jobs? The truth is that marketing automation software solely exists to strengthen your marketing efforts and support the work that your team is already doing. Essentially, automated marketing removes the need to perform your routine processes, which frees up your time and resources to focus on creating better copy and conversing with customers. Automation can’t take the job of a person because it can’t do the job of a person. It’s merely a tool, but one we should be using. Below, we have debunked four common myths about automated marketing.
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It’s officially November, which means that 2019 is officially winding down. As this year draws to a close, companies everywhere are working to get prepared for 2020 by allocating budgets, hiring for services, and closing out deals. It’s important to get these things taken care of, but what about the marketing strategy? A marketing strategy is a plan of action designed to outline your goals and promote your company. Without a marketing strategy in place at the beginning of 2020, it will be much harder to efficiently and effectively accomplish anything in the new year. Below, we have a few things that should be included in your marketing strategy for 2020.
I’ve been in the marketing and advertising industry for 25 years plus. Unlike most people, I haven’t chopped and changed jobs along the way, but instead turned my career at the ripe age of 25 into one of those mega-jobs that you can never untangle your way out of. Here’s what I mean…
Adobe’s transformation from desktop to the cloud was cemented at this weeks’ Adobe Summit held in Las Vegas.