Why You Should Be Using Facebook Messenger Marketing

 

Did you know that although 1.3 billion people actively use Facebook Messenger, less than 1% of businesses are using it for marketing? If that doesn’t scream opportunity to you, take a step back.

Protecting Your Digital Marketing Investment with Goal Measurement

With the Internet at the epicenter of nearly all business, you’ve likely invested in some digital marketing programs to drive awareness, leads and sales. In fact, you’ve probably invested more time, money and resources in online marketing than you’re even aware of (how much time did you spend on social media today?).
 
So how do you know that your marketing programs are effective? How do you know that you’re getting a solid return on your investment and not wasting valuable resources on efforts that don’t produce results?
 

Why Having the Lowest Price Might Be Hurting Your Business

Frequently clients come to us with questions about their pricing - is our pricing too high, is our pricing too low, when should I raise my prices? One of the most common questions we get is if raising their prices will hurt their brand. Ironically, the reality is very often the opposite - a lower price may actually be hurting your brand and here’s why.
 

Price = Value

Get Close, Get Familiar, Build Trust - Top Takeaways from INBOUND17

INBOUND17 was by far the largest marketing conference I’ve ever attended. With over 300 educational sessions, keynotes and spotlight discussions, navigating the learning path at Inbound was a job in and of itself. It was often very difficult to whittle down the many choices to the session that would be most valuable, and yet there wasn’t a bad choice to be made. Every session held value, every speaker was well-qualified and an expert in their own right. It was hard to be disappointed, and in fact, I have yet to meet anyone who was.

Are “Sticky Notes” Killing Your Marketing?

It’s a great idea to brainstorm your marketing on sticky notes, napkins or other scraps of paper, right? Think again! From time to time we work with clients who have great ideas, but capture them in a haphazard and inconsistent method - sticky notes. Learn why “Sticky Note Marketing” can be more detriment to your business than help.

Google v. Facebook - Choosing the Right Ad Program For Your Business

Sometimes, it’s all about leads. Whether you’re working for a small business or a non-profit, the challenges of lead generation with a limited budget (and often limited views on advertising) can be intimidating. As a professional digital marketer with more than 20 years of ad buying experience, let me give you my take on where and how to make your online ad buy decisions.

Magic Bullet or Perfect Storm - What’s Your Digital Marketing Strategy?

When it comes to marketing strategy, most business executives take the same approach they do to the rest of their business - they problem solve. By nature, this problem-solving approach targets the source of the issue. It puts a laser focus on the cause and then works toward a resolution for that specific issue. I like to call this targeted strategy the ‘magic bullet’ - one issue, one solution.
 

Implementing Your Marketing Strategy

In this three-part series we are exploring the common small business problem of “broken marketing”. In Part 1,  we discussed how to determine if your marketing is broken, and how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a program in need of help. In Part 2, we covered the development of a marketing strategy and a plan that will help to focus your company on success. 
 

Fix Your Marketing With A Strategy

In this three-part series we are exploring the common small business problem of “broken marketing”. In Part 1, we discussed how to determine if your marketing is broken, and how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a program in need of help. 
 
In this article we discuss the development of a marketing strategy and a plan that will help to focus your company on success. 
 
Who should develop the strategy?

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