This category will feature articles about new and upcoming trends in digital marketing, to keep you up to date with the most relevant and interesting ways to get in touch and reach your end-users, fans, or customers.
This San Diego marketing agency, Bloominari, is full of die-hard fans of marketing automation software. Always reading about new technology, always researching new tactics, always tinkering with new tools. We use various technologies for (internal and external) business communication and organization because we know and believe in the benefits.
In case you don’t know what I’m talking about: Think back to the last time you filled out a contact form on a website or emailed a business and then immediately got an email confirmation about your inquiry. (Usually the email reads something like, “Thank you for contacting us. Someone will respond to your inquiry shortly.”) That instantaneous email was sent to you via automation software.
Know when a marketing agency is in it to win it – for your business.
In the digital age, the marketing industry is booming. Companies of all sizes outsource their marketing efforts to stay competitive in today’s fast-paced world. It’s vital to understand the difference between a marketing agency that’s truly invested in a client’s success versus one that is solely concerned with generating profit for itself. Learn how to pick the perfect marketing agency.
Marketing agencies come in all shapes and sizes. Know how to choose the best.
A market agency is a valuable asset for your business – one that can take a lot of worries off your plate so you can focus on growing your business. It’s vital to properly vet potential agencies before selecting a partner. Stay alert while shopping for a marketing agency, and beware of these common red flags that indicate a marketing agency might not be right for your brand.
Writing quality content is time-consuming enough. Posting it to multiple social media sites, can take you “forever”. Here are the seven best options that can cut your task from 15 to 30 minutes, at most, freeing your time to concentrate on what’s most important.
If you’re a million dollar author like J.K. Rowling, creator of the Harry Potter series, it’s easy to achieve success with subsequent books. After all, you’re known, and loyal followers can't wait to pluck them off the shelf. The problem lies with your first book, and Rowling had massive problems with that one. Harry Potter spiraled through various rejections, before Joanne K. Rowling hit it. Rowling wrote fiction, but both fiction and nonfiction authors struggle to market that first book. Let’s see how two famous authors of each category succeeded.
I’ve been a marketer in-house for several companies and a marketer for several marketing agencies, and I’ll tell you, the skills needed for either position are exactly the same.
However, it’s more difficult for a business to find a competent marketing specialist who will make a good fit in-house, compared to finding a competent marketing agency that can reach the goals that you have in mind.
When you think marketing, you probably picture billboards, television commercials and radio jingles. YouTube isn’t something that always comes to mind, but it can have a major impact on consumers and on your business’s bottom line. In fact, YouTube is every bit as powerful as other social media sites, if not more. The popular video-sharing site attracts more than 1 billion users each month, a number that mirrors Facebook’s monthly usage. It’s also growing at a much faster rate.
Now that you understand a bit about mobile marketing, it’s time to go deeper. Use what you learned about mobile marketing and make it work for your brand.
Mobile marketing is an evolving game. Every new advance in technology and each new trend adds another layer of complexity to successful mobile marketing. Now that you’ve gained a basic understanding of how mobile marketing works, it’s time to start making it work for your brand to maximum effect.
Over and again, I have found that fledgling innovators or entrepreneurs start with the product idea first and link their strategies to it. Campaigns flounder because they start from their vantage point rather than that of their clients. In the end, these individuals may end up pleasing just themselves - or not even themselves because they end up at a loss.