How a smarter marketing strategy is a connected buyer journey

by Shade Wilson

Aug 7, 2015 1:27:54 PM

 

The purpose of marketing strategy is to set a direction or blueprint that all tactics and executions can be aligned behind to drive toward an agreed goal. Traditionally, this has been the work that goes on at the beginning of a new initiative or campaign. 

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Topics: Marketing Strategies

How to sell an idea

by Aaron Dotson

Jul 23, 2015 1:02:52 PM

 

Anyone who says “a great idea sells itself” has probably never actually sold one.

See, great ideas, by their very nature, are scary. They are unexpected, often uncategorizable and lack the safety net of reliable guarantees that make traditional, “tried-and-true” ideas so easy to approve.

That’s why you must put as much care into selling your idea as you put into making it. 

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Topics: Brand & Message

Three new marketing myths that need to die

by Shade Wilson

Jul 2, 2015 7:14:00 AM

 

Over the last few years, marketing has evolved at an amazing pace. We have new tools and techniques that improve our ability to connect with consumers in more authentic and impactful ways. Along with these changes, new marketing myths have sprung up among some of the overly enthusiastic that are missing the mark.

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Topics: Marketing Analytics

Why web designers and developers need to collaborate

by Dana Hoeck

Jun 25, 2015 8:07:00 AM

Web designer, web developer. Same thing, right? 

Oh, no, no, no. For those who create websites for a living, the difference between web designers and developers is significant.

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Topics: Creative Development

3 problems that marketing cannot solve

by Dionne Kumpe

Jun 18, 2015 8:05:00 AM

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Marketing plays an important role in helping companies achieve business goals. It drives awareness of your brand and gives buyers a compelling reason to prefer and purchase your product or service. 

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Topics: Marketing Analytics, Marketing Strategies

How to get more from your agency relationship

by Dionne Kumpe

Jun 4, 2015 8:00:00 AM

 

Trust is the force-multiplier of relationships. It grows from the intimacy of doing life together. With average client-agency tenure of less than three years, it’s important to be intentional about developing trust quickly. So, whether you are in a new client-agency relationship or want to spice up an existing one, here are four ways you can get more from your agency in minutes, not months.

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Topics: Brand & Message

Effective advertising: Integrating display and content to deliver more conversions

by Shade Wilson

May 28, 2015 5:52:52 PM

There has been an explosion of marketing channels from display to search, to social, to mobile, to direct, to content and more. Every client, audience and offer is different and segmented. So in today’s multi-channel world it’s less about what your tactics ARE and more about how your tactics can work TOGETHER to deliver the most effective advertising campaign possible. Here are a few ideas to consider for connecting tactics on your next campaign. 

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Topics: Awareness & Traffic

Demystifying user experience design – helping visitors discover

by Shade Wilson

May 21, 2015 7:30:00 AM

The great thing about digital marketing is things are always evolving. This is especially true with our understanding of what good user experience design is.

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Topics: Awareness & Traffic, Lead Generation

5 logo design principles that can affect your brand

by Dana Hoeck

May 15, 2015 11:38:47 AM

Your company’s logo is an integral representation of your brand. It’s often the first thing customers interact with, so getting it right—and making a great first impression—is critical to your business’s long-term success.

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Topics: Creative Development

6 tools you need to execute a strategic marketing plan

by Dionne Kumpe

May 7, 2015 8:00:00 AM

In physics, a simple machine is a mechanical device, or tool, that changes the direction or magnitude of a force. It has a mechanical advantage that enables the use of leverage to multiply force. The same principle can be applied in marketing.

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Topics: Marketing Strategies

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