Why Is Marketing Important?
The Part-Time Executive: Filling the Management Void
As the meeting progressed I noticed a fascinating rhythm to the conversation. Each item on his wish list was discounted by a concern about lack of resources or effects of the larger economy. Read more »
As marketing budgets tighten, there’s increasing interest in establishing in-house marketing agencies. Capable of increasing sales while lowering costs, this division provides the perfect home for services such as strategy, market research, design and fulfillment. It pays for itself by minimizing the need for outside vendors and eliminating media commissions. Read More »
Better Branding: Improve Your Company Image
Look at a dozen successful businesses and you’ll find they all have consistent branding in common. Coca-Cola, Fedex, AT&T and the rest have created images that you, the consumer, instantly recognize.
By combining a company name, logo, typeface and tag line to impart a unified impression, the big guys integrate themselves into our daily lives. This image is then driven home repeatedly using publicity, direct mail, print advertising, television, invoice stuffers, Internet banner ads…you name it. Read more »
Marketing To Your Employees
Examine your company’s selling process and you may find a strategic gap in your marketing efforts.
By now you’ve built your web site and are working a marketing plan that includes some combination of social media, collateral, drip campaigns, sales promotion, public relations, and the like. Read More »
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