You may not be playing a tennis match, but there’s always something you can learn from one of the greats! Follow in the footsteps of Serena and take a swing with new marketing efforts!
Looking around, most companies are making the same claims these days. They offer great products at great prices. What sets you apart? This is where customer experience (CX) becomes so important. Customer experience is more than customer service. It’s everything about how people experience your company, from the direct mail pieces you send to how you handle returns.
Leadership is an extremely valuable trait to have in the business community, but it doesn’t happen overnight. Instead, true leadership skills are fostered through practice, challenges and growth.
Consider the needs of your audience when designing your website, and what they might expect to see, and you’ll be setting your business up for success!
Whether you’re back to the office in-person, fully remote or working in a hybrid environment, running meetings has become about much more than simply standing up in front of a room with a powerpoint presentation.
Did you notice when Angie's List dropped the "list" and "e" from its name and became simply Angi? After 20 years as America's "go-to" place for finding home contractors, the company spent millions on a rebrand, including a new logo. With the company offering more than just lists, it was time. The new logo reflects that.
There’s no doubt that your current customers are a huge asset. After all, they’re the reason you’re in business! However, they may be able to help you even more than you realize.
Sometimes, it’s important to go back to the basics. While digital marketing can’t be ignored, it’s important to incorporate old-school, tried and true marketing methods to build a truly holistic marketing plan.
Are you hearing a lot of new marketing terms lately? Drip marketing, engagement marketing, loyalty marketing, trigger, and omnichannel marketing. What do these terms mean? Whether you are doing print or digital marketing, these concepts are essential to understand. Let's look at these five common marketing terms and what they mean to you.
Public speaking can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. If you remember these tips and practice beforehand, your presentation is sure to be a hit. Give them a try to see how you can develop your public speaking skills and grow professionally.
Strong content is the backbone of a business blog. If you’re not sure where to start with your blog, try out these seven post ideas. Share a blog post and engage with consumers in order to continue marketing and growing the business.
Nearly half (49%) of companies say that dollar for dollar; they get a better ROI from their customer retention efforts than from their customer acquisition marketing. How far are you willing to go to retain your customers? How creative are you ready to get? Here are three examples of just how far three direct mail marketers were willing to go and the impressive ROI they received.
Email is a cost-effective marketing method, and most everybody has it at their fingertips! When done correctly, you can easily guide your audience from the subject line to taking your intended action.
It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day grind and forget about the big picture plans. However, this is the perfect time to reevaluate your strategy to finish out 2022 strong!
According to research from Parse.ly, 68.7% of content marketers’ decisions come from other teams’ requests. The sales department wants to support the latest product rollout. Management intends to defend its year-end goals. Everyone has a finger in the pie.
When it comes to marketing a business, there are a variety of different avenues to choose from. The options are limitless. However, there’s one tried and true marketing option which is as effective as it is useful: swag.
The return of community and industry events means your business has another lucrative opportunity to put your marketing efforts on display and capture the attention of new prospects!
We all know that personalization drives results, but what do consumers really want? And does personalization impact all consumers equally?
Positive work environments cultivate happy employees, who then write raving company reviews. These reviews help create good buzz for the company.
Want to know what’s moving and shaking in the direct mail market? You can’t go wrong by looking to Who’s Mailing What!, a database of nearly 200,000 direct mail pieces scanned and analyzed by text, images, vertical market, and more. Recently, WMW! analyzed its database and found that the copy used in direct mail today is shorter than in years past—a lot shorter. Attention spans are dropping, buyers’ time is more precious, and mail that is fast and easy to scan is winning the day.
Lights…Camera….Action! Video is an opportunity for your business to tell a story in a compelling way. While we can’t promise that it’ll make you the next George Clooney, we can promise that if done correctly, it can be a great marketing tool for your business.
Sometimes when you do something over and over again, the results can become stagnant. That’s why it’s a great idea to mix it up when it comes to your marketing strategy!
It’s an ever-changing world, and we’re just living in it. Luckily, you’re a smart marketer who knows that to be successful, you must adapt! Marry your physical and virtual marketing worlds, embrace the new technologies and do things in the virtual world that make you stand out from the crowd.
When it comes to interactions, consumers hold power in their hands. They choose what content they want to see, when they want to see it, and what channels they want to engage with. That’s why successful companies do more than simply build their brands. They motivate their customers to choose them—to choose to engage. How do you get your audience to say yes to your messaging when they could so easily say no?
Deciding who to hire can be an incredibly difficult and overwhelming process. However, there are a few ways to wade through the interviews. If you’re in a position to hire, keep these tips in mind to find the right candidate for the job and build the best team possible.