Sales and marketing have always had a unique relationship within the ecosystem of a B2B business. Both roles are interdependent, but seldom collaborative. However, an increasingly popular marketing tactic has presented sales representatives and marketers a golden opportunity for meaningful overlap.
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There are certain instances when targeting smaller, more specific segments of your audience – particularly those further down the sales funnel – is actually worth more of your time and money than casting the widest net possible. That’s where topical targeting comes in.
If you’re anything like the majority of the population, consistently listening to a podcast has become part of your weekly or even daily routine. Even after a year of remote work and reimagined schedules, podcasts have seen unanticipated growth and popularity just within the past year. But with this growth comes the opportunity for development, such as video features.
Podcasts are taking over the digital space, and it’s important for digital marketers to know how to promote them. This is a breakdown of how a campaign strategy was created for Tomorrow Technician’s T2IQ Podcast and its livestream finale event.
By meeting the modern consumer wherever they are, Integrated Marketing Communications promotes relevant and consistent brand messaging.
If the success of Tik Tok has shown us anything, it’s that short form video content isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Implementing this type of content into your brand strategy gets your brand involved in a major industry trend that’s only expected to grow moving forward.
Research shows that the average consumer comes across five to ten thousand ads in a day. That means five to ten thousand different companies, brands, and services. What makes yours stand out? Effective use of colors, fonts and visuals can ensure that your brand is seen by your target audience.
Effective visual branding for your business won’t happen overnight.
Design plays a significant role in the success or failure of your brand’s ability to not only be recognizable, but also be understood by current and potential customers.
Instead of chasing trends, businesses interested in entering a new market or courting a new audience segment should go back to the basics of building brand awareness. Here are 5 basic tactics for building brand awareness that you can integrate into your marketing strategy today.