There’s one solid instance when you truly don’t need a marketing budget: you don’t want to stay in business. You see, business and life are a lot like trying to run up the down escalator (which I totally don’t recommend,
Do you have a marketing strategist or guru on your team? If so, maybe you’ve seen them doing things like this. If not, then maybe you can find a guru-in-training wandering the office by being familiar with these marketing traits!
Okay, so I’m probably going to ruffle a few feathers here. But I don’t think that it matters whether your company is B2B or B2C when it comes to your marketing strategy. B2B and B2C both still involve people. Okay,
There’s all sorts of fun marketing campaigns your company can run or just learn about. Right now, our team has somebody mastering the intricacies of Facebook marketing and ads. There are others on the team who are becoming LinkedIn promotion
If they don’t, there’s surely no reason you should do it, right? Well, the truth is this: content marketing has been around for decades for one simple reason: Content marketing works. And people love it. And here’s why they love
It’s no secret that I love LinkedIn. Part of the reason that I love it is because it’s designed to facilitate network marketing and referrals. Why do I love networking and referrals? Well, not only is it amazing to make
Okay, so I don’t really think you should only run a marketing campaign for only a week. In fact, I think that’s an absolutely horrible idea. So a one-week marketing campaign is a bad idea? Generally speaking, yes. If you’re
Okay, so have you ever tried using Facebook ads? I’ve tried using them once or twice. I’m by no means an expert on setting them up (or analyzing them), but I have been able to see how awesome they have