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Has there ever been a product you couldn’t get enough of? Were you were blown away by its quality or the accompanying customer service? Were you so excited about it that you convinced friends to buy it? If you said ‘yes’ to any of the above, you might be a brand evangelist.
While it’s a great feeling to find a company you love, it’s equally as exciting for brands to have customers who are so taken with their products and services that they can’t help but tell the world. They’re called brand evangelists and they (or maybe it’s you) are extremely valuable.
We have an important choice to make right now. Right now, as we navigate these unknown floodwaters called “coronavirus pandemic,” we have to choose how we react. Will you be mired in fear, scarcity, and panic and make bad decisions? Or will you maintain “ruthless objectivity” and steer yourself and your loved ones into calm waters?
According to the Direct Mail Association, email marketing averages a return of $32 for every $1 invested. That’s a big deal— clearly, email is an effective marketing tactic. Capitalize on this channel with our five email marketing best practices and make your message stand out in customers’ inboxes.
If you’re not using a LinkedIn content strategy to help you expand your network and build your business, you’re missing a huge marketing opportunity (and probably working too hard to get more leads). Here’s how to use LinkedIn to get in front of your target audience and bring in more leads. These steps can apply to any content distribution channel, but here we’ll focus on LinkedIn.
While you may look at the cost of customer acquisition as the money you spent to acquire new business, there is more to it than money spent. Read on to discover the true cost of customer acquisition and three sure signs that you have the wrong customers.
This month we are focusing on construction marketing because we have noticed some opportunities that could be game-changers for companies in the residential and commercial construction fields. This includes all skilled labor trades from general contractors to electricians to plumbers to HVAC.
Small and mid-sized businesses often struggle to determine whether they should hire an outsourced marketing firm or if they should hire employees to perform it all in-house. Here are five things to consider before deciding the best route for you.
Branding has become so much of a buzzword it’s teetering on the realm of cliché. Before it goes the way of marketing jargon like “best-in-breed” and “world-class,“ let me break down what branding really is. At its core, branding is the communication of your brand’s value. That’s as simple and as complicated as it is.
Corporate content marketing solutions may sound very fancy, but it is nothing more than telling customers your story and giving them the information they need when they need it. And, hooray! In our digital age, there is no shortage of ways to tell customers your story.
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