5 Reasons Why Your Small Business Should Have a Website

Posted by Emily Watson on Oct 9, 2018 7:55:00 AM

There are countless reasons why small business owners should consider having a website for their company. A website is essentially the phone book of 2018. It’s a place where people find out more information about a company and what they offer. Consumers expect companies to have a website when they search the web, and often don’t consider a company credible if they don’t. Owning a space on the web is a great way to help grow your brand. Check out these 5 reasons you should consider having a website for your business:

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Topics: Marketing Tactics, Marketing Technology, Search Engine Optimization, Small Businesses, Website Strategy, Lead Generation, Brand Awareness, Marketing Fails, Manufacturing Industry

What Is Snapchat And Why Is It So Popular?

Posted by Emily Watson on Sep 26, 2018 10:10:00 AM

You’ve probably heard a lot of talk about Snapchat lately, a very popular app among millennials. Sixty percent of all smartphone users are now on Snapchat and over 10 billion videos are viewed per day on the app. Impressive, huh? So, what exactly is Snapchat and why has it grown to be one of the most downloaded and used apps of 2018?

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Topics: Marketing Tactics, Marketing Technology, Key Trends, Small Businesses, Social Media Tactics, Brand Awareness

Getting Started with Facebook for Your Business

Posted by Josh Sherretts on Apr 8, 2018 5:02:00 PM

 

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Topics: Marketing Tactics, Measuring Marketing, Marketing Technology, Small Businesses, Social Media Tactics, Brand Awareness

Marketing ROI: Return on Information

Posted by Ron Mattocks on Aug 15, 2017 9:47:19 AM

A while back I heard an interesting take on the true meaning of the Information Age. The premise of the speaker’s argument was that we shouldn’t think of it as the Information Age because there is so much information at our disposal, but instead it’s because we have the ability to pull from that sea of facts and figures only the information relevant to what we are looking for.

This idea is particularly applicable when it comes to Big Data, and for marketers there has been an explosion in the volume, variety, and velocity of data we can access. For companies, like Amazon, that can harness this information and act upon it, they have the upper hand while the rest are left floundering in it.

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Topics: Marketing Tactics, Measuring Marketing, Return on Investment, Marketing Technology, Strategic Planning, Marketing Budgets, Industrial Marketing, Lead Generation, Marketing Operations

Technology Won't Fix Alignment of Your Sales and Marketing

Posted by Ron Mattocks on Aug 11, 2017 10:13:38 AM

In another lifetime while managing the purchasing department at a large home-building company I inherited the task of overseeing the implementation of an online software program that construction managers in the field were to use in scheduling and paying vendors. For 2003 such an application of technology in an industry that’s a slow adopter anyway was considered radical. In theory the software claimed it would reduce build-time and issue checks faster. Reality, however, was another matter. Remember I said I inherited this project. The guy before me was let go, so no pressure.

Naturally the grizzled construction managers who relied on phones and faxes to get homes built blamed the technology. It was too impractical and full of glitches. The contractors were equally distrustful. For them the software doubled scheduled their crews and issued the wrong payment amounts. Since this initiative was dictated by corporate, pulling the plug was not an option, and thus, getting to the root of things fell to me. After digging into the matter I soon discovered that the problem was us and had nothing to do with the software whatsoever.

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Topics: Measuring Marketing, Marketing Technology, Sales Pipeline Growth, Sales Alignment, Strategic Planning, Industrial Marketing, Lead Generation, Marketing Operations, Marketing Fails

 

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