Simple things can make a big difference. We are pleased to present this case study about one simple, yet impactful, change.
It’s easier to keep a customer than to gain a new one. But in our business, we often have clients that lose sight of this and focus all their efforts on new customer acquisition.
Marketing isn’t just about getting new customers. It’s also about keeping existing ones. Landing a new client is said to be five times the cost of retaining an existing client. In other words, prospecting and business development is much harder (and more expensive!) than generating repeat business.
Businesses can’t survive without selling products or services to customers. If you are like a lot of our clients, you’re also looking for opportunities to upsell.
Basketball is a team sport. You have to have all 5 players in the correct positions, playing at peak performance, to win the game.
A successful game also includes a number of assists.
You’ve heard the stat before… 65% of us are visual learners. Articles that include images receive 94% more total views. It’s a best practice to include strong visuals with your online content.
Enter the infographic.
In your day to day life, success is generally easy to measure. If you set out to lose weight, then you know how much weight you want to lose by a certain date.
Life moves fast and sometimes a good tip can create a tidal wave of creativity, new ideas, or fresh perspective.
We can all use a good tip every now and then to make our jobs easier.
Passing on a tip is a great way to share your knowledge.
“Marketing is everything a brand, business or organization does to sell its goods, services and values.” – Deborah Weinstein Marketing is better when it creates genuine connections. Every day, your business is doing everything it can to sell its products and services. And marketing is the way to make sure everything works together. What types of “marketing” you utilize should […]
In business management, the term marketing is ever-present, but do you really understand what it means?
A Google search of the term “what is marketing”, may yield more confusion than answers. A survey of your staff will likely result in many different answers.
Sometimes it’s worth a pause in our busy day-to-day to get back to the basics.
So what is the basic meaning of marketing?
Bill Belew is a content marketing, social media trainer and professional speaker. In 2013 he taught a Marketing with Social Media MBA course at a university in San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley.
He wrote about his students’ experiences with blogging at What Happens to Your Traffic When You Stop Writing at Your Blog?
As part of their class, his students each started a blog and tracked its performance using Google Analytics.
Writing a case study is a necessity if you want to instantly prove to digital visitors that your company knows what it’s doing!
That your product works.
That your service produces results.
That your clients are happy.
So, how do you do that? What are the pieces and parts of a great case study?
A significant and time-consuming part of working with a new financial client is developing their marketing strategy.
That effort is worth it though. The strategy is the all-important engine that will drive their marketing train.