The remote work environment has affected audience behavior. It’s up to marketers to meet customers where they are at. Businesses must prioritize the expectations of the customer through a balanced approach to address the hybrid world.
Like so many people, I love history. It gives me particular satisfaction when I can put a historical perspective on something personal or professional. People often talk about content marketing like it is something new in a marketer’s toolbox. In reality, brands have been telling their stories for hundreds of years. In 1732, Benjamin Franklin published the yearly Poor Richard’s Almanack to promote his printing business. Charles Scribner’s Sons began publishing Scribner’s Magazine in...
Blogs are an effective way to exhibit your expertise on the subject matter of interest to your audience. As professionals, all of us have much to share. Avoid these pitfalls and your readers will look forward to your next blog.
Whether you are a solopreneur, a small business or middle-market enterprise, the last thing you want to do is be invisible. Why? Your clients may think that you are out of business or not interested in doing business with them.
Have you ever heard the phrase “It’s not about you”? Well it’s truer now than ever during the pandemic.
Whether your customers are consumers or businesses, the pandemic has changed the marketing landscape. The overall approach of marketing messaging has changed to a softer tone and stronger focus on value. Businesses are more generous with information that is helpful to their audience and less on promotional content.
Be proactive during uncertain economic conditions. Use this time to revisit your marketing plan. Optimistic marketers and visionary business leaders can prosper through downturns, not only growing their companies, but also seizing new market share.