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How to Use Email Marketing to Build Brand Awareness
Employing an effective email marketing strategy is an essential tool for building up brand awareness. Many online businesses tend to view email marketing solely in terms of sales. However, building strong relationships with an email list is one of the best marketing strategies for increasing sales performance and strengthening the position of a company. When […]
10 Offline Marketing Tips to Boost Your Online Brand
Just because the world wide web has become a place where brands get a chance at massive growth doesn’t mean offline strategies no longer work. In fact, learning how to effectively market your business to regular passersby or people not hooked to their mobile devices helps you maximize your efforts. There are still customers who […]
10 Brilliant Offline Marketing Ideas to Boost Your Website Traffic
What’s the first thing you think of when it comes to boosting the website traffic? Social media marketing, for sure. SEO, too. Whenever you’re trying to make your website more popular, online marketing is the natural response. Is it the only available alternative? No. In fact, online marketing might not be enough. The most common […]
How to Optimize Your Event Marketing Campaigns: Before, During and After Events
Frost and Sullivan report that the live events industry is worth around $512 billion. Alon Alroy, CMO of Bizzabo, explains how event marketers can measure and optimize their event marketing campaigns before during and after the event process. In an increasingly digital world, companies like Salesforce, Hubspot, and Airbnb are finding that live in-person events […]
Marketing Materials – The First Rung on the Sales Ladder
There can be a lot of motives when it comes to marketing. Some campaigns are created to increase brand awareness. Some are created to generate leads. And some are created to generate direct sales. Despite the original motive of the marketing campaign, in the long run, there is only one end game — more conversions. […]
5 Reasons for Replacing Intuition with Data in Marketing
Is marketing an art or science? Less than five years ago most CEOs would have classified marketing as a creative industry, requiring intuition, imagination, and talent, just 5% would have mentioned big data as the core of their success. These statistics are rapidly changing in favor of a data-driven approach, showing that over 60% of […]

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5 Copywriting Tips That Will Explode Your Sales
Regardless of size and stature, all businesses have one thing in common: they all rely on words to sell. No matter what your product or service is (or how good it is), you’ll need to communicate the value of what you’re selling effectively if you are to make money. Ultimately, that’s never going to change […]
How can Visual Search Change SEO for E-Commerce?
The visuals of a website attract more users than a mere text. A web page that is facilitated with images, videos and infographic earn 94% more views than the one having a bulk of the textual content. The more the people are engaged in your eCommerce business, the more they place orders, and the more […]
How to Measure the ROI of Your Content Marketing Efforts – a Step-by-Step Guide
With as many as 76% of marketers planning to produce more content in 2017, it becomes critical to weigh the performance of content campaigns against goals. Sadly, most marketers see this as a challenge. 57% marketers state measuring the effectiveness of their content as one of their top 5 content-related challenges. To overcome this, it […]
Optimizing Marketing Resources – What to Automate and What Your Team Needs to Handle
When you work in a small marketing department with a shoestring budget, you’re often faced with the dilemma of paying for automation or investing hours in managing the work internally. Through my years in various marketing roles, I’ve gotten lucky and also learned the hard way about which processes should and should not be automated. […]