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Marketing Eye Blog Archive from April 2015 - page 2

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Right now Marketing Eye has such an amazing team. I don't say that lightly, as to be frank, this has not always been the case. We are growing exponentially with more leads than one can handle, and as such have not one, but nine positions available.
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Thursday, 09 April 2015 15:45

Are you a social media expert?

What was once a hobby can now be a lucrative career, as social media becomes a unique branch within a company’s communications department.

If you don’t believe me check out all the ads for social media experts that now pervade seek.com.au. They are many and varied and companies will pay six figures for the right person.
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Analyst group Merrill Lynch recently found that spending among women in the US is a staggering $5 trillion dollars a year.

Just as important, is that whilst women determine their own spending habits, they also influence men's spending habits.
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Tuesday, 07 April 2015 17:13

The top traits of an inside sales rep

As the inside sales force gains traction around the world, it is imperative that all businesses adopt the trend. This means you need a good inside sales role model to take the reins and drive your business forward.

Marketing Eye looks at the top traits of successful inside sales reps (or ISRs of you are into the whole abbreviation thing).
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I am not a storyteller, not in the sense that I can engage a crowd verbally; have them hanging off my every word through great wit and charm. I am no Gatsby and certainly not great. I have friends who hold the floor when they speak – command it in fact – but that is not in my nature to do so. I like to listen so I can come back to my desk and write about what I have heard.

That is not to say that I don’t do public speaking, I am quite reasonable when I am on topic, but I am a storyteller in a different sense, more hack than raconteur and certainly no Peter Ustinov – the greatest raconteur that ever lived. Author John Green (The Fault in our Stars) says it best about many writers, “Writing is something you do alone. Its a profession for introverts who want to tell you a story but don't want to make eye contact while doing it."
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I must confess, I am a slow adopter of Instagram. It's not because I didn't believe that it is a good marketing medium or any less of a social media must-have than Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook - but due to the fact that there is only so many applications a person can learn well before you have a major overload and start becoming ineffective.

My business does a little B2C but to be totally honest, we are more B2B marketers than B2C.

Instagram has more than 75 million daily users, and accounts for more than 13% of all internet users. So, why did it take so long to adopt this powerful marketing medium? The truth is that many marketers are slow and lazy for that matter, and have not adopted this medium as fast as they should have and are now failing to provide clients with the right marketing mix to powerfully promote their products and services.
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Ah, the cruelty of writer’s block. It plagues authors and content writers, especially when the constancy of engaging, educating and entertaining readers seems too much to bear. Coming up with new ideas on an ongoing basis can be quite the challenge.

Finding inspiration is also a challenge. The first few blogs may seem easy, but what happens when it feels like you have covered every topic? How do you take a fresh approach and avoid the ‘white page syndrome’ – staring blankly at a page for hours on end, creating further pressure to perform.

If you want to make the most of your blogging, come up with regular ideas and get the best out of your content strategy, read on.
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