Blog Banner June

Marketing blog articles - page 11 - Outsourced Marketing Blog

Marketing

Over the past few months, Marketing Eye has hosted hundreds of marketing workshops. There have been many reasons for that, but mostly, companies are keen to start 2019 off strong. To do that, they need to get all of their key people in one room (or on one call) and go through their business objectives, sales goals and marketing activities for the year ahead.
Read more...
Imagine your sales team sitting in your office discussing the reasons why they didn't make the sales projections for the last quarter. They talk about how hard they have worked, and that they think it is either bad time of year, or something has changed in the market. Furthermore, they say to you that they think your marketing is either not effective or worse, non-existent.
Read more...
Running highly successful, productive, functioning marketing departments is a challenge at the best of times. Return on investment is always at the back of any competent marketing manager or CMO, and steering all marketing efforts to ensure that not only is the brand being promoted and gaining market share, but it shows up on the balance sheet, is a scorecard that no-one can ignore.
Read more...

When I first developed Robotic Marketer I knew that I had to connect to a very large audience. No technology can be powerful without valuable feedback. Every piece of feedback, good and bad, helps developers fine-tune their technology to provide a better solution for the end customer.

Read more...
We are in a hiring phase with our company Marketing Eye and right now I am in Sydney hiring a number of new marketing staff. We are looking for people who can take the business to the next level and are able to fast and efficiently learn how we do business, why we do business and the many things that make up a great marketing resource.
Read more...
Earlier this year I had the privilege of having a young marketer apply for an internship with Marketing Eye in Sydney. When she walked in the door, other than the fact that she has the stature of a supermodel, I did what I always do when I am around and someone new walks in - I introduced myself.
Read more...
When it comes to employee appraisals, it is important for the appraisee to look at industry standards, benchmarking and peer group feedback. It's not just managers that know what is happening on the floor and numbers are can never truly reflect an employees contribution to an organisation.
Read more...
Every marketer has tricks up their sleeve. If they didn't, they are not trying hard enough. Having been a marketing consultant for many years, I have had the pleasure of rolling up my sleeve and showing the world (well, mostly people in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney) how they too can use some of the tricks of the trade to accelerate their marketing reach.
Read more...
If you are time poor just like me, then where you spend your time obtaining information that helps your career or business is critically important. Time is money and if a blog fails to meet your expectations, chances are that it won't get a second sighting.
Read more...
There are many challenges fast growing companies have, and at the forefront it tends to be not only how they market their company, but how they are able to optimise their marketing potential at an accelerated rate to achieve more successful outcomes.
Read more...