Marketing Eye Magazine

Marketing Eye Magazine

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Marketing Eye is a marketing consulting firm present across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, that is proud to showcase our own magazine. Magazine has more than 20 entrepreneurial stories in the digital marketing space in each issue from around the globe. From billionaires to startups, the stories give you an in-depth account of how these entrepreneurs have be brave and bold enough to be successful. We cover what makes an entrepreneur who they are, what they do differently, and how they have paved their way in a highly competitive market place.

Marketing

Find out the latest in marketing techniques, digital marketing strategies, case studies and technologies in Marketing Eye Magazine. Read about marketing leaders, innovators, and integrated marketing campaigns that will change the way you think about that next marketing strategy you write. We also cover marketing conferences around the world as media partners, writing about thought leaders and must-go-to marketing conferences.

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Entrepreneurs love to travel and experience new things. If you have a travel destination, resort, health retreat, spiritual camp or anything that you believe will help entrepreneurs become more successful, then please share. Also, entrepreneurs love the latest gadgets, man-bags, computers, and accessories. Do you have something new and exciting that entrepreneurs should be buying?

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Marketing Eye Magazine provides stories on entrepreneurs and the latest in marketing. Featuring everyone from Bill Gates and Ashton Kutcher, to newly launched brands and celebrities who have successfully transitioned from television to business.

The 84 page glossy magazine is delivered directly to entrepreneurs, Managing Directors, CEOs, Marketing Managers and Senior Managers with an income predominantly over $100,000 p.a. As a highly valued client, we want to give you a voice. 

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How Much Does a Marketing Manager Get Paid?

How Much Does a Marketing Manager Get Paid?

Marketing is an ever-changing, ever-developing industry, with new channels appearing and new ways to market your brand cropping up all the time. Because of the industry’s rapidly evolving nature, marketing teams and departments need someone who can right the ship, keep everyone on track and execute the business’s marketing strategy. They need a marketing manager.

The best go-to-market strategy examples

The best go-to-market strategy examples

Go-to-market strategies that are well thought through, strategic by nature and research backed have a higher likelihood of success than those that rely on adhoc marketing tactics or old methodologies. Having a good example of a go to market strategy will ensure that you learn from other companies successes and failures, while endeavouring to develop a go-to-market strategy that is aligned to your product launch goals.
Why Marketing and Storytelling Go Hand-In-Hand

Why Marketing and Storytelling Go Hand-In-Hand

For centuries, storytelling has been an integral part of sharing experiences, teaching, learning about history and executing a type of message. Converging with a story is the foundation of connecting with others. It is unsurprising how successful stories can create a memorable impact and help share key messages which is why many businesses couple marketing and storytelling.

How to set marketing goals and keep them

How to set marketing goals and keep them

There is not a business on the planet that hasn't thought about setting marketing goals for 2021, and at least given thought to how they are going to keep them. Most companies spend November and December bringing together key stakeholders in a business to discuss the next years business, sales and marketing goals. They do this in the form of a series of workshops, and what's really great about this, is even if you have a small business, a mini-workshop is invaluable for brainstorming how your business can do better in the year ahead.