When I started out in marketing, I worried that I wasn’t extraverted enough, wasn’t fashionable and preferred a good book over a cocktail party.
Since then, marketing has changed and the ‘nerdier’ marketers are fast becoming the rock stars due to results they derive for their clients, and the ‘fashionable’ lot are seen more as events specialists or publicists. Now, that’s a stereotype, of course, but the gist of it is that things have changed over the past three decades and what was once considered to be ‘cool’ is no longer the case.
Smart businesses know that a big part of their marketing strategy should be digital. Consumers and businesses are constantly online, with almost 8 in 10 people using social media and over a third of us checking it more than five times a day. With our brain processing an abundance of information daily, our mental filters are on overdrive. As marketers, we need to tackle the problem of how we get our posts to remain in the minds of our audience? Marketing strategy is key, however, that is easier said than done. Marketing consultants offer great insight into strategies and tools to help your business achieve a tailored solution.
Marketing Eye are looking for a Senior Marketing Executive to join our incredible Melbourne team! We are searching for a hardworking, innovative, creative thinker who has 3 years Marketing experience under their belt.
Marketing Eye is Australia’s most innovative marketing consulting firm where we like to do things a little different to everyone else. Here we have a flat organizational structure, that means – no management. Just a bunch of self-starting, job-sharing millennials that are reaching for the stars.
To find out more about what a career looks like at Marketing Eye, follow the link provided.
When a business starts a new calendar year with have a business strategy in place, supported by a sales and marketing plan - CEO's expect results.
But what if the results are not forthcoming? What if key people have read the strategy yet are not "making it happen"? As we near the end of January, many companies are realizing that targets are not being met, and while some may scratch their heads, the real leaders are taking action.