It’s as certain as death or taxes. The inevitable fact for every CEO or HR manager is that they have made or will make a bad hiring decision at some point during their career.
In a world saturated with mass advertising, it’s hard to stand out amongst the crowd. Everywhere you look you are met with out-of-home displays, television advertisements, social media promotions – it is integrated in our every-day life! As a consumer, it’s also sometime difficult to recognise and digest every marketing attempt and therefore only the ones that stand out are absorbed.
If you are struggling to make your mark in your respective industry and are looking for some helpful tips to outshine the competition, have a read of my following 5 suggestions.
The reality of a post pandemic world is that life as we know it has transformed, from manufacturing supply-demand crunches to the restrictions on shopping, businesses have had to adapt to an uncertain environment at lightning speed in order to survive in this Brave New World.
Marketing strategies are bland and not generating a satisfactory ROI? We hear you. Have a read on what we believe are 10 initiatives that will provide results.
Given the extent to which use of platforms like TikTok and Instagram Reels skyrocketed in 2020, social media will undoubtedly continue to play a significant role in digital marketing in 2021. In the last year alone, the social media landscape has necessarily adapted to accommodate the disruptions and social movements of 2020.
As we move into the year of 2021, it’s time to ensure that you have all the insights to allow your business every opportunity to succeed. Marketing can be hard with so many moving parts and it is vital to get it right, so you can move in a positive direction. To help your business, here is a list of the top tips for B2B Marketing for 2021.
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.