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Video marketing is a distinct niche in the content marketing world, one that seemingly requires a bunch of work and expertise to effectively pull off. The good news is that this isn’t necessarily true! No matter what your company is doing the video realm or how you feel about video in general, there’s no denying the power and impact that video marketing can have for your business. Recently, Marketing Eye engaged Robotic Marketer in a discussion on LinkedIn Live, delving into the nature of video marketing. A 2018 study from Wyzowl reports that “81% of businesses use video as a marketing tool,” which is up from 63% in 2017. Going into 2020, it’s more important than ever to integrate video into your marketing efforts.
Chatbots are here to usher in a new era of customer service! Are you ready? Customer service agents will always be needed for the human element of customer conversations, but a chatbot can greatly assist your customer service team. Customer service agents love automated services like this because it frees them up to focus on the bigger pieces of their work. It creates a win-win situation where the chances that a customer will have to call in for support are diminished while being more productive with the time of the customer service agents. Below, we have some ways that a chat could change the way your customer service operates.
Building a marketing budget is a crucial step in establishing your marketing needs. A budget may sound like a kind of “leash” at first, but really, it’s a way to plan and strategise financially. A comprehensive, solid marketing budget will be able to equip your team to establish and accomplish the goals you set. Below, we have some things to consider while you are building your next marketing budget.
Customer service is often the dividing line between what makes a company work and what doesn’t. But what exactly is good customer service? Consider your interactions with employees at hotels or restaurants. When we have a bad experience at these establishments, it’s unlikely we will frequent them again. You never want to lose customers based on your customer service, so build teams that are ready to serve your customers and provide an experience that will keep them coming back. Below, we have some basic elements of customer service you should consider when you build your team.
Email marketing is an effective way of keeping your audience informed on your product and it provides them with a line of communication straight to you. But consider how many emails you get on a day-to-day basis. What do these look like? How many do you read? To get better subscribers and more loyal readers, it’s important to have a strong email design. Below, we have six basic email design elements that will make your emails easier to read and look better.
As this year draws slowly to a close, you should start to set your vision for 2020! Each year brings in new techniques, new technologies and new problems to be solved. It’s a marketer’s job to stay ahead of the curve and anticipate the forthcoming problems your company needs to be solved. Set yourself up for success with a clear vision for how you are going to overcome your obstacles and achieve your marketing goals for the future. Below, we have four elements to add to your marketing strategy for 2020.
Advertising in this era of cut-throat competition requires a good investment. So, when you invest a significant amount into an advertising campaign, you’d naturally expect great returns out of it. You need to make sure that you are investing in the right type of marketing plan. It will take a while for you to decide the best marketing strategy for your brand. The best way to figure out what will work for your brand is to know about the prevailing marketing tactics.
Today, September 27, 2019, everyone’s favourite search engine turned 21 years old. What began as a merely an idea, a paper published by Stanford PhD students Sergey Brin and Larry Page called “The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine”, has become a multibillion-dollar company and the most popular search engine by a wide margin. Not only is it a search engine, but Google has its own browser with its very own suite of services like Gmail, Google Docs, Sheets and cloud storage with Google Drive. In a matter of merely 21 years, Google has become the primary way that people search the internet. How did this happen? Now that Google is of legal drinking age in the US, let’s take a look at how they got where they are today.