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Monday, 19 October 2020 08:52

My biggest leadership fail

On January 7 this year, I opened by diary for the first time in 2020. It was a remarkable moment, one that was so full of promise. Like any entrepreneur on the rise (or at least I thought that was to be the case), I had written down the goals I had set out for the year ahead in my diary in December. 

Published in Entrepreneurship
There is this notion that marketing consultants should know it all. They are after all qualified in marketing and are employed to steer a company or brand with their knowledge and expertise. Sitting in my office in South Yarra, Melbourne, I am reminded at just how much experience is in the room, but while we are all skilled at what we do, we learn every single day something new. Our industry is evolving, growing, changing, adapting and being disrupted through technology and innovation.
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 07 October 2020 14:18

Is your recruitment strategy the best one?

It's been an incredibly hard six months, I'm not going to lie.  At first, I was in denial, then it hit me hard. Then I bounced back only to be hit even harder. 

But I am not alone. 
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 30 September 2020 09:14

Six Tips for Getting Backlinks

For most search engines, backlinks are the ultimate ranking factor. Traffic to your site is directly related to the quality of the backlinks your website has. Ultimately the greater number of authoritative websites that link to you, the better rankings and traffic you’ll get. It’s always important to remember the power of Google rankings. When you surf the web, Google analyses your websites backlinks to understand how your pages are connected to one another and in what way.

Published in Marketing
Friday, 25 September 2020 16:59

Stacey Moran Campaign

Stacey Moran is a homeware buying and product management specialist, mother and Stonnington local who ran for local council election for Stonnington Council’s South Ward in October 2020. Stacey is a strong advocate for decreasing housing rates, quick and transparent local government responses, better park maintenance and reviving Chapel Street.

Marketing Eye was able to introduce Stacey’s vision to the Stonnington community by creating and executing a customised marketing strategy. Our expert marketing consultants were able to create a fully functional SEO-optimised website and signage to put a face on the Stacey Moran brand. We were also able to host virtual events in light of COVID-19 to solidify Stacey’s presence as a credible candidate.

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Published in Portfolio
Tuesday, 08 September 2020 07:36

Marketing's new norm is very competitive

Over the past 6 months or so it has become abundantly clear that the way we do business has to change, and alongside that, how we connect with customers and prospects. There is a new marketing norm that has thrown everything we have been taught previously out the window, and many businesses and marketers are scrambling to get a grasp of what to do next.

Next looks something like this.
Published in Marketing
With the recent lockdown in Melbourne, our Marketing Eye office has utilised the time to do an office renovation. There have been many reasons for this, but mostly because no-one is in the office for 6 entire weeks and it is the perfect opportunity to not only rethink our business but also the environment where we work.
Published in Culture

Whether you are a start-up that didn't get off the ground due to COVID, a small business, or a large corporation, you are faced with uncertain times and a very volatile marketplace which means that your online performance and in particular your digital marketing strategy may not be working quite as effectively as it should.

Published in Marketing

COVID-19 had brought with it a storm of changes that individuals and businesses must rapidly adapt to. If you are a company, this will mean being proactive in terms of modifying and adapting your marketing strategy to the ever-changing ‘new normal’. So, what are some steps you can take to ensure that your business continues to thrive in this turbulent environment?

Lockwood Partners and Provide Group are a collection of accounting, financial advisory and insurance firms servicing clients across the Echuca Moama region in Northern Victoria.

The company is reputable for building strong client relationships and delivering unparalleled accounting and tax advisory services for individuals and businesses. With the alliance and development of the four Provide Group divisions, the firms were able to provide excellent service across a variety of related expertise.

Lockwood Partners and Provide Group have had a long-standing working relationship with Marketing Eye. Marketing Eye managed branding and communication strategies for the development of the Provide Group. This involved logo designs, a brand-new website and an integrated marketing campaign. Lockwood Partners’ and Provide Group’s marketing had to reflect the professional nature of their work to maintain the brand’s reputation.

With comprehensive research, coupled with a personal touch, Marketing Eye’s myriad of marketing efforts has contributed to their prolific and sustained success in their markets. 

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