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What’s the Meta-verse?

In-case you haven’t been paying attention to the latest upcoming changes of the internet – let me explain. Facebook is changing its company name to “Meta”. This rebranding aims to reflect the company’s new concept of a “metaverse” which Mark Zuckerberg promises will be a world as “detailed and convincing as this one [Earth]”. Whether Zuckerberg is successful in pulling off what might be the most ambitious and “next biggest chapter” of the internet is for another blog... but what this uprooting of the Facebook we all know and love - can mean for your marketing team needs to be foreseen and accounted for.

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As digital technology continues to transform the ways in which industries work globally, we must keep up with the emerging trends. Professional Services are no exception to this. As an industry that has traditionally flourished off old fashioned marketing techniques such as: Relationship Marketing, Traditional Marketing Channels and Telemarketing, these firms have been forced to modify their marketing schemes to fit the more effective and modern marketing techniques. In the ever expanding digital world, having an effective digital strategy will not only establish your firm in the competitive online landscape, but also allows you to build a strong impression and relationship with prospective customers and clients. 

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As I come to the end of my internship with Marketing Eye at their Melbourne office, I’ve finally been able to take the time and reflect on the skills that I have obtained and the knowledge I have gathered along the way. As a university student in their penultimate year, I was faced with the decision of what career I wanted to do once I graduated.

Marketing has always been a passion and interest of mine and I was so excited when I saw an internship opportunity available at Marketing Eye. The application process was very straightforward and I was invited to join the team for a few months after a phone interview with one of the marketing specialists. I will never be happier with my decision to intern at Marketing Eye as the experience I’ve obtained will enable me to approach future jobs with not only more confidence but more ability as well.

Published in Culture

LinkedIn has become a powerful tool that plays a critical role in connecting professionals and organisations across the world to make them more productive and successful. For financial services firms, the platform offers an opportunity to optimise their firm, grow their network and generate leads amongst new audiences. And yet, many financial services firms struggle to leverage their talent, their platform and their network to increase brand awareness and generate qualified leads. So how should financial services firms use LinkedIn?

Here are the four key ways that financial services firms should be using LinkedIn to their greatest benefit.

Published in Marketing

There are no two ways about it. Email marketing is one of the most popular, cost-effective and highest performing marketing channels currently available. A recent eMarketer study shows that the average ROI of email marketing is 122%. The ROI of email marketing is approximately four times higher than its next closest competitor. Every study shows us that email marketing is performing well and looks to remain the case for years to come.

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Thursday, 07 October 2021

What Does A Marketing Consultant Do?

While a marketing consultant is not essential to the success of your business, employing one with industry experience will certainly help to streamline a company's marketing efforts. Employed as an external advisor, a marketing consultant will bring their expertise to your business to plan and execute proven marketing strategies. A consultant understands the customer's unique needs, analyses market insights, processes and issues. All this garnered information is combined with their knowledge to suggest and apply solutions that will improve your company's marketing efforts. 

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My Experience as an Intern at Marketing Eye

Becoming an intern was not something I was really planning on this year. A class at university assigned us the task of creating a fake application for a role. An internship at Marketing Eye appealed to me, so before submitting the hypothetical assignment I was sure to put in my resume for real: and how incredibly grateful I am for doing so!
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With COVID-19 and the rise of e-commerce, people are spending more time on their smartphones than ever before, meaning that optimising your content for mobile just became essential. In fact, recent statistics indicate that 67% of consumers engage in “digital window shopping” on their mobile, of which 77% lead to making purchasing decisions. These statistics combined give insight into changing consumer trends that help illuminate the need for businesses need to make their web content optimised for mobile devices.

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Marketing is constantly changing. It's vital for your company to stay updated with industry advances. Keeping an eye on marketing data is an efficient method to stay relevant and up to date with the newest marketing trends, while keeping your sales pipeline healthy and your brand within the consideration set of your customers. To help you connect with your consumers, reach your target audience, and enhance conversions, we've provided our list of the most topical marketing statistics for 2021, whether you're focused on SEO, content marketing, social media, lead generation, advertising, or marketing technology.

Learn our top 21 stats for 2021.

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It is no secret that the rise of social media has taken a toll on traditional marketing as the source of communication to consumers. Marketers, content creators and users are finding it hard to keep up with the continuous flux in trends, updates and algorithms. In order to be seen and heard by your customers, you need to be consistent, informative and engaging.

It goes without saying that the content that is produced should reflect your brand's image and values. Having a consistent and strategised content cadence will drive your brand to success.

The term ‘content cadence’ may be foreign to some; however, it should not be overlooked as it holds a lot of value to social media marketing. So, what is content cadence? In simple terms, cadence is the pattern of how you present your content. A cadence is useful in targeting the who, what, when and where of your content to make sure you’re targeting consumers at the right stage of the buying cycle. This social media growth strategy is so important because it outlines the key way your consumers connect with your organisation while you tell your story, vision and purpose, at the right stage of the customer journey.

To increase your brand awareness, here are 3 tips to optimise your social media content cadence:

Published in Social Media
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