You guys. We’ve made it. We’re entering 2021 and finally saying goodbye to 2020. The year that brought us so many ~unprecedented~ times. We’ve experienced an actual pandemic, a turbulent election, the rise of TikTok, and so much more. Let’s take a moment to appreciate all we’ve been through together.
In order to survive and grow, your business needs customers. In order to get customers, you need to promote your business. In the good old days, this was a matter of deciding between a flyer, a brochure, a postcard, or an ad in the local newspaper. But in today’s digital
Webinars are an effective and important part of any B2B business’ marketing strategy: Approximately 20-40% of attendees are qualified leads and 2-5% will likely convert. But effective webinars can take weeks of planning and coordination and can be overwhelming to execute. Webinar hosting platforms can assist in the production of
Coming up with a new product or service is a lot of work, which unfortunately does not stop once it’s ready—launching and promoting it is the other half of the equation. You could be offering the best new product or service around, but if you don’t promote it properly, you’re
Maybe you used to buy it in the seedy parking lot behind Gold’s Gym and smoke it out of an apple in your friend’s Impreza blowing through 99-cent cans of Arizona Iced Tea and those extra spicy Doritos while a crooning Robert Plant penetrated your earholes? Things have changed. Now,
A wise man once said, “It doesn’t get more metal than email marketing,” and he is still right. Email marketing is a great, low-cost method to drive engagement and conversions. In fact, it is almost always the marketing channel with the lowest cost per conversion since it sits at the
Google may have recently announced a sweet new climate preservation tool, but it has no similar intention of saving the News Feed. The News Feed isn’t really going away. Not yet. But there is a disconcerting trend in play if you’re a News Feed fan. You might have heard Chris Cox