Before (and after) joining the seedy world of business ownership I managed remote marketing specialists of one kind or another. I like remote workers because they offer a boundary-less talent pool and shorten recruitment time.
Buyers of marketing automation systems look for 3 key features according to a recent report by Software Advice. Those features are Lead Nurturing, Reporting & Analytics and Lead Scoring.
While these great, buzzword-y features grab a lion share of votes, they don’t mean much without the most unsexy and overlooked marketing automation feature of them all.
For marketers, there really isn’t a more important exercise than creating buyer personas. Buyer personas help create marketing campaigns that are more targeted and relevant for potential customers. A good collection of buyer personas can keep campaigns focused and help produce better lead-generating content. In short, buyer personas are awesome.
Designers and developers of websites have a treasure trove of tools to pick from. With the web moving at a breakneck pace (responsive design, CSS pre-processors, post-processors and more) it can be a challenge to keep up with what’s new and useful.
A few weeks ago while thinking about the weekend, I had the urge to find an online teleprompter. Why? Well, I had been putting together short scripts for videos and presentations and it was time to start recording. After doing a quick search and being underwhelmed, I began thinking about what I’d want and need in an online teleprompter.
To say there are a lot of tech options for marketers these days is a gross understatement. Uncovering solutions your team needs can be daunting and making the wrong decisions can lead to frustration and utter madness. So, how can you make sense of marketing tech?
Time was picking keywords for SEO was a fairly straightforward task. You’d identify what you did, you’d figure out what terms searchers used to find your service, then you’d pepper those terms throughout your site. Times they are a changin’.
Way back in 2012 a group of intrepid marketers got together to forge the agile marketing manifesto. Is that a little too dramatic? In all seriousness, agile marketing was bred in organizations (mostly SaaS companies) where agile was being used for development. A few observant marketers noticed that development and marketing basically did the same […]
As the fastest growing tech job market in the country, St. Louis has a lot to offer: Source: Dice Cost of Living Venture Capitalists Tech Investors Grants Accelerators Networking Cheap Rent Entrepreneurial Spirit Success Stories It’s Just Plain Awesome Cost of Living: St. Louis has consistently been ranked as one of the most affordable cities […]
Emails should be focused on a desired outcome vs cluttered with things that will get in the way of a prospect’s decision.