Bob Van Rossum — March 1, 2018 Follow @BobVR — March 1, 2018 Marketing headhunters know the job search process is no easy feat. And knowing that one single document could determine the next stop on your journey in becoming a marketing executive is a bit nerve-racking. The days when recruiters took their time to … Continue reading 5 Questions Your Marketing Resume Must Answer to Make a Good (And Lasting) First Impression
Anuj Agrawal, CMO for Earth Networks, will be a panelist for the “From Prospect to Reference Customer: Maximize Lifetime Value with Martech” session at MarTech Boston. Amy Gesenhues on September 1, 2017 Earth Networks CMO Anuj Agrawal has more than a decade leading marketing strategy for B2B data and organizations focused on SaaS (software … Continue reading Earth Networks CMO says martech delivers a lasting first impression within the prospect experience
Bobby Kittredge — August 1, 2017 — August 1, 2017 Everybody wants their piece of the pie. That mantra holds up whether we’re talking about dessert or the AdWords auction. When it comes to the AdWords version of this proverb, the “pie” is the total amount of search queries where an advertiser wants to show … Continue reading How to Get Your Piece of the Search Impression Share Pie
Study: Most Consumers Served No More Than One Viewable Impression During A Campaign by Tobi Elkin @tobielkin, March 29, 2017 The issues of transparency, trust, and brand safety — and, by extension, viewability — are now at the forefront for marketers. And research findings reveal that a majority of consumers — 70% to 85% — … Continue reading Study: Most Consumers Served No More Than One Viewable Impression During A Campaign
Brian Zuercher — January 26, 2017 Follow @bzuerche— January 26, 2017 Building trust with your audience What do you remember about the last piece of advertising you saw? Do you even remember it? Do you know how many millions of impressions it earned? Most advertising doesn’t inform, let alone impress, anyone. Maybe we should rethink … Continue reading Making an Impression Not Impressions
Impression share may not be the ultimate measure of paid search success, but columnist Jacob Baadsgaard shows how tracking this metric can lead to paid search improvements that can really boost your bottom line. Jacob Baadsgaard on January 9, 2017 Impression share is an interesting paid search metric. On the surface, you could argue … Continue reading Are your paid search ads making the right impression?
by Personal Branding BlogOctober 19, 2016 Your email appearance is truly your first impression, and your first impression always counts. Remember, every email address is a person with a circle of influence they could refer you to or deter you from. Failing in our digital communication ca detrimental to your small business as a whole … Continue reading Your Email Appearance is Your First Impression
by Teresa Slider April 4, 2016April 4, 2016 This may sound overly simple, but when planning a new website for your professional services firm be sure you think about the humans who will be reading it—especially if you are a technology firm. We regularly interview leaders of successful professional services firms to learn about their … Continue reading Website Planning for a Fantastic First Impression and Increased Engagement
by Sahail Ashraf February 4, 2016 Follow @TalcontentFebruary 4, 2016 Facebook has been adored by brands for years now, and there is a good reason for this. It can bring in massive engagement and introduce your brand to new customers and clients. With Facebook being the incredibly huge, swaggering social media behemoth (but with a … Continue reading How To Make A Killer First Impression On Your Facebook Page
Virginia FrancoOctober 2, 2015 A great resume is a key first step toward that next critical step – getting an interview. Just as your choice of wardrobe is important to face-to-face interview success, the contact section at the top is your resume’s chance to make a great first impression. While details like your name, address … Continue reading The Power of a Great First Impression – Does Your Resume’s Contact Information Help or Hurt?