Stacy Lee April 2, 2021 We talked about company diversity in the previous article. Now, we’re discussing how placing the right cultural fit in the workplace could be the missing puzzle to your recruitment system. Wait… there’s a difference between company diversity and cultural fit? Definitely! However, it’s not completely different as the two go … Continue reading The Missing Puzzle to the Recruitment System: Placing the Right Cultural Fit in the Workplace
Angela Hausman, PhD March 30, 2021 People often think of marketing as advertising. Period. Well, that’s not even half true. In fact, marketing is a whole lot more than just advertising. Marketing involves the four Ps: product, price, promotion, and place (distribution). Newer concepts of marketing include people as a 5th P or even a … Continue reading How to Hire the Right People: 4 Tips to Improve Recruitment
Nicole Blanckenberg March 15, 2021 There are three key reasons why it may be time to say goodbye to inactive subscribers: Decreased ROAS: The bigger your email marketing list is, the higher your email marketing platform costs will be. Higher costs, combined with reduced engagement, mean reduced ROAS. Decreased deliverability: The more inactive email subscribers … Continue reading How to Say Goodbye to Old Unengaged Subscribers the Right Way
Laura Patterson March 3, 2021 The purpose of every marketing effort, whether delivered via email, a landing page, social media, or a digital ad, etc., is to motivate the recipient to take a real next step in their buying journey. We contend that CTA (call-to-action) conversion rates serve as a measure for bridging output and … Continue reading Make Sure CTA Measures Are on the Right Place on Your Dashboard
Kristin Grages March 2, 2021 The idea of revenue operations (RevOps) continues to gain mindshare among B2B and B2C leaders. How could it not, with its lofty goals of efficiency, alignment, and success? The idea is a simple one: Combine the efforts of sales, marketing, and customer service to maximize revenue opportunities across the customer’s … Continue reading Building the Right Tech Stack to Support your Revenue Operations Goals
Sarah Bricker Hunt February 24, 2021 Are you thinking about expanding your social media marketing efforts to the world of TikTok? If so, you couldn’t have picked a better time. This social network only launched a few years ago, but it hit the ground running. Despite its impressive growth, however, the advertising and marketing landscape … Continue reading Is TikTok Marketing Right for Your Brand?
Anthony Gaenzle February 24, 2021 Building backlinks is one of the most effective tactics your business can use to boost your website’s presence. The more backlinks you acquire from relevant, high-quality websites pointing back to your website, the greater the signal to Google and other search engines that your site offers quality info to visitors. … Continue reading How to Do Guest Posting the Right Way to Enhance Your SEO
Dan Fries February 9, 2021 As little as three years ago, the term “tick tock” simply conjured the sound of analog chronometers. But today, the term refers to a platform and a digital medium driving several of the hottest cultural trends. Now that same sound is marking off precious seconds for businesses to seize a … Continue reading Is TikTok Marketing Right for Your Business?
Steve DiGioia January 28, 2021 (January 29, 2021) my wife and I did a little shopping after work and stopped into our local Eddie Bauer clothing store. We were greeted by a mature woman with the biggest smile who showed a sincere interest in helping me find the exact pair of pants I wanted. With … Continue reading Sometimes You Get the Hiring Right
Steven Imke January 26, 2021 In business as in politics, people are too often looking for easy, short-term solutions to demonstrate action and therefore fail to solve the right problem resulting in making the real problem harder to solve in the long run. For example, Twitter and Facebook, seeking an easy-to-implement short-term solution, after some … Continue reading Why Businesses Fail to Solve the Right Problem