Without an effective brand it’s difficult to cement a positive message in people’s minds about an organisation, so it’s important to think strategically about your brand…
In political marketing, when you understand your target market and their needs you can use that knowledge to build a strong narrative around a candidate or leader that resonates with your audience.
Athletes know that you are more likely to achieve your goals and aspirations if you write them down and set some timelines for achievement. Does this same technique work for marketing?
The simple answer is yes, but setting your goal’s only the beginning. Here’s how to use goal setting to make your marketing better.
A great graphic designer can find a balance between their own creativity, what the client wants and what their consumers’ needs, and the path to success is some strategic thinking.
To get the most out of your content marketing efforts, you need to know what it is you are making in the first place. Here are 3 questions that will guide your content strategy to make the end result oh so sweet.
No matter what’s on your list of marketing goals for 2016, there’s one thing you must NOT do:
Don’t let your marketing get lost.
Here’s the 2-part, 3-step trick to keep it from happening.