It’s a new year. And with a new year comes the desire to find balance in our personal lives. Balance looks like alignment when you take it into the workplace. Add some purpose behind it? Now you’ve got strategic alignment.
As any consultant will confirm, agencies come with a certain future-looking expectation. We’re the experts, and we should be able to predict what’s next. When yet another decade comes to an end, we’re all called upon to look at the last 10 years to predict the next 10.
We’re all digital, but many of us got started in life in an analog world. We don’t need to say “digital marketing,” because it’s almost all digital now anyway. But when it comes to a brand, the rules change. Brand strategy must encompass — you guessed it — the entire brand, digital marketing and all.
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For marketers of all persuasions, storytelling is part of our anatomy. But starting a story from scratch can be daunting, especially for marketers in the media space. To more effectively engage with prospects, take a step back first and answer these four questions.
Ever wonder what it would feel like to attempt the game-deciding free throw with 80,000 cheering fans (and millions more at home) causing the floor to shake and your heart to pound?
You think you’ve got the hang of marketing automation. You’ve had your platform up and running for a few months, your team is saving time by not manually sending content to prospects, and you’ve started seeing higher engagement levels on your website. Fantastic!
So what should you do next?
So, you want to stay on top of the latest news and trends in Marketing Automation, but you’re barely keeping up with your Slack notifications (especially since someone added the #dogsiwanttopet channel). We get it. That’s why the Look Listen team has compiled a brief rundown of MA updates from around the web. Read on to stay informed, do big things at work and still have time to pet all the dogs…
What’s “universal design,” anyway? Before we can apply Universal Design principles to improving marketing efforts, we have to fully understand what it is (and isn’t).