These days, being able to produce video is becoming more of a necessity than a “nice-to-have” for online marketers. Check out these stats:
Earned media (often regarded as free media) attributes the publicity of your brand to the recognition of its efforts and results.
Guerrilla marketing is a form of marketing that utilizes unconventional tactics to get maximum results when promoting a business or service. As the name suggests, this style of marketing relies heavily upon surprise, creativity and shock and awe tactics.
Ron Johnson’s plan should have worked. The veteran retail strategist knew how to turn brick and mortar stores into customer magnets because he’d done it before–twice–even as retailers across the country watched foot traffic evaporate and sales plummet.
It’s nothing personal. It’s just business. Except when it’s not. When Google brought out a smartphone OS in 2008 that let some competition into what had been an Apple-only field, the reception was mixed.
A call to action (abbreviated “CTA”) is the desired action a user or visitor is supposed to take at a certain stage of the conversion funnel.
We tend to make a big deal about leads in the marketing space, and not without good reason. Everything starts with leads.
Launching a new business idea or deciding to develop a new product for your company is not without risk.
A value proposition is what you guarantee or promise to deliver to your consumers in exchange for their money.