How do these marketing channels stack up?

  • In: Data Trends, Digital Marketing, Direct Marketing, Email Marketing, SEO, Social Media

There are A LOT of different marketing channels out there. What are the pros and cons of some of the common ones?

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Data, Analytics, and Insight: What’s The Difference?

  • In: Data Trends

As a data-driven marketing company we focus a lot on data, analytics, and insight. However, it seems like a lot of people use those words almost interchangeably. Are they the same thing? What do they mean for your business?

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The Best Creative Block Crusher

  • In: Business, Social Media, Weekly Vibes, WFH

Whether or not you think of yourself as creative person, all jobs required creative thinking. And especially as marketers we produce a lot of content, for ourselves and our clients. However, it can be difficult to continue to produce high-quality content when we don’t feel creative or inspired.

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What did we learn from corporate’s WFH year?

  • In: Business, WFH

Remember like, a year ago when lots of big businesses were saying they weren’t going to require their employees to go back to the office? And then, inevitability they did. A lot of big companies and whole industries (like, banking and wall street,) have gone back to the office. What did we learn from corporate’s ‘year-at-home’? Are industries and office culture really going to adapt to modern life? Or is the 9-5, 5-day-workweek here to stay?

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7 Ways To Make Your Content More Engaging

  • In: Email Marketing, SEO, Social Media

Content creation is an integral part of marketing or running a business in general now. However, a lot of companies struggle with creating content that generates engagement. Part of the value of content creation is that engagement and the conversation between brand and consumer. What can you do to create engaging content for your brand?

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Please Stop Using These 4 Internet Marketing Terms Wrong

  • In: Digital Marketing, Social Media

The internet and the marketing industry have something in common: They are full of terms and acronyms that can feel like an entirely different language. It can be super easy to misunderstand and/or misuse those terms. Here’s 4 “marketing/internet jargon” terms you are probably using wrong!

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How A Lookalike Report Helps Increase Sales

  • In: Business, Data Trends, Digital Marketing, Social Media

LookALike audiences have been a go-to targeting tool for almost a decade. Even before digital marketing, marketers used current audience demographics to target potential customers. With a growing number of AI tools available, businesses of all sizes have access to LookALike targeting. How can you use LookALike to increase sales?

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6 Things You Can Do To Up Your Content Game

  • In: Digital Marketing, Social Media

Content creation is an integral part of marketing or running a business in general now. Even if you don’t think that you are a quote-on-quote content creator, you probably do create content. Every time you post on Facebook or update Instagram, that’s content. What are some easy things you can do to up your content game?

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All The Reasons You Need A Buyer Persona

  • In: Business, Digital Marketing, SEO, Social Media

Buyer Personas or Avatars are one of those confusing marketing things that seems to be really important, but no one ever explains why or how you can make one. Buyer Personas are especially valuable in this digital age where you can’t see your customers. They can help make your digital presence and marketing more personal.

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What You Need To Know About SaaS

  • In: Business Marketing, Digital Marketing

SaaS stands for software as a service and is sometimes known as “cloud-based software.” In the past few years, the Saas industry has exploded and has become the default type of software for most business technology. SaaS is differentiated from other cloud-based technology because it’s focus in entirely on products for business.

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