Video is becoming an increasingly popular tool for marketers as more and more users prefer to engage with this type of media when making purchasing decisions. It’s therefore important to know the statistics surrounding the topic so that you have all the information you need in order to use it effectively.
Sometimes, we need to take a step back and look at where we’ve come from in order to determine how and why we are heading in a particular direction. Marketing has been around for hundreds of years, evolving and expanding its principles and functions, but many businesses still don’t recognise the need for an inbound approach, simply believing that their product or service will generate demand through old fashioned tactics and strategies.
Admittedly, as a content writer for an awesome marketing agency, I am a little biased on this topic. But that’s because I often see businesses creating their own literature, and while the intentions are good, the quality of the writing and the delivery of the message could be so much more impactful.
So you want to jump on the video bandwagon? Good for you, because video is so much more than just a fad, it’s the way that people want, no, expect, to consume information in 2019. You can use video to generate engagement and interest in your products or services, strengthen your brand, educate, inform and excite potential customers.
When it comes to nailing your marketing in 2019, you must have the following aspects in your strategy: emotion, retargeting, video, lead capture and customer service. To outline how to use these tactics effectively, we show you the brands that are excelling at showcasing them.
Lead generation is hard, especially if you are a marketing manager for a B2B company that sells a high ticket product or service. So how can you make sure your budget is allocated to the right marketing tactic when there are so many different online and offline strategies to choose from?
Trade Shows are an important event in the calendar of many businesses. But often, companies make the mistake of simply doing the bare minimum before turning up, failing to take advantage of their digital presence to bolster the actual event. This is a mistake, as digital marketing can support a trade show exhibit before, during and after the event itself. Let’s take a look at how.