Video marketing is important, and here’s why

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If you feel like video is everywhere, well, it is. And there’s a good reason for it – according to a recent study by Zenith, it’s estimated people will spend 100 minutes every day watching online videos in 2021. What does this mean for marketers? Now, more than ever, it’s time to add video into your marketing strategy.

Three reasons why video is an important addition to your marketing mix

Still on the fence? Have some concerns? Here are a few solid reasons why video is an important part of your marketing strategy: 

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New to Remote Work? 7 Tips from a WFH Pro.

Working from home was everybody’s dream—until it suddenly became reality.

As a writer who’s worked remotely for close to two decades, I can’t count the number of times people have told me, “You’re so lucky! I’d love to work in my pajamas!” While telecommuting definitely has perks (no gridlock, no dress code), it comes with a unique set of challenges. Here are a few pro-tips for navigating your new WFH life. Continue Reading

Resources for marketers navigating outreach during the coronavirus

For many in the marketing field, knowing how to communicate to customers, prospects and employees during this pandemic is causing some anxiety. To ease the uncertainty of what to say and how to continue promoting products and services in a professional manner, I have compiled a few helpful resources.

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Considerations for communicating your brand during uncertain times

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many companies uncertain of how to communicate to both their customers and their employees. Simply ignoring the current events and carrying on business-as-usual could make your organization appear callous. On the other hand, trying to come across as an expert on something you don’t know much about could lead to issues down the road.

Communication can definitely get complicated very quickly and leave companies not sure how to proceed. To help you navigate this new territory, we have a few tips and best practices to take into account.

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How to Write Effective Subject Lines

Effective subject lines are key to any email marketing efforts. They are the first line of defense that will determine if your email will see the light of day and ultimately convert.  

Deciding what subject line is going to be the perfect mix of informative and enticing can be quite the challenge, luckily there are a few tricks and best practices to set your emails apart from the pack. 

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Three ways to effectively use your marketing personas

Creating marketing personas can be a fun exercise. You get a chance to really dive into who makes up your target audience, and in a way, get to know them. And now that you have these marketing personas, the next step is putting them to good use, and apply these findings to create successful sales and marketing campaigns.

Not sure where to start? Here are three ways you can put your marketing personas to good use:

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Why Should You Create a Business Podcast?

Living in an age of such technological advances, it is no wonder that there are now more tools and mediums than ever for marketers to promote their messages.  

One such advancement is the rise of podcasts. These digital clips, often presented as episodes in a series, are starting to see a lot of lift in the business space. In fact, Smallbizgenius research states that “39% of small and medium size business owners are podcast users.” 

So, why should you choose to elevate your marketing strategy and business with a podcast?

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How to use microcopy to interject personality and brand into user experience

We’ve all heard the saying “the devil is in the details,” and for marketers, this rings true in every aspect of our job. From large content pieces, to the tiniest bit of copy, one word or phrase can make all the difference in how customers and prospects view the brand. So when it comes to incorporating branding and personality throughout every aspect of the business – website, collateral, marketing materials, etc., don’t leave out the little bits and pieces. This includes the microcopy on websites, landing pages and interfaces. Often forgotten or not given a second thought, these bits of copy can make all the difference in a client or prospective client’s experience with a brand.

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