Trade shows have continually been regarded as the single-most effective component of business-to-business marketing. In fact, in one national report, 91% of trade show attendees said they receive their most useful buying information from these events. This makes sense—especially when the trade show revenue in the U.S. in 2016 reached a whopping $12.8 billion.
As the saying goes, there’s no time like the present. When the end of the year rolls around, the best way to prepare for business growth in 2018 is to complete a review of the current strategies that have brought about success. Being proactive about your business’s short and long-term goals is essential to creating a blueprint for the new year that will lead to development and increased revenue.
You have probably heard the term ‘call to action’ before when researching effective messaging. But what, exactly, is considered a call to action and why is it effective?
My personal email inbox is currently sitting at 301 unread email messages...EEK! Who else is guilty of ignoring the many marketing emails that you receive each day? But here we are as marketers, still using email marketing. Why? Because it is EFFECTIVE!
In my last two blog posts, I wrote about getting content in front of the right audiences and improving the way content is presented online. But one thing I haven’t discussed is how to determine who it is your content is for.
These days, marketing is all about excellent content. Companies are told to push relevant, helpful blog posts and social media activity that makes their products seem more valuable to potential customers.