Now more than ever, creating and communicating the right messaging is essential. As we all manage how COVID-19 is affecting our work and lives, talking with your customers and stakeholders keeps you connected. It demonstrates your meaning and value as a business and reaffirms and maintains the...
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Businesses around the world are constantly seeking new ways to gain advantages in healthy, everyday competitive landscapes. That’s why outsourcing is nothing new. Offloading supporting tasks for various reasons, including reduced costs and increased expertise and efficiency, makes business sense.
While we all collectively respond to the closure of all non-life-sustaining and non-essential businesses, at C-leveled, we know that all business is essential and that there is still essential work to be done.
Your business, your competition, and your market landscapes are constantly changing. Now especially, change is everywhere. In response to COVID-19, we are seeing unprecedented changes and uncertainty across the world in the efforts of protecting our shared health, safety, and financial security.
How can we measure success without goals? Is it possible to allocate resources, time, and money without knowing the purpose? What tasks should I assign to my team today?
Businesses can experience a significant advantage over the competition if they create and implement strategic marketing plans that are specifically built to reach a broader audience, find better leads, and convert and increase sales.
When it comes to strategic marketing expectations, we probably think our plans and tactics inherently have the power to overhaul traditional marketing, grow revenue, expand operations, and reach existing and new customers.
When it comes to content marketing, brands need to be smart about what they are putting in front of their audiences–because that can make or break their brand image, reputation, and relationships.
Technology advancements and integrations, such as AI and big data, will be some of the most significant marketing trends of 2020. When it comes to strategic marketing, data-driven decision-making has become crucial to the success of any business. There is no denying that the future is digital.