Ever watched Any Given Sunday?
In the digital marketplace, the gross oversaturation of content is evident. With the volume of products and services being offered to consumers, consumers are becoming numb to the sales and marketing tactics that attempt to engage them.
“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
Here’s an all too familiar saga. An employee goes to the press claiming that he was regularly sexually harassed at your company with senior leadership's knowledge and, by a lack of action, consent to the practice. It’s the first time you hear about it, but not before the blogosphere goes ballistic on the news.
HubSpot’s State of Inbound 2016 report indicates that 45 percent of companies surveyed use customer relationship management systems to store lead and customer data. Unfortunately, many respondents also consider manual data entry and a lack of integration as top challenges for current CRM software. Whether your company uses Microsoft Dynamics, Salesforce, or another popular CRM tool, encouraging adoptions and regular use can enhance overall sales objectives.
Historically, a company’s website and blog served as the pinnacles of online marketing. In today’s world and in the future of marketing, companies are investing more and more in omni-channel marketing activities. According to HubSpot’s State of Inbound 2016 report, decentralized content distribution through digital outlets, such as YouTube, Facebook Video, and Instagram will account for the next major trend in marketing.