Understanding your customer is at the heart of any successful company. If you don’t really understand your target customer, how can you possibly develop products and services that they would want to buy? How can sell to them and support them if you don’t know what makes them tick?
It is budget time and you are probably wondering where you should put your marketing dollars. It is that time of year again when marketers are submitting their budgets and plans for 2019.
Chief Marketer recently released the 2019 B2B Marketing Outlook annual survey report and it uncovered some interesting facts about how B2B marketers are investing their time and money to boost engagement, conversions and ROI. This year, the two biggest challenges facing marketers in terms of generating leads are finding leads that convert and getting targeted prospects to engage. In both cases, having the right content can make the difference.
There is a lot of noise in the market about what thought leadership is and what tactics do you use to establish your brand or executive as a thought leader.
We’re are pleased to announce that Red Javelin has become a Gold Agency Partner of Hubspot – the leading provider inbound marketing tools.
Have you ever heard of the phrase – the devil is in the details? When it comes to events, details count.
Whether you’re preparing for a trade show, conference, corporate party, or a customer experience, planning for an event can be labor intensive and overwhelming. You might make a big mistake by attempting to plan your event without any support, so why not lessen your stress and hire an events professional?
Storytelling plays a huge role in establishing disruptive technology as a market force. Good storytelling is important when introducing a complex and disruptive offering in the marketplace whose value is not well understood. But storytelling is only the beginning. It takes a village to launch and drive adoption.
This article was first published in Boston Voyager Magazine.
This post was originally published in Forbes.
Pivoting your marketing tactics is a way of life in the digital age. Market dynamics can change in a blink of an eye and marketers need to respond quickly by tweaking or completely pivoting their programs. Social media is particularly vulnerable to the whims of the market and public opinion, as a single negative social media post can affect your brand’s reputation in minutes.