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If you want to stop cringing every time you look at your marketing budget, consider using one or all three of the methods.
Here are a few ways to shift your thinking away from the dollars-generated-per-webinar mindset and toward a focus on how your content powers your entire sales and marketing engine.
Savvy investors avoid ground-floor investments, because there is typically too much risk to offer attractive risk-adjusted returns.
You'll find that building consumer trust is worth its weight in gold, or, um, dollars.
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Who out there will help promote your company, but at a more reasonable price?
Determining whether a problem should be solved by your team or through outsourcing requires careful analysis.
The good news is that your marketing is likely making an impact. But you might not be measuring it as you should.
Knowing the platforms that get other businesses their customers can help you benchmark your own progress and results.
Here are the formulas and turns of phrase the experts use to determine what your work is worth.
Sometimes by calculation, sometimes by inspiration, you know when waiving you fee is the best move.
While the content is the fuel that powers the act of content marketing, it is the measurement of the content that ultimately decides whether it was an effective strategy.
There's a big return on investment for expressing gratitude regularly.
Most likely, someone in your organization is disengaged, and all their potential is falling through the gap. But there's a simple solution.
Any business with a website needs to be visible. There are four ways to determine if your efforts are worth the money.