For content creators, coming up with new ideas for blogs can be a harrowing and scary proposition, and not just because it is Halloween. With only two months left to go in the calendar year, you have had ten months of constant brainstorming, writing and re-writing, and at this stage you may feel drained of inspiration and walking slowly into a graveyard of the mind. What else can you possibly write about? How do you come up with that killer content over and over again?
One of the main concepts behind successful inbound marketing is to broadcast to and engage with as many people as possible who might be interested in what you have to offer. It’s the old saying of ‘fishing where the fish are’, meaning to have a presence on the platforms where the right consumers are spending time, looking for useful information to address their needs, and find solutions to their challenges. And where is that? Facebook Messenger.
We were really excited to go to Inbound 2017 in Boston last month, and our team came back with lots of inspiration and great ideas to help improve our inbound marketing strategies for ourselves and our clients. There was a lot to take in, with product reveals to keynote speeches and an array of thought-provoking talks, but now that the dust has settled, we can take a step back and look at the big takeaways from the biggest inbound marketing summit in the world.
Our team has just returned from Inbound 2017, the biggest inbound marketing summit in the world, which took place in Boston last week. We had a great (and very informative) time networking with our peers and hearing from inspirational figures from the inbound world and beyond, while our co-CEO Clodagh Higgins also presented a session on creating a happy and healthy inbound agency, touching on everything from what a modern agency looks like, to agency culture to formulating a successful retainer model.
Every inbound agency wants to grow, but with that growth comes the need to find the right people to help you achieve the success you are aiming for. Those people need to not only fit into your agency culture, but bring the right level of skill, know-how and expertise to the table, and finding them, let alone onboarding them, can be a tough HR headache you don’t always have time for.