The Christmas Holidays are fast approaching, and while B2C companies in the retail sector may face a bonanza of trade at this time, B2B businesses and agencies in the inbound marketing sector will be experiencing a winding down of activity. It’s natural that, as we look forward to the Christmas break, our marketing machine starts to slow, but it shouldn’t grind to a halt completely. Nobody wants to be a modern-day Bob Cratchit, forced to work right up to the last minute (or get back into work mode while everybody else enjoys the festive season), so a bit of planning can ensure everybody can have an enjoyable and relaxing break. Here’s a few simple steps to take to make sure your inbound efforts continue to roll out over the Christmas holidays.
If you’re worried that you will never be president because you can’t fit your thoughts into less than 140 characters, you no longer need to worry! The world and his dog probably knows by now that Twitter has doubled its character limit to 280, giving people twice the elbow room to share their opinions (or insult other world leaders). But what does it mean for marketers? We take a look…
It’s always handy to check in on what’s going on in the world of digital marketing outside the walls of Get Focused Towers, so we are constantly on the lookout for new events coming up that can help us gain the insights we need to continue delivering a top-quality service to our clients and partners.
Our sales & strategy director Ross Lauder is nothing if not persuasive, so it is fitting that he was the most recent guest on The Persuaders, the Dublin City FM show about all things marketing last Friday.
If your digital marketing team is churning out a load of great content to give you a favourable position in search rankings and an increase in visitors to your website, you might be wondering why your sales team is not delivering when it comes to closing all those juicy new leads and turning them into sales.