Your company is going to have a culture whether you want it or not, so you may as well make it a great one. Bad company culture leads to disaffected team members, fast turnover of staff, and a general lack of enthusiasm for the job at hand. That not only leads to a bad working environment, but ultimately to poor performance. If team members don’t feel they are part of something great, it will show in what they produce. That way lies unhappy customers or clients.
In our previous blog, we looked at some of the mistakes digital marketing agencies make when trying to secure new business from a potential client, and how they should rework their retainer model to outline plainly how they can help a business to grow through an effective marketing strategy that will increase the client’s website traffic and generate more leads.
We all have a friend who doesn’t take our advice. Even though we may be knowledgeable about the challenges they face, have some great insights into the problem, and can offer any number of workable solutions, they still don’t heed, or even want that advice. It’s frustrating, right?
Ah, Valentine’s Day, that day when those who are loved, and those who are not, feel the sensation most of all. Many digital marketers are falling into the latter category, their messages and mails left unanswered, their courtship ignored, by an audience of consumers who have changed; changed how they act, how they think and how they react to what we have to say. So, what happened in this dynamic relationship in which marketers used to hold all the cards, and what can they do to regain that love (and trust)? What can they do to regain website traffic and generate leads?
Our first Inbound Marketing Workshop took place last week at the Hilton Charlemont in Dublin 2, and we were delighted with the reception we got from many enthusiastic and enterprising attendees who got there bright and early to hear what we had to say.