As a self-proclaimed "Growth Marketer", I'm currently on a mission to find my next exciting opportunity to drive revenue goals with marketing efforts and it has been a challenge to communicate my value beyond what my resume details. With 10 years of variable experience under my belt, imagine how one can find it difficult to …
Guiding prospects through the buyer's journey in a world that's still wrestling with a pandemic.
Marketers and media planners who seek to navigate prelaunch challenges and maximize postlaunch success can utilize a handful of tactics to maintain momentum and continued awareness around a product. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but here are four of the most effective tactics.
When I watched Formula 1: Drive to Survive, the Netflix docuseries offering a glimpse into the world of Formula One racing, I was immediately hooked by the stories of the teams, their drivers, and the triumphs and tragedies on the track. Formula One racing appears to be just another high-octane sport with a rabid fan base, but …
Audiences follow brands on social media for many reasons — to purchase or research new products and services, to feel understood, and to be entertained. I personally follow brands that inspire me and challenge my way of thinking. When brands or influencers focus too hard on making sales and ignore their customers’ needs, they risk the “unfollow.” How can brands retain their audiences for the long term? It starts with creating content that addresses customers’ wants and desires.
Brands that have a “why” to live can bear almost any “how.” A somewhat-butchered quote from German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, sure, but a great encapsulation of the power — and promise — of purpose.
Show of hands: Anybody else look for a new job and land a promising offer during the pandemic? A few of you. Well, let me take you through the experience for the rest. It was … different. But not in a bad way. When it was time to look for my new role, getting through …
Connections redefined: What authenticity really means
Four habits learned from my Culinary Studies that apply to functioning within a corporate team.
Like any principle or strategy, core values are difficult to forge and take time to develop and cure; but they will sustain you through everything else once they’re well-formed.