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Are You Doing a Good Job of “Courting” Your Customers?

20 May

As we know, in today’s competitive environment, we cannot take our customers for granted. We need to continuously “court” them and have them feel appreciated.

Consider this observation from Oracle Marketing Cloud:

“From the need to meaningfully nurture to the demand to delight and impress at all stages, a lot goes into building the relationships with your customers. Sometimes marketers need a little help finding the inspiration to engage, because it’s not just about sealing the deal, but keeping your customers consistently content, just like your significant other! We’ve compiled key questions that you may likely be asking about your marketing efforts. Because in marketing, flowers and candy simply don’t cut it.”

Check out Oracle’s slideshow on this topic.
 

 

Do Better in Dealing with Negative Online Reviews

19 May

Negative online reviews can have a devastating effect on businesses — unless they are handled properly.

Here are some suggestions from Konnecti, a company that helps clients build their online presence.
 

 

Revisiting Steve Jobs at Stanford: One of the Greatest Commencement Speeches Ever!

18 May

At this time of college graduations, take a look at one of the gold standards of commencement speeches — Steve Jobs’ 2005 speech at Stanford. It is truly inspiring and has been viewed more than 22 million times at YouTube.

There are great lessons for us all.

 

 

Do YOU Think Before You Tweet?

30 Apr

Are you a regular — or even infrequent — Tweeter? If yes, do you always pause before posting a Tweet? Have you ever made a Tweet that you wish you could take back? Well, once it’s posted, somebody will see it. So, think before posting!!! :-)

Consider these tips from Nivida.
 

 

Ten Marketing-Oriented Business Trends to Consider: A Slideshow

29 Apr

As one of our business planning activities, we should always be willing to think outside the box. We should be thinking of where our firm is headed in both the short run and long run!

This slideshow from Logo Design Guru:

“visually represents the 10 fundamental aspects of businesses that want to keep their feet in the market. Looking for growth? These are the basic rules that will polish your abilities to keep a track of trends in the market. However, it is evident that you need to know the people you are dealing with. Normally, business owners resist meeting their people in person. Whereas, they forget that interaction is a fruitful source of marketing your brand.”

 

 

What Makes a Top-Notch Marketing Executive?

22 Apr

Here’s an informative infographic from Pepperdine University on this topic. What do YOU think about the attributes cited here?
 


Pepperdine University Online Master of Business Administration

 

Iconic PR Campaigns Over the Decades

21 Apr

As we know, public relations activities and media have changed over the decades.

Consider these observations from the Fusion 360 agency:

“Public relations firms and — in many instances, marketing agencies — have the task of maintaining a favorable public image for their respective clients. Currently, that’s primarily accomplished through digital means: social media, content marketing, top-tier digital publications, etc. With respect to public relations, seeing as how things are drastically different now than they’ve ever been before, it’s interesting to take a peek into the past to see what’s worked.”

Here’s an entertaining video on PR over the years.
 
 

 

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