I still remember the first time my grandfather gave me that advice. I was only 23 years old, with two small children and no idea how I was going to support my family and still have time to care for my kids. I had gone to my grandparent’s house to...
No one buys from a company they distrust or pays a premium to work with the discount provider. However, today's approaches to marketing and measurement are turning marketers away from creating or changing these perceptions.
Creating marketing videos that are as engaging as prime time television and blockbuster movies can be a daunting task. Most entrepreneurs and marketers struggle to dream up the content that will captivate their video viewers.
Jenni Hilton's insight:
I don't want pictures of my family appearing in advertisements. Looks like I will be closing my Instagram account.
For the past seven years, trade shows have surpassed websites, email marketing and paid search to secure the top spot as B2B marketers’ biggest investment, according to the MarketingSherpa 2012 B2B Marketing Benchmark Report.
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