People buy from brands that they know and love, it’s as simple as that. When it comes to starting and running a small business, this can be an obstacle to overcome. People are seemingly more likely to buy from a brand that they are familiar with and that has already gained their trust.
Did you know that 2 billion people worldwide will be 60 years and older by 2050, according to the World Health Organization? That’s one in five people! Whether yours is a small to medium B2C or B2B business or nonprofit organization, is it ready now, and for the future, in accommodating this demographic?
Content marketing faces the constant tension between writing for search engines or crafting it for people. But there is also another challenge that comes from decades of formal marketing education and training.
Many people, myself included, believe in the power of a strong brand. Brand positioning has influenced buying decisions for years and a company with a strong sense of their own brand and a commitment to authentically walking out that brand is at an advantage over their competitors.
When are you most productive during the day? Are you a morning person or a night owl? Do you spring right our of bed without hitting the snooze button once? Or do you require 2+ cups of coffee to break out of your zombie-like stupor (like me)?
Content marketing. It seems like everyone’s talking about it. But what exactly is it and what can it do for your business? Odds are, if you’re doing any marketing at all, you’re at least accidentally dabbling in content marketing.
If you have a world-class brand, are you showing world-class quality at every turn? Is your brand involved in on-going training? It’s not just about customer service and brand awareness. It’s not that everyone knows your brand, it’s what their perception of your brand is.
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