Most companies have a love or hate relationship with marketing. It seems to be either a confusing and burdensome expense or a well-oiled, profit-boosting machine. But to get your marketing strategy well-oiled and performing consistently, you need a plan.
Marketing plans can seem like an annoyance, but they’re simply a tool with immense benefits. Here are thirteen common myths about marketing plans (and why they’re wrong):
We can all understand the value in having a plan. But according to Content Marketing Institute, only 37 percent of B2C marketers have a documented marketing plan. And that’s an improvement over previous years. More and more marketers are learning that a plan can help them keep on track, accomplish more, and keep track of which strategies need improvement.
If you haven’t found the time to sit down and make a marketing plan, here are ten signs that you really need one:
Website trends come and go, and some stick around and evolve into something better. By taking a closer look at how past website trends have evolved into current trends, we can develop our own insights into the future of web design. Here are 5 website trends over the past 5 years that tell us a great deal about the future of web design.
Over the past 10 years everyone from amateur designers, business owners, and technology experts have noticed how much website design has evolved. Progression is key to website design as individuals are now starting to prefer creating their own websites to hiring professionals (to save money for other business expenses). There are 20 myths about website design that we would like to debunk for you today.