Branding Guide: 5 Questions to Ask About Your Company’s Brand

By Philip BerardoAug 12, 2020

 

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We’re nearing the end of the summer months, and it’s around the time most marketing companies are beginning to plan ahead for next year’s goals. Your company may even have its own objectives and strategies on the drawing boards already. However, alongside your marketing efforts—such as generating more leads or developing a new content calendar—there is one key aspect of your company that must shine through: your brand! In this branding guide, we’ll give you five questions that you should be asking yourself about your company’s current brand.

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What Does a Contextual Marketing Strategy Look Like?

By Philip BerardoAug 05, 2020

 

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Contextual marketing is a more personalized approach to marketing; it is a strategy that centers around the users coming to your website and what they are looking for. Essentially, it helps ensure that the content you are delivering is relevant to a user based on their stage in the buyer’s journey and any pain points they have. When working alongside personalization, contextual marketing is an effective strategy to meet a user’s needs, habits, and goals. In this post, we will be further defining contextual marketing and what a proper strategy looks like.

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What are the 3 Stages of the Inbound Flywheel?

By Philip BerardoJul 29, 2020

 

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Ever since the 2018 HubSpot Inbound event dropped a major game changer with its inbound flywheel, many marketers have had time to rethink their existing marketing strategies. Whether in the B2B or B2C space, customers used to be more of an afterthought in the grand scheme of the sales funnel. Now, more marketers are shifting to an inbound approach and integrating the inbound flywheel—a model that encourages customer engagement and interaction across the full sales cycle.

In this post, we’ll be defining the 3 stages of the inbound flywheel.

 

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Brand Equity vs. Brand Value: The Key Differences

By Philip BerardoJul 22, 2020

 

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Brand equity is a critical component in developing a quality branding strategy. If you’ve followed our previous posts around brand equity, we’ve drawn a few comparisons to the value of a brand as well. However, while brand equity is certainly related to value, the two aren’t quite the same. Both play a critical role in shaping your audience’s perception of your brand, how it stands out among competitors, and its longevity in your target market. In this post, we’ll share the key differences between brand equality and brand value that marketers should know.

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How Your Marketing Website Reflects Your Company’s Branding

By Philip BerardoJul 15, 2020

 

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A website’s design can say a lot about a company as a whole—regarding their tone, values, and how much you can trust them. If a prospect is researching for the right solution to fit their needs, they may just end up finding their way to your marketing website. When they get there, it can be disappointing to see confusing navigation, inconsistent colors and fonts, and a lack of valuable offers. As a follow-up to a previous blog post we published last year, here’s how your marketing website acts as a reflection of your company’s branding.

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The Essential Branding Checklist For Your B2B Marketing Company

By Philip BerardoJul 08, 2020

 

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With the second half of the year now underway, it’s time to assess the current state of your marketing company’s brand—including its reputation, audience, and success in the industry. Amidst the many challenges—and hopefully plenty of victories as well—it’s important to take some time to reflect on your branding strategy. Here is an essential branding checklist for your B2B marketing company to follow for the rest of the year. 

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Improving Your Marketing Company's Website Performance

By Philip BerardoJul 01, 2020

 

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To a marketing company, website performance means more than just load times, image rendering, and bounce rate. It defines a significant part of your company’s authority and relevancy in the eyes of your audience and search engines alike. The unfortunate truth is that potential leads may never get to see what your solutions and services are—because they’ve already left your website due to poor performance.

To ensure your marketing company isn’t missing out on lead generation and search engine optimization (SEO) opportunities, here are a few tips to improve your website performance.

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Building Brand Awareness Online: Tips for Digital Marketers

By Philip BerardoJun 24, 2020

 

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Branding has changed a lot with the growth of digital over the past decade or so—and many marketers would say it’s been for the better! Your digital marketing company has several options when it comes to expanding its reach and growing an audience for its brand online. Whether it’s from direct interactions with customers on social media or simply optimizing your website and content, it’s critical to have brand awareness. Here are tips your digital marketing company can follow to build brand awareness online.

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What are the 3 Metrics of Brand Equity?

By Philip BerardoJun 17, 2020

 

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When it comes to your marketing company’s brand, its value and reception plays a vital role in how new and existing customers view your brand. This is known as brand equity. Ultimately, your brand equity relates to your brand’s value in relation to how recognizable it is and the response it generates. A brand without equity is like a sandwich with no toppings—a skeleton of something that could be so much stronger and more unique (not to mention tastier!)

Overall, there are three key metrics to brand equity that your marketing company will want to measure. In this post, we’ll be defining those metrics and the impact they can have on your branding.

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How Dynamic Content Personalizes Your Digital Marketing Strategy

By Philip BerardoJun 12, 2020

 

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In digital marketing, dynamic content refers to content—such as an email, webpage, or even call-to-action (CTA)—that changes based on a user’s behavior and session data. In other words, it adapts to their actions and provides a more personalized experience as they digest your content. Most commonly, digital marketers will implement dynamic content across their website—which can increase conversions in addition to making for a captivating browsing experience. Here are a few ways dynamic content personalizes your digital marketing strategy. 

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