What do your long-time customers know about your company? For most, they learned about your company on the first day they bought your product or services and relatively little since. Use a monthly email newsletter to keep them in the loop.
Feedback from customers is valuable. The best quality feedback occurs close to the customer experience. For best results, deliver a survey as soon as possible after the experience and make it easy for customers to write something.
Today is August 1. August should be a busy month for marketers as they prepare and put the final touches on their campaign to hit the ground running after Labor Day. If you’re still in summer mode, waiting until Sept. to start planning, you’ll be behind the curve.
Technology has mechanized many aspects of public relations, media buying and other marketing functions, but the human perspective added to computerized outreach and analysis differentiates great from good.
A great way to get people to remember you and your company is with sound. Even B2B companies can have an audio icon at the start of their Webpage or other opportunities. It makes it easy for customers and prospects to think of you.
Encourage your sales team to get active participating in non-profits. Not only is it a valuable networking, your company will get the reputation for being “good people”. Publicize the stories to further demonstrate how your compay is a good corporate citizen.
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