Hinge’s Fab Five: April 2014
Top Professional Services Marketing Content from April 2014
Each month an enormous amount of content is published on marketing. This monthly column will help you keep up with the best marketing articles on the web. Enjoy!
By: Stacy Picking, Hinge Marketing
In today’s digital age, it is imperative to have a significant online presence. Our research shows that LinkedIn is the most used social media channel for purchasers of professional service firms. Capitalize on this valuable information by leveraging LinkedIn as a top promotional outlet, increasing your activity in groups, and researching your competitors. Take advantage of your audience being on LinkedIn and don’t let your social media efforts fall by the wayside.
Top Tactics of Great Online Marketers
By: Wendy Nemitz, Ingenuity Marketing
In a world where technology allows virtually unlimited information to be available at our fingertips, it’s people that are still driving firm’s online marketing and business development. Like a pro-bowl linebacker, this post tackles some tough tactics to transform your strategy into a less tumultuous trial. Alliteration aside, this is a valuable resource for implementing a successful online marketing strategy.
By: Ron Ashkenas, Changepoint
Big data and analytics are hot topics and engaging talking points in today’s professional circles, but regarding the data, how big is too big? This post’s seemingly simple solutions are derived from four straightforward questions that every executive should ask themselves as well as their analytics team.
By: Duanne Forrester, Search Engine Journal
The ever-changing world of SEO has kept marketers on their toes and constantly on the lookout for the next algorithmic change. However, as search engines become more sophisticated, current SEO tactics will start becoming less relevant. This post thoughtfully makes the case that SEO will become just another marketing tool and cannot be focused on in isolation.
By: Kevin Randall, brandchannel
Branding can be traced back to Nordic livestock herders. This comprehensive dissection of why brands matter to B2B firms, and specific examples of how brands drive the B2B market, clearly reinforce the notion that your brand matters. Greatly. If you’re looking for multiple case studies on B2B brands, this is a great article for you.
- Business Development Strategy: A High-Growth Approach
- A 10 Step Brand Development Strategy for Your Professional Services Firm
- Strategic Marketing for Professional Services
- Digital Branding for Professional Services
- 10 Essential B2B Marketing Strategies to Grow Your Professional Services Firm
- Digital Marketing Strategy for Professional Services
- Rebranding Strategies: A Step-By-Step Approach for Professional Services
- Elements of a Successful Brand 1: Brand Positioning
- The Top 5 Business Challenges for Accounting & Financial Services Firms
- Find Your Differentiator: 21 Ways to Gain a Competitive Advantage for Your Firm
- Elements of a Successful Brand 4: Brand Promise
- What Is the Cost of Video Production for the Web?