If buyers only looked for the most affordable offers from the biggest brand names, small to medium size enterprises could never compete against major corporations. Luckily, there is much more to customer acquisition and retention than prices and advertising spend. In fact, sentiment, personal emotion and brand loyalty can play a key part in ensuring your company’s success. The trick for SMEs is how to create and maintain brand loyalty on a comparatively small budget. Here are a few tips on how to use your digital marketing to foster and nourish brand loyalty.
A Practical Guide for Improving Communication and Getting What You Need to Launch Products Successfully The relationship between product management and marketing is not always a happy one. Although the two teams need to work closely as part of the Go-to-Market (GtM) plan, confusion over responsibilities and priorities can cause disconnects which can see products […]
Many marketing jobs require that candidates have experience of the ‘full marketing mix’. But how relevant is the marketing mix model for today’s b2b marketer? The traditional 4Ps marketing mix (consisting of product, price, place, promotion) has been used by marketers since the 1960s, but the Harvard Business Review recently carried out a five-year study of more than […]