Though they are not in the event management business, Mile Marker Club utilizes in-person events as both a stand alone product to deliver premiere wealth education in the alternative investment realm as well as a means to gain new members into their exclusive club. But with a goal of more symposiums in 2020 they needed high engagement and conversion strategies for their existing database of contacts.
See how this inbound marketing investment created a 13.73x return on investment for Johnny's Backyard, and helped them increase sales during a period of market volatility.
The concept of evergreen content has been around for for decades, maybe centuries. The goal was to create marketing and public relations pieces that stood the test of time to maximize budgets. So how can such an archaic concept have relevance in this digital world? It is actually a critical component of inbound marketing strategy. Here's how and why it needs to be included in your strategy today.
Updated for 2020.
The best marketing campaigns of the past year all have one thing in common - they all did much more than just promote their brand.
The campaigns we love and that make the biggest impact make us think about the industry, the world at large, and our place in it. Global and national companies can do this easily, but it's important for smaller businesses to also think outside the box.
The software as a service (SaaS) industry has been on a full takeover campaign over the past few years, shaking up every part of the business world. However, anyone in the industry can tell you that SaaS marketing is an entirely different beast from other types of marketing and requires some serious strategy to get results.
Although the SaaS revolution seems to have occurred overnight, with millions of businesses relying on service organizations to store their valuable data off-site, the industry’s booming popularity was due in part to some pretty impressive marketing. Here are some of the best tips from industry experts to help get your SaaS company on the map.
The end of the year can be viewed as a hectic time to cram in last-minute responsibilities and check off boxes on your to-do list, but it can also present the perfect time to pause and reflect on the past twelve months of ups, downs, and constant learning.
Here at HIVE, we’ve been winding down 2019 by looking back on the marketing trends that brought us tons of success and others that were more of a whomp-whomp feeling. We enlisted the help of some other digital marketing specialists to create a list of which marketing trends are worth bringing into 2020 and which ones should be left in the dust.
Thanks to a combination of social media, soaring health insurance costs, and affordable access to lifestyle tech devices, the health and fitness industry is booming. I mean seriously booming. Over the past decade in the U.S. alone, the $30 billion industry has grown by 3 - 4% every year, which might explain why you’re seeing signs for CrossFit gyms and açai bowls everywhere these days.
Inbound marketing - you've heard a lot of buzz about it, but you may not be quite sure what inbound marketing means for your business. How are you supposed to tackle the inbound marketing challenge? What types of content do you really need for your business? If you're considering boosting your sales through inbound marketing, there are several key things you need to know.
As a business owner or marketing director, you likely know how critical it is to develop an effective inbound marketing strategy. Unfortunately, some marketing directors end up sabotaging their strategy by quickly diving into the deep end without taking the time to understand consumer behavior or focus on areas with the highest potential ROI. Below is a look at six common digital marketing mistakes and the key to overcoming them.
Your digital strategy should run everything in your online marketing campaign. It should educate new employees, it should evaluate the effectiveness of prior campaigns, and it should guide all decisions (related to your online marketing) into the future. Essentially, it's your marketing bible.
Many businesses talk about their digital marketing strategy without actually having one, or only having pieces of one. For a strategy to be successful it has to be honest, realistic, and it has to change over time to adapt to the market, the business, your customers, and campaign success or failure.
So, does your strategy have everything in it that you need? Let's take a look at the key points that should be evaluated and included in your official strategy.