Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day creeps up almost as soon as the last Christmas bauble has been packed away and it’s easy to see why. Valentine’s Day is the second most popular card-giving holiday with 151 million cards being given to loved ones – it’s a creative marketer’s opportunity to do things differently and spread a little love and joy in the world. So in no particular order, here are EMARI’s top 5 Valentine’s campaigns of recent
Christmas marketing – Whilst many now make John Lewis and Coca-Cola adverts TV and social media events in themselves, how do you make the most of the festive season in your marketing efforts.
There are also lots of different types of video content which you can use to promote your brand. Social media engagement is critical for sales in the short term and sharing your content long-term whilst helping you improve your brand via real-time feedback. So Christmas can be a
The 12 Small Steps video series delivers 12 actions that can be undertaken by salespeople, Sales Managers and Sales Directors in order to build a solid pipeline of potential clients. The objective is to use the 12 Small Steps to generate a big result! Steve personally applied these steps and achieved a 60% increase over three years, so some truly remarkable results are possible.
Good selling is simple – find out what the customer wants, check you’ve understood them correctly and
Using information from Wyzowl’s fourth annual State of Video Marketing Survey.
- 81% of companies use video for marketing purposes in 2018, compared to 63% in 2017.
- The average person watches 1.5 hours of video each day.
- 81% of individuals have purchased a product or service after watching a video
- 76% of marketers say video has helped their company increase sales.
- Marketers rate
Did you know that 90% of brands now use content marketing? but whilst 9 out of 10 businesses use content marketing, only 3 out of 10 are seeing any real success from it.
The reason? Content marketers usually start with a product or a service and then create content related to that product or service in the hope that the audience can be made to care enough about it to eventually buy something.
Joe Pulizzi asks what if they didn’t?
This is a shortened version of the talk that CEO Emma-Louise Munro Wilson gave at the Portsmouth B2B Expo 2018.
There are 3 things you need to get across quickly when networking:
- Who you are
- What you do
- How you make a difference
So who am I? Hello, My name is Emma Wilson and everything you need to know about me is on LinkedIn.
What do I do? I run a successful marketing agency called EMARI.