10 Useless Things To Cut From Your Marketing
When it comes to succeeding in today’s fast-paced world of digital marketing, start by cleaning up your marketing toolkit.
This complete guide to cleaning up your marketing toolkit by Graphic D-Signs and Hubspot is available to download for free.
If your marketing strategy isn’t delivering the success you’re looking for, it may be time to reconsider what you’re spending your time and budget on.
In today’s fast-paced digital marketing world, marketers’ lives have become theoretically easier. With all its technological advancements and iterative improvements, it has, in reality, made marketers’ feel more overwhelmed as they feel the need to keep up with all the new trends being released.
It seems that each week, there’s something new that’s created for small businesses to better optimize their marketing efforts. Marketers feel that if they don’t keep up with these new trends, they will fall behind in the digital marketing world and, in turn, be unsuccessful. However, most of the new stuff that gets introduced into the market is outdated, or worse, was never a good use of your time and budget to begin with.
So how do you clean up your marketing toolkit to become a more efficient marketer? Start by cutting items from your marketing plan that are no longer working for your business, such as publishing multiple blog posts a day or developing that mobile application you’re spending too much time on. Instead, optimize your blog posts with information that your customers will really care about and focus your time and budget on a responsive web design rather than a mobile application.
Graphic D-Signs’ Danielle Massad and Mehgan Recker in collaboration with Hubspot, have created a complete guide to cleaning up your marketing tool kit, from SEO content to social media efforts and much more.
Download our free complete guide to learn the steps to improve your marketing strategy and optimize your current and future marketing efforts.
By reading our ebook, you’ll discover:
- What to focus on in terms of content geared towards SEO.
- Mobile marketing vs. mobile application. Why one is better than the other.
- How to better optimize the social media channels that are driving success for your business.
- Which metrics you should be monitoring.
- Why more blogging doesn’t necessarily mean better blogging.
- How cutting down your press releases and increasing your blog posts can help you attract valuable readers and links.
Now is the best time to look at your marketing activities and evaluate what’s working for you, and what isn’t. Cutting some of the ineffective tactics listed in our ebook will give you the necessary bandwidth to pursue new marketing strategies. The best thing you can do for your small business’ marketing is to constantly evaluate your efforts to get the most out of your time and budget.
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