More than anything, we want to find out what’s holding you back from achieving your business goals. We’d like to fully understand your current marketing strategy, the challenges your company is facing, and most importantly, determine what we can do to help.
First we all rode the traditional, well-charted current of outbound marketing; now we have new-wave inbound marketing crackling in, shaking us up and making us do things differently. That's a lot of currents to decipher. The trick is interfusion – the joining or mixing (two or more things) together.
Social media plays a crucial role in today’s modern day living, it acts as an important tool for people to stay up to date with what is going on in the world and has become a fundamental source of customer communication for companies.
Did you kick off 2016 with all the best intentions for implementing an inbound marketing strategy, setting SMART goals and (more importantly) achieving them? The next step is finding ways to monitor your progress against these targets throughout the year.
If you are looking for a marketing agency that works, look beneath the bonnet – check core values and drill down for evidence to substantiate claims. Do your homework: ask questions, make phone calls, send emails, gumshoe your way across the internet.
bandv is adept at taking new businesses and painting their name high. Take Inspired Interiors, a local business that, in just three years, has secured its share of the South Coast interior design, refurbishment and decoration scene.
A colleague here at bandv spotted this fantastically useful infographic on Sitepoint's website. As soon as I saw it, I just knew that we had to share it! It's a very clear, easy to digest guide for clients to help with understanding the website development process and just how much though and planning should be going into the development of their shiny new website. It also doubles as a rather good guide as to why a cheap, 'off the shelf' website may ultimately prove to be a false economy.
Steering the sales team, developing marketing campaigns and reporting on sales revenue is a balancing act for any marketer. You have to stay on top of your game and quickly determine what's working and what isn’t to be able to adapt or change your marketing strategy.