I’ve been focusing a lot on how to plan, build and deploy relationship marketing campaigns as part of an integrated marketing strategy. As you can see, the idea is to start simple and build over time, always mindful of your target buyer’s behavior throughout their buyer journey. By doing so, prospects are more likely to…
Marketers working in the trenches can often be skeptical when it comes to considering adopting another “new” strategy. These tips will help you to get your relationship marketing strategy adopted and running efficiently.
Discover how relationship marketing works by shifting the focus away from single conversion events to a more cohesive, integrated process that guides customers on their journey from awareness to loyalty.
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Integrated marketing tips to help small businesses setup, execute, and measure holistic marketing programs across the entire customer life-cycle.