Events make brands alive. Whether aimed at inspiring a workforce or strengthening customer loyalty, triggering action from sales prospects or educating an audience; all the events cater to one emotion – ‘human emotion’. It is also important that the attendees/delegates must find these events engaging. Obtaining feedback on the event from attendees/delegates is important to
“Lead people with what they want. – Lead with what they’ve already said. – Lead people from where they’re at. – Lead them with the things that concern them.” – Sandi Krakowski As business owners, we are always looking for ways to increase our sales. After all, sales are the driving force for any company.
For any business to thrive, whether a startup or a multinational organization, an effective marketing strategy is absolutely critical. This serves as a crucial road map for the entire business. It is clear that social media is gradually becoming the backbone for effective marketing because of the number of social media users and the integral
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You’ve come up with this brilliant product, you can’t wait any longer and are ready to launch! But how do you make sure that it’s meant to make you money? Here’s when product/market fit comes to play. Invest 10 minutes to learn how to achieve product/market fit right now, and enjoy the results of a successful launch later on.
A strategic marketing plan is an essential part of the app development process that ensures its success. Here are the best marketing practices to implement in your marketing strategy to make it successful.
Trying to attract customers, brands use various fine-spun techniques. But what customers need is a product that would meet their needs. Adaptive marketing is an answer. Making personalized offers to each of the market segments drive conversion rates high and create loyal-to-brand customers.
Having planned 10 things done in a day, but coping with only 3 of them and criticizing yourself for being lazy. Seems familiar? Check tips on how to become productive and use your resources effectively without being overwhelmingly busy every time someone asks you out.
When making a software product, useability and quality are two of the most important factors. This is especially true when dealing with critical systems such as health data (like our MedManage app does) and it is extremely valuable to research best practices and work directly with professionals. Let me show you how.