Marketing and Business Development leadership will spend their time looking at six major factors in order to achieve a well-rounded, all-encompassing marketing program.
Through storytelling, presentations make an impact; through constructive meetings, support, and go-getter preparation, the presentation story will be seamless.
Organization is key with proposal strategies. When the proposal team knows their roles, responsibilities, and deadlines, the rest is much easier to manage.
Social media marketing needs a balance of diversity and consistency to be at its most effective—that means new content within a reliable plan and system. Consider both the big picture and the minutia to create social media feeds that your followers can rely on.
A firm’s marketing leader is responsible for leading the website development team, and there are many factors to juggle. Simplifying those processes into ten steps will help development progress from a slow walk to a smooth run.
In order to quickly and accurately communicate your brand to others, you need to know it from inside and out. With Vision, Voice, Visuals, and Values, you'll be able to hit the four biggest facets to ensuring your brand is known. From there, you're already on the pathway to creating the brand guidelines that will make your company come together.
By prioritizing the direction of your public relations plan, you can ensure you are getting the return on investment (ROI) expected from your firm leaders. It may be hard to determine which efforts will be most rewarding for your firm. Pick the tactics that will work best with your marketing strategies, within your budget and timeframe.
Professional friendships are built upon a number of valuable facets—reliability, availability, proactivity, and so forth. A good way to get closer to people no matter the setting is by asking questions. Tweak these however you like, but here are some conversation points to get the ball rolling with your clients – current or potential.
Client Perception Surveys aren’t just about learning how you need to improve – it’s more important to discover where your firm excels. Why not learn your differentiators directly from the ones who know what they are - your clients?
Strategic marketing research is critical in identifying opportunities before they reach the Request for Proposal (RFP) stage. Learn ways to utilize public resources like a capital improvement plan (CIP) to spot trends, discover leads, and develop realistic marketing plans.
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