Focusing on client relations while on the job is a form of marketing. Get to know your clients as people, and your one-time project will open doors of opportunity.

Seeing a public agency's budget information is one major step forward in positioning for RFPs, and it's well worth the effort to obtain them.

Market research techniques—like conducting a feasibility study—can make a world of difference in ensuring future decisions for the firm are not just meditated, but based on real information.

Journey mapping allows for a comprehensive view of client interaction with the firm, and using the technique opens up avenues for an informed approach to market research. In other words, it can be invaluable.

Traditional planning sessions typically begin with previous years’ plans and budgets as a benchmark, but with the unpredictability of the past few years, should we rely on that information?Absolutely not! Getting your entire firm involved in market research is the key to planning for unpredictability. 

Marketing Coordinators' highest priority is the internal and technical staff at their firm. Learn what to focus on in order to address their needs.

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.

Technical professionals allow for marketing to really tackle the reception of each project by providing the detailed challenges, solutions, and benefits—simple, but tried and true.

Finance, human resource, management, and operations leaders are all major factors of a smooth marketing campaign. Understanding their roles in marketing objectives allows for firm-wide, ALL IN marketing to work on another level.

Organization is a top-down priority, starting with example and commitment. An organized system benefits everyone, but for the marketing department in particular, it is crucial.

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