Hi! I’m Melissa and I’m an account manager here at Stratagon. I wanted to talk a little bit about agency and client relationships and why it’s key to work hand in hand together for better success.
As a strategic partner, Stratagon is an extension of our clients. It’s important that your agency plays an integral role in your business strategy and is influential in driving business results.
In the age of design bloggers, HGTV and weekend DIY decorators, influencer marketing is one of the most powerful tools in the furniture and textile industry.
As we all know, Software as a Service (SaaS) has grown to be a mountain of an industry, creating opportunities in the marketplace that is anticipated to grow astronomically- to $75.7 billion by 2020. The demand continues to heighten as both consumers and business services rely more and more on the power and capabilities for day-to-day continuity.
Water parks with lazy rivers, recreation centers with spas and state-of-the art fitness equipment, rock-climbing walls, bowling alleys, and movie theaters…these are just a few of the amenities college campuses have built into their footprint to attract and retain students.
Trade show planning and closing the loop doesn’t begin after the trade show. The key to consistently closing the loop with leads is planning. Remember that famous quote from Benjamin Franklin: “Failing to plan is planning to fail"? That is the key to most victories, especially trade show success and return on investment.
There are way too many pages now creating way too much content for way too many people, and unfortunately, that means that there is a ton of competition and limited real estate for prime organic visibility.
SO you can’t fault Facebook for the fact that they are simply trying to make sure that interactions are meaningful and that users are only seeing the best, most relevant content catered to them. This makes the user experience unique, and honestly is the premise behind the methodology of inbound, an engaging digital content strategy.
As a business owner, are you contemplating partnering with an agency to increase your company’s marketing effort to boost your brand recognition and to generate new leads?
Where do you start: contact an agency, hire a new associate to focus on just that, or take a go at it yourself?
Either way, you need to start with evaluating your most important asset and the center of your marketing efforts – your website! A website was originally created in the early 2000’s as a place holder and extension of the Yellow Pages for customers to look you up. Now, websites have morphed into a tool, and yours should be the hardest working sales tool that you have. It works 24/7 without complaining or charging overtime!
Here are a few tips and tricks that we consider to be website auditing 101 or 'the basics' to determine if your website meets today’s tough standards.
So, you're looking into chatbots. Understandable. According to a survey by Oracle, 20% of organizations were piloting chatbots in 2017, while 32% were planning to use them by the end of the year. Chatbots may very well be the next big thing in online customer experience, which is great! Chatbots allow you to have personalized one-on-one conversations with your prospects about what they care about when THEY are ready with questions.
It goes without saying that the higher education recruitment process has experienced major upheaval in the past decade. As a result of the decline in effectiveness of traditional advertising techniques, a shift in how applications
are completed (now over ninety percent online), and prospective students’ ability to readily access outside testimonials and reviews, it’s no surprise that institutions are shifting to an inbound approach to nurture student relations and deliver valuable content to engage students.
On May 25th, 2018 the European Union’s General data protection regulation (GDPR) took effect. You may be asking yourself, what does that have to do with me? I’m a furniture manufacturer located in the United States. How can an EU law affect my business?
You’re not alone. In a recent survey conducted by Sage, 91% of American businesses lacked awareness surrounding details of the GDPR. 84% of those surveyed don’t understand the implications for their specific businesses.