Marketing

Don’t shortcut your marketing. Make meaningful connections with your customers.

Navigating an increasingly competitive and complex landscape of platforms and outlets can be overwhelming. Don’t do it alone. I help businesses develop and execute a plan that fits their unique audience. This plan hinges upon clear, measurable goals and pivots your brand away from the status quo, positioning you to stand out from the crowd and engage prospects.

Our work together might include:

  • Content marketing
  • Sales funnel development
  • Discovery engine optimization
  • Email marketing
  • Social media management

Enhance the voice of your brand. Work with me and my team today. Contact me to learn more.

Blog, Marketing

The Future of Organic Marketing and Facebook

January 31, 2018 • By

The internet marketing world collectively panicked when Mark Zuckerberg announced changes to how Facebook would display content to users. You should read the post in its entirety, but this paragraph is likely what triggered worried phone calls and emails:

“As we roll this out, you’ll see less public content like posts from businesses, brands, and media. And the public content you see more will be held to the same standard — it should encourage meaningful interactions between people.” (emphasis is mine)

For many businesses, social media marketing—and therefore Facebook, given its size—is a key element of their marketing mix. The idea that an algorithm change would automatically make your Facebook marketing less effective is naturally alarming, but the unbridled panic may not be justified. Your business can still leverage social media marketing to drive retention, acquisition, and revenue, but your social media strategy is going to have to change.

Blog, Marketing

Content Marketing Everything You Wish You Could Say

January 16, 2018 • By

Content marketing is an extension of your sales process.

Content marketing is a broad term that can describe everything from television shows to email campaigns. For someone working in this space—hello, that’s me!—this makes content marketing exciting and interesting. The variety makes each marketing mix unique and opens the door to a huge swath of creative potential.

For clients, the folks deciding whether or not use content marketing, that same broadness can be confusing and crippling. Many times, when there are so many things that you could do, the response can often be to do nothing. Analysis paralysis, feeling overwhelmed—however you describe it, more choice is not always a good thing.

Blog, Marketing

5 Reasons Why Your Blog is a Failure

October 24, 2017 • By

When I talk to business owners about content marketing, their initial reaction is often to say, “Oh, like blogging?” which is shortly followed by “We tried blogging. It was a waste of time.” They aren’t being mean. Running a blog is a time-consuming process, and for it to produce no measurable return is understandably frustrating. The reality of blogging—a small facet of what content marketing encompasses—is that the vast majority of business blogs are abject failures.

To blame for these failures is a range of common mistakes and misconceptions of what a blog should do or how it should add value to a business. Even if blogging is a clear opportunity for your business, executing a blogging strategy incorrectly will do nothing but drain budget.

Blog, Marketing, Podcast

Eric Perelman – Nartak Media Group

September 29, 2017 • By

In this episode, Marshal sits down to interview Eric Perelman, the owner of Nartak Media, a Pittsburgh-based advertising and media buying agency. Marshal and Eric talk about the role of traditional media in a digital world and Eric’s inside perspective on how businesses can better leverage advertising. To learn more about Eric and his work visit: http://www.nartakmediagroup.com/