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Like many things “marketing” the answer is: “It depends”. Another question is “Do you like gambling?” I personally don’t gamble. I don’t think it’s wrong. I think it’s stupid and expensive. When it comes to our clients, they don’t pay us to gamble with their money. That’s where research comes in. Today we are unwinding the value of marketing research and asking the hard questions to help you figure out if research is right for your situation.
Thought leadership refers to the position of being a recognized and authoritative source of innovative and influential ideas within a particular industry, field, or subject. A thought leader is someone who is considered an expert and visionary in their area of expertise and who often drives conversations, shapes opinions, and influences the direction of that field.
Working with interns can be heaven or hell – that’s up to you. Today we share our experiences with interns, why you should consider working with them and mistakes we’ve learned over the years.
I wish I had a nickel for every time I’ve had a client insist that “Price is the most important thing to customers!” According to thousands of research projects, they are simply wrong. When you ask clients what matters most, eventually they’ll mention price, but it’s generally not their #1 priority.
Today we’re going to talk about the most boring of all boring subjects – money! Specifically how to tie the marketing budget to the outcome – what we call “Marketing Return on Investment or MROI”.