24th February 2017

Why Do Your Marketing Efforts Fail?

It’s a question that many marketing directors, business owners, and product developers ask themselves. Why does marketing fail? After all, we’ve all experienced disappointment in our own marketing efforts. So the question naturally arises, what are some of the underlying causes that lead to such failures? Perhaps more fundamentally, are these efforts truly failures, or do you simply have unrealistic expectations? Are you confusing marketing with sales? Or perhaps your efforts are simply unfocused or intermittent? In this week’s episode of The Everyday Marketer, we discuss the subject that nobody dares broach: why does marketing fail?  

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Ask EXERTUS… What is the Difference Between Marketing and Sales?

In what we hope will become a recurring series, with _Ask EXERTUS…_, we set out to answer some of the commonly asked questions (or commonly addressed topics) brought up by our clients and peers. In our first installment, we set out to answer the age-old question: What is the difference between marketing and sales? Below, we delve into the differences between marketing and sales to help you better understand how each fits into your organization. Answer: Yes, there is definitely a divide between the two. Though they’re often confused for each other, and in fact, many business owners make this…

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The Everyday Marketer – Episode 1: Why Video?

What does it mean to be an everyday marketer in today’s world? Join us in our new video series as we tackle this very question and more. We’re setting out to have a conversation on the topics, ideas, and concepts that matter most to individuals just like you. Why Video? When it came down to strategizing and looking at our content marketing plan going into 2017, it just kept staring us in the face. It felt more like a why not rather than a why? Yes video yields better search engine results, higher retention rates, stronger consumer attention and higher…

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