Online surveys are cost-effective, convenient and instantaneous. While you may forfeit some research integrity, you gain the ability to take a quick pulse of your customer base and learn what you’re doing right or wrong. Plus, you get the added benefit of demonstrating to your customers that you care about their opinions.
Breaking into a new market can be extremely difficult—and also discouraging if you’re relying on cold calls. One way to reach businesses and residents in a specific area is with geofencing. It’s affordable, highly targeted, and softens many of the barriers encountered with door-to-door sales.
Whether you’re building a new website or redesigning an existing one, you’re about to embark on a significant undertaking.
America’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.7 percent in September 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While the lowest jobless rate in nearly 50 years bodes well for candidates and suggests that business is good, it presents challenges for employers.
Every business needs marketing, but not every business is able to staff and retain a full-time marketing team. Some will hire a marketing manager or coordinator, who will then need a team around them. Even large companies that do have their own marketing departments often turn to outsourcing.