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Published By: Sparxoo
Published Date: Dec 21, 2016
With a new year upon us, it's time to put out Nostradamus hat on and give our best predictions for 2017. It's time for a fresh perspective as you look at your marketing plans and /make sure your initiatives are aligned for success. Our digital marketing gurus have pulled insights and trends together to give you insider secrets on digital marketing and how can you get a leg up on your competition. Why? Because we dig digital, and want to spread the love.
B2B marketers, like their B2C colleagues, have diligently worked at perfecting the art of shaping customer and prospect perceptions. They have years of experience developing precisely targeted communications comprised of finely tuned content directed at the specific audiences they want to influence. Traditional brand marketing requires the engineering of messages that engender the right impressions about the company’s products in the marketplace. The traditional art of branding has grown and flourished for many years. But that’s all begun to change.