Quick tips on writing effective marketing copy, defining your audience and delivering a great customer experience in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdown.
Issue 04 / June 2021
It’s true: digital marketing can be tedious and time consuming, but it’s a lot easier when you begin with the right strategy.
For instance, spending too much time on to-do-list tasks doesn’t let you provide maximum value to your customers or clients - the kind that comes from thinking about solutions to their needs and pains.
With today’s marketing automation technology, you can leave the repetitive grunt work of marketing to apps and software, so you and your team can apply more creativity, thoughtfulness and humanity to your deliverables.
Ask yourself if there’s a tool or process that can automate your redundant tasks or let us know if you’d like any ideas.
Disclaimer: This content was prepared for Don Miller by MAGgy, MadAveGroup’s artificial intelligence bot.
Director, TouchStone Digital
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