Every business needs to build and expand their customer database, and software can help you do so. At JDR Group, we often recommend HubSpot – a platform that implements intuitive, practical tools and has an impressive track record of enabling successful growth for thousands of diverse businesses.
This client approached us with a casual interest in digital marketing. With a new budget excess, the client decided to shift focus and see what a new image could do for them. As a specialist in thermal engineering this business designs, manufactures, installs and supports heat treatment products.
Websites are not like fine wines – they don’t age gracefully. If your website is more than a few years old and you haven’t had it updated, the likelihood is it will look tired and out-of-date at best and lacking in functionality at worst. Older websites often need a complete redesign rather than tweaking around the edges, and this can be a considerable investment.
Marketing has most definitely evolved over the past 5 decades, with new ideas and theories developing yearly from a variety of different academic scholars and strategists alike. For this reason identifying which tools are best suited for your marketing message are crucial. This article seeks to explain which traditional marketing theories exist and which contemporary marketing theories you should consider in the future.
The Digital Prosperity Podcast is the show for small- to medium-sized businesses who want to get more enquiries, increase conversion and, ultimately, get more customers.
The world is flooded with new technology products and software to help with sales, marketing and customer service. But with so many different solutions out there, it can be hard to know which ones are worth the investment.
For those of you who are looking into new technology, you may have come across the inbound marketing giant HubSpot, which is used by 52,000 customers in over 100 countries. But is it worth the investment for your company?
Would you like to see the return on your marketing investment? Or evaluate how good your sales team are at upselling existing customers? Or even understand how loyal your customers are?
Whenever customers are looking to purchase a new product or service, they can often be skeptical about the feature and benefits of this, along with the price too. This is usually exaggerated when customers are looking into entering a long-term contract. In these cases, simply reassuring the customer may not be enough, and our experts at JDR have found that it is often better to show customers rather than tell them. The best way to do this is through the use of case studies, showing the benefits of your product and services to customers, as well as offering quantifiable and empirical results.
By the time an email lands in a potential customer's inbox, you've done a lot of work. Getting them to sign up or register interest, cultivating and calculating the perfect introductory or promotional deal, as well as designing a stunningly enticing message filled with excellent copy and clever wordplay.
Humans have an incredibly powerful connection to stories. It seems that, evolutionarily, they're a key part of how our brains developed. To this day, stories have the potential to be the best way for people to understand even complex data in an evocative, memorable way. In a digital world, there are more ways to share powerful stories than ever before.