We’ve all heard of Snapchat (it’s the one with short messages and video that disappear after a short time), and if you’re a business-to-consumer (B2C) company with a young audience, it’s getting easier and easier to utilize this platform with your marketing. However, I think it’s fair to say that a majority of companies who… Read more »
There are a lot of job posting websites in the world today, and you’ve probably heard names like Indeed, Glassdoor and ZipRecruiter (maybe you’ve even tried them). Here’s another name to consider: LinkedIn. You’ve always known that it’s a great place for business professionals to network and share their career achievements, but you may not… Read more »
In the summer of 2020, the Anchor Marketing team will move out of our current building and instead serve clients from anywhere we have an internet connection. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Anchor Marketing had temporarily made this transition in March of 2020, and the resulting work and customer response have been so positive that… Read more »
If you lead the sales effort for your company, you’re often trying to start conversations with prospects who you’ve never met in-person. Making those connections over the past couple of months without face time at trade events, trade shows or drop-ins has been twice as hard. How can you convince people to be interested in… Read more »
If your company relies on trade shows as a source of sales leads, you’ll want to continue reading this. Within the past few weeks, nearly every trade show from now through June has been cancelled. As a result, trade show promoters, trade organizations and even some marketing companies are scrambling to offer alternative “virtual” trade… Read more »
Webinars actually have some advantages over in-person meetings.
Find partners who are more interested in learning about your business and less interested in trying to sell you something.