Lead Dog Marketing Consultants, Selecting the Right Marketing Partner

Selecting the Right Marketing Partner

Let’s face it, selecting the right marketing partner is tough. Choosing the wrong one can cause your organization to fall behind in meeting its annual growth plans. With so much pressure on CMOs and Marketing Directors in today’s complex business environment, it’s no wonder that the selection process becomes arduous and tedious. To ease the way, here[…]

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Why You Should Avoid DIY Marketing

Running A Business Is Challenging, Don’t Make It Impossible. Startups and small businesses–whether B2B or B2C–are usually run by do-it-yourself style people. They are hard working, proud individuals that know their business. For most, their business is 24/7, even if the operating hours are 9-5. While, this isn’t a bad thing, it doesn’t lend itself[…]

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Getting Results With Your Content Marketing

Content marketing, it’s the soup du jour in marketing. Ask almost anyone in marketing and they’re likely to recommend that you create content marketing pieces. But do you really know what content marketing is, or more importantly, how to produce it so that it gets you the desired results? According to the Content Marketing Institute,[…]

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What’s Old Is New Again

Lessons Learned From David Ogilvy Still Ring True David Ogilvy was an advertising legend, the “Father of Advertising,” easily on the Mt. Rushmore of the industry. His life spanned from 1911 to 1999, with his career spanning mostly from 1938-1973. His books were required reading in business, marketing and advertising classes. His advertising campaigns were iconic.[…]

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Setting Your Marketing Budget

Are You Struggling With The Right Marketing Budget Allocation? Many businesses, whether large or small, often struggle with allocating the right amount to marketing. But how do you go about setting the marketing budget? Allocate too much, you probably won’t get the return on investment that you were hoping for. Allocate too little, you limit yourself from[…]

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