“If you have to do it more than once, it’s worth automating” is often a phrase that’s spoken – but I find not really taken to heart in workplaces. There’s any number of reasons that automation isn’t executed (and I think as a result innovation) in workplaces: The way to find the value of anContinue reading “How to Find The Value of Automating Work”
Now here’s a claim. “Gartner found CMOs utilising 70% of their martech stack’s capabilities were achieving 20% better marketing return on investment than their peers.” To be fair, I can see there’s a correlation but it’s not a causal relationship I don’t think. A couple of things that strike me on this.
A lead score model is a hypothesis, a guess, a nexus of the decisions you expect your sales, marketing, demand generation teams to make, and shows the priorities of your business. If you’re lacking in qualified leads, you may have a problem with the following: It’s always good to get in a room periodically, takeContinue reading “Lead Score Modelling”
What’s different between Booking.com emails a year apart? See how they’ve dealt with the change in global travel habits from 2019 – 2020
My first serious attempt at a website included a weekly newsletter that I would send out of Outlook Express (!) with a maximum of 50 people at a time. It was just a weekly wrap of interesting links and design thoughts around the Internet – and I had loads of fun doing it. Since then,Continue reading “Newsletter as a Business”
As someone once said, April 1st is the one day of the year that people actually check to see if what they’re being told on the Internet is true. It’s a great day for companies wanting to engage their customers and have a little bit of fun – and while it has in latter yearsContinue reading “April Fools Content Marketing”