Every year, marketers are bombarded with new marketing terms that promise to lead them to the hottest trends and fastest results. That’s how words like “disruption,” “growth hacking,” and “actionable insights” become as oft-used as “low-hanging fruit” and “let’s take this offline.” But do they really mean anything?
Picture this scene: You’ve come up with the perfect blog post topic or idea for a new addition to your website. So you sit down at the computer and start writing. And before you know it, you’ve been on a typing rampage for an hour and the piece is complete. But you’re probably missing one thing…
Are you sure this is what your audience wants to read? And if so, how are they going to get there?
With the boom of online retailers such as Amazon and Walmart, the ecommerce landscape has grown exponentially over the past few years. And in order to keep up with the big-box stores, smaller online retailers need to find a way to disrupt and cut through the clutter. Here’s where inbound marketing can make or break your brand.