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The Future Of Demand Marketing

Keep Your Marketing Efforts Afloat With Demand Marketing.

Don’t lose your sea legs when you start thinking about customer acquisition and marketing. Using an integrated mix of traditional and digital marketing techniques, what we call Demand Marketing, will deliver you to your destination without running your ship aground.

Ahoy Mateys! Demand Marketing is as easy as relating all the pieces to parts of a ship. You’ll know your hull from your bow and your ROI from your PR once you finish reading this chart. Set your compass and head south. Time to embark on a great journey!

Keep Your Marketing Efforts Afloat With Demand Marketing

Thank you Renée for sharing your insightful infographic with us. It is very important to have all three parts of demand marketing in place…

  • by becoming an expert in your field,
  • building more meaningful online relationships and
  • connecting with a larger audience.

Only then will you be able to propel your business and get your products and services noticed online.

Renee WarrenRenée Warren is the Co-Founder of Onboardly, a company that works with funded technology startups that have a product their customers love.

Often referred to as a ‘geek in stilettos’, Renée has been an entrepreneur since she was 17 years old.

Having run a successful restaurant at such a young age, she quickly learned the necessary skills and tactics needed to promote her companies. Her belief that one must always measure content strategy against a benchmark – i.e.: customer acquisition – is perhaps what has led her to achieve time and tested results with startups she’s worked with in the past and moving forward. Read more article by Renee here.

Is your ‘Marketing Ship’ build the right way? Please share your experiences or questions in the comment section below.

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2 Responses to The Future Of Demand Marketing

  • I think that the term “expert in your field” is used very loosely these days. For myself to even consider adding that title to my name felt a little overwhelming. By making that claim I was opening myself up to people asking me specific questions about my field. I needed to be able to answer them not only in timely fashion but in a knowledgable way as well. It took me years to get to this point and I read more than three books. lol

    • This is very true Jack! A lot of online ‘experts’ will come up short if they’re ever put to the test in the real world. Face to face interaction with customers makes it a lot harder for several reasons. One is that you can’t use google to find a solution before giving an answer when the person is standing in front of you.

      Thank you very much for taking the time to comment. What is your field of expertise, if you don’t mind me asking?

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