Marketing ideas for a IT support company

Hi all, I work for an IT support company and run their marketing. I manage the company website, social media and graphic design. I feel like I've brought a lot to the company but I want to do more. There isn't a marketing budget, and it feels like I've exhausted a lot of my organic efforts. So far I have… – Produce new blogs every month – which rank highly for some relevant search terms – Posted consistently on social media – Created short videos about computer tips you can use day to day I'd like to do something that drives a lot of new business through phone calls or emails. My ideas have been social media ads, google AdWords …

Best GIF Making App for Business?

I’d like to start making gifs for posts for my business social media. Which is the best app? I don’t mind paying. I’m not looking for seamless animation but would be happy with blocky frames, for example I saw a gif from a local restaurant today where someone places a plate of food on a table (3 frames), the plate rotates (4 frames), then floating text scrolled up describing the dish with a tagline (this part was pretty seamless), then the business logo appeared. All up, maybe a 10 second gif. Anyone have an recommendations on the easiest way to make this kind of gif on the go with just a photos and text? Cheers. EDIT: I’d like to add …

Just got an internship. How can I make the most of this experience?

I'm starting a marketing internship next week. Specifically, I'll be working under the head of SEO/PPC operations; lots of data analysis, I'm anticipating, but also working on the blog and social media too. I have experience in marketing and design for music/YouTube/social media, so that's what made an impression on them I think. I'll be starting college this year, and I'm kinda surprised I got the offer when I know there are marketing graduates that applied. I'm very grateful. What should be my takeaway these coming 60-90 days, and how can I make the most of this experience to put me in a better position down the road? I applied for this position because a. I like the company, and …

About to start a job as remarketing designer – I need resource!

Hi. As the title says, I'm about to start a job as a remarketing designer. I think I have a pretty good idea what it is and what I'm going to do. Besides that, I have experience with UI design and also know how to write front-end. I find it hard to find any great articles or researches that are published by professional remarketing designers. I'd like to dig deep and learn more about the tools that are used, read more about experiences, psychology and everything that a remarketing. designer should know. I'd also love to chat with someone who's on the same job or has been on one. Thanks! submitted by /u/mindaugaspizdaukas [link] [comments] Read more: …

What’s in a job title? A marketer by any other name would still smell so…

I’m up for a raise and contract renegotiation soon. My manager said I should give some thought on whether I would like a title change. This would largely be symbolic and really just for resume purposes as my job description and duties would remain the same. As of now I am the Digital Marketing Coordinator on a 3-man marketing team for a $25 mil/yr company. My duties include but are not limited to: – All graphic design (print and digital) – web design and maintenance – SEO – Content creation (blog articles and videos) – Social media (posts and ad campaigns) – Digital advertising – Aid in planning and attending networking events Ever heard of being spread thin? 🙂 The …

[ASK] which one is better for enterprise? Eloqua, marketo, hubspot, exponea, omnisend

Hi, I am looking for marketing automation platform that is suitable for company with characteristic below 1. enterprise with millions of customers. 2. mobile app focused 3. Fintech Been browsing for options on g2crowd.com and some threads here on reddit and some of the names that caught the attention are 1. Eloqua 2. Marketo 3. Hubspot 4. Exponea 5. Omnisend Some of the capabilities that I am looking for are but not limited to 1. Email, SMS, and in app notification automation 2. A/B test for email, SMS, push notification, landing pages 3. Customer Segmentation 4. Analytics 5. Collaboration 6. Sync with Calendar 7. User permission setting 8. Email Design helper 9. Ability to have data reside on premise if …