Marketing can be a scary word for many businesses. And that word has many equally frightening and confusing terms that go along with it, like inbound marketing, interruption marketing, content marketing, digital marketing, and many more. No need to feel overwhelmed, though; we can simplify it and explain how these elements can help expand your […]Read Inbound and Outbound Marketing and Your Growth Strategy
UPDATE: The position has been filled by the talented and helpful Isabel! Thanks to everyone who applied. Brand Llama is looking for a junior project manager. Someone with a passion for organization and helping businesses grow. Please contact us and apply if… You are: In the Philadelphia area (no relocation and no remote) Interested in experiencing […]Read Position Filled: Junior Project Manager
On May 25th, 2018, the European Union’s (“EU”) General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) goes into effect and it may shift the way you collect data, manage user information, and market to prospects even if you are not intentionally marketing to people in Europe. Despite the fact that the GDPR is complex, the use of the […]Read GDPR and Your Business
With digital disrupting every industry and every job function, it is no wonder that marketing has become agile. Annual plans have given way to quarterly plans that usually end up getting scrapped for whatever is going on right now. Every marketing team is doing some form of agile or reactive marketing. In fact, a marketing team that can turn on a dime is critical to an organization’s growth.Read Avoiding the Pitfalls of Reactive Marketing
Anyone can fall victim to shiny object syndrome. In fact, at some point in our lives, we’re almost all guilty of it. However, in the context of B2B organizations, it is most damaging when senior team members are the culprits. Marketing teams aren’t the only department subject to this kind of pressure.Read How to Stop Shiny Object Syndrome in B2B Marketing
In order to discuss this all too common problem in many organizations, we must first offer a broad definition of panic marketing. To Brand Llama, panic marketing is just as the name implies—marketing teams that operate in a constantly reactive state.Read Growth, Brand and Retention Problems? You Might Be Panic Marketing.
In the manufacturing industry, as with every other sector of business, technology is changing the way products are developed, produced and distributed. In fact, according to the findings from the RSM Monitor survey of C-level manufacturing executives, technology is expected to fuel top-line growth and boost profits. Executives are also depending on technology to connect […]Read Manufacturing Companies are Tech Companies
Agencies try to help marketers with their brand and their pipeline. Marketers are usually the main source of income for agencies. It should be a mutually beneficial partnership. Why then, when you google I hate my ad agency, does it return 27,900,000 results? Finding a Great Advertising / Marketing Agency Let’s review an all too […]Read Help! I hate my ad (or marketing) agency!
A little spring cleaning can go a long way. For us, that means cleaning up our site via a simple website audit. This includes many minor tasks that add up to a fresh start for our content, site organization, and how we present ourselves to our visitors, customers, and the world in general.Read A Little Spring Cleaning