P laced beside Marketing, HR feels like the less famous department. HR leaders are mostly relegated to managing policies and cultural initiatives, whilst Marketers seem to get all the fun out of creative projects. But there are so many benefits to be had from the collaboration of Human Resources and Marketing departments including more effective implementation, better productivity and huge amounts innovation.
There is one thing certain when it comes to marketing, it doesn’t happen instantly! There are many different factors that make marketing a success, from social media advertising to shop front signage and good shop aesthetics. Not to mention, the ability to deliver amazing customer service to your existing customers. But good marketing takes time and many people expect marketing departments or agencies to work absolute marketing magic in a very short amount of time.
I am so grateful that every issue of The Source affords me the opportunity to squeeze some knowhow into this wonderful, 500-word forum. This week I am not wasting anytime or space … if you are stuck for ideas on what to post next, here are 15 awesome ideas to help you market your business on social media.
Google is often the first point of contact between a customer and a business.
For anyone who has started a business or simply has a business idea bubbling up inside them, it is perfectly natural to feel worried about a number of things. Growing a new business from the seed of an idea is tough and I have huge admiration for anyone who develops a business idea and then takes the next step to bring it to market.