It can be easy to get lost in the excitement and possibility presented by MA – resigned to dream of some mix of cutting-edge technology and technical wizardry just beyond your grasp. For all the bells and whistles, it’s important to recognize the foundation for what it is, for what it’s always been: marketing.
The number of marketing leaders that are having difficulties finding the talent they need has risen 320% since 2014 according to the American Marketing Association. As consumer behavior, technology, and burden of accountability facing marketing leaders evolve, how do you find the talent necessary to help you stay ahead of the curve?
Google changes its search algorithm upwards of 500 times a year. Search engines are so focused on giving users the best, most relevant content that an effective SEO strategy must now account for more than 200 variables in the Google Algorithm.
The goal of the customer-first strategy map is to help marketing leaders set goals and document their strategy with a specific focus on the audience. It’s not another persona template or content strategy. It’s a foundational piece that combines elements that can help you better understand and navigate strategic decisions as you build your roadmap.