Here are some of the insights we’ve gained about the right way to budget for a website – in galactic terms.
Posts about Budget Planning
Check out our easy-to-understand guide to help you make the most of your marketing budget (regardless of how big it is).
The ugly truth is that marketing plans suck. This year, leave the heavy three-ringed binder behind.
How much time does a prospect spend on your B2B website? You know the saying: “Never judge a book by its cover”? It may be a strong life philosophy, but it’s not an accurate description of online user behavior. The truth is that snap judgments are a fact of life. And they have huge implications […]
The following post is the third in our series on “Outsourced Marketing.” In Part 1, The Market we looked at the marketing landscape for businesses that need help with marketing. In Part 2, we provided a framework for selecting the right-fit marketing professional. In the final installment, we deliver a guide for evaluating when it […]
The following post is the second in our series on “Outsourced Marketing.” In Part 1, The Market we looked at the marketing landscape for businesses that need help with marketing. In Part 2, we provide a framework for selecting the right-fit marketing professional. Outsourcing: A Buyer’s Guide Now that you know the options in the […]
As businesses begin to recover from the recession, many are using this time to ask hard questions about exactly how they run their organization. For better or worse, the downturn forced many owners to downsize their internal teams and restructure which roles would be handled by employees and what duties could be outsourced. In this […]
The Portland American Marketing Association has officially kicked off a monthly column for the Daily Journal of Commerce, a local publication focused on the Portland building and construction market. I was fortunate to be the first column contributor, and was asked to discuss how companies can start rebuilding their marketing capacity, as many companies are […]