Curiosity marketing is related to scarcity marketing. It’s about leaving your audience wanting more – so much so that they perform a desired action. That action might be signing up for a newsletter, clicking a link to view your content, or even making a purchase. Marketers create curiosity in their audiences by creating a gap between what consumers know and what they want to know. They do this by providing information in small bits to maintain interest.
CRM software company SuperOffice recently publish a report on the state of B2B email marketing, and found that B2B companies are lagging behind in the adoption of email marketing. SuperOffice cites email marketing as the […]
E-mail remains a strong and relevant marketing tool in 2017 due to continual technological advancements and the increased use of e-mail on mobile devices.
Creating an effective Black Friday or Cyber Monday marketing strategy is imperative for most companies, as nearly 20 percent of annual sales are accrued from the holiday season.
Now that a little bit of the dust has settled from Black Friday and Cyber Monday, its appropriate to step back and ask, “How did everyone do?” Did consumers find value in the avalanche of […]