After rapid transitions to online learning models and months of crisis communications, marketers in higher education are all ready for the pandemic to be over...though it’s unfortunately still evolving. Despite these challenges, universities are determined to find a way to forge ahead. We sat down with Elise Perachio of University of Washington and...
In a crisis, it's hard to find the right marketing message that isn't tone-deaf, comes across as genuine, and provides value and impact. The feeling of, "what can I say that would have any meaning?" is real. In this post, we provide practical examples of how organizations have adjusted their message to communicate their brand message with grace.
There’s a lot of buzz surrounding “digital transformation,” especially with businesses forced into remote work teams. While it sounds forward-thinking, the issue that arises is that the definition is a bit murky – and when actually defined it seems to vary quite a bit from organization to organization. Regardless, there is undeniably a heavier shif
The current crisis has put strains on marketing teams in a number of different ways. In fact, marketing teams have ranked the act of simply shifting priorities and strategies as a key challenge during this time. And rightly so. As the conditions around us evolve, so must we. However, when it comes to marketing operations teams in particular, the in
Google the phrase “break through the noise” and it generates over 573,000,000 results. Obviously, a topic that’s top of mind for many marketers, amidst the ongoing quest to boost open rates and improve customer engagement. In fact, according to Forrester, 72% of businesses say improving customer experience is their top priority. What’s one of your
The Coffee MUG webinar held on June 26, 2019, featuring John Thies, CEO and Co-Founder of Email on Acid, and Hilary German, Senior Marketing Automation Consultant at Perkuto, highlighting how to get more out of your email programs and improve your campaign results.