"This is where to look!"
Welcome to the second part of this marketing blog, which should really have been called This is where to look!
Now, last week I mentioned a very simple marketing definition and websites where you can get more information; this week I will be referring you to some of the top names in marketing and social media. Whether you are a marketer or an SME you can pick up a few pointers for your next marketing strategy campaign as well as keep up to date with what is going on in the marketing world.
Where marketers go to grow!
On my ‘go to’ list is Hubspot. Why do I like Hubspot? Well with a bold statement like Where marketers go to grow, much is expected but to be honest much is delivered. The site is fresh, easy to navigate and full of ideas for marketing campaigns. Their marketing packages start from £140 through to £1,680 per month. Now for many, these prices may be out of reach, but the great thing about Hubspot is, the website is full of useful free content and when you subscribe to their newsletter you get even more engaging information sent to your inbox. You can start by checking out the amazing range of blog articles here – https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing#sm.0001sbyrpm6e8elet742ricty3020.
If you are someone who uses social media management platforms, then you would have heard of Buffer. Well, they have an extensive list of ‘go to’ websites for The Best Places to Learn About Marketing. Check them out – https://blog.bufferapp.com/marketing-resources. By the way, if you haven’t heard of Buffer, it is a straightforward (content publishing) platform. They have free and paid plans which enable you to schedule posts across multiple platforms.
It can show your brand values and prove that you are switched on and up to date.
Next, on the ‘go to’ list is a new find – Marketing Donut. A brilliant fount of information for SMEs and Start-ups. They say of marketing content – It can show your brand values and prove that you are switched on and up to date. Here’s the site – https://www.marketingdonut.co.uk/online-marketing/your-website
If your preferred social media platform is Facebook, then check out Happy Social – https://www.facebook.com/Happysocialuk/ for shared social media and marketing posts.
It is fantastic that there is so much help out there, However, it can probably all seem a bit much. Well, my advice would be to take your time and start slow. Have a look at the sites get a few ideas and think about what best suits the needs of your company.
Remember you can always get in touch with me via the website –pmnobleconsultancyservices.co.uk. I would love to hear from you. Who knows, in no time at all you too, could make your mark in marketing!