5 Tips to Support Your Team During a Crisis

By |May 20th, 2020|Content Marketing, Marketing, Marketing Automation|

A few months ago we wrote an article about mistakes you should avoid during the Coronavirus. Since then the situation has escalated even further, with COVID-19 wreaking havoc on our livelihoods and our economy.  Now more than ever leaders must be adaptable, communicative, and supportive.  Your main goal should be retaining productivity by keeping employees calm and engaged. Support your team during this crisis and make it easier to get back to business as usual once it all blows over. The actions you take now will also have mental health, morale, and productivity benefits.      Here are our top 5-tips to support your team during a crisis  1. BE TRANSPARENT AND HONEST   A common [...]

Why HubSpot for Small Business is Right for You During COVID-19

By |April 21st, 2020|Content Marketing, Marketing, Marketing Automation|

The Current Situation  We are living through unparalleled times, and honestly, it’s a little scary. At this point the Coronavirus has touched every walk of life, big and small. The “stay at home” orders have forced small businesses around the world to lose out on business, and the slowing economy is causing consumers to spend far less than normal.   Vonazon wants to help you find the light at the end of the tunnel. As a HubSpot Diamond partner, our goal is to help you generate revenue and avoid costly long-term mistakes. Prepare for a new age of business and learn why your small business needs HubSpot’s robust set of tools and our strategic know-how.  What is HubSpot?  So, what is HubSpot? [...]

Creating Your End of Year Marketing Focus

By |June 6th, 2019|Marketing, Marketing Automation|

It’s already December…so what do you need to keep in mind for your end of year marketing focus? As tempting as it can be to sit back, grab a glass of eggnog, and regale anyone who will listen about the awesome things you’ve done for your company over the last twelve months, that’s probably not the best steps to set up success for the next year. You’re a marketer! You’ve always got work to do! What is your CEO thinking about? There’s a high likelihood your department’s performance is being reviewed during the end of year timeframe. Your CEO and [...]

Lead Scoring For Behavior And Demographics

By |May 20th, 2019|Lead Scoring, Marketing, Marketing Automation|

What constitutes a qualified lead? This age-old question has plagued marketers for years. The phrase “dialing for dollars” is becoming less of the norm as digital inbound and outbound marketing has taken the lead qualification and made it much more effective. Understanding how to leverage both behavior- and demographic-based scoring models will not only guarantee that the right leads are receiving the right content, but also ensures that sales is working with leads that are truly interested in the services or products being offered. Behavior scoring involves identifying various sales-ready behaviors and actions, and associating point values when completed. Certain [...]

Tackle 2018 With These Six Digital Marketing Trends

By |February 7th, 2019|Content Marketing, Marketing, Marketing Automation, Social Media, Staffing, Web Development|

Keeping up with these top six 2018 digital marketing trends will help you gear your business’s marketing strategy for success in the coming year. 2017 was a whirlwind for digital marketing and PR in many ways, so if anything we should expect the unexpected in 2018. Yet, several ongoing digital marketing trends are all but guaranteed to continue their trajectory. Growing demand for things like video content, influencer collaborations and data security will all solidify practices that can make or break marketing success. So, to help your brand prepare for the months ahead, here are the predicted most important 2018 [...]

Marketers: Don’t Get Rid Of Your April Foolishness

By |April 13th, 2017|Creative, Marketing Automation, Native Advertising|

In recent years, we have seen more and more companies take a break from reality to enjoy a little bit of lighthearted playtime for April Fool’s marketing. These pranks encompass everything from fake announcements that Taco Bell was buying the Liberty Bell to fake promos for bacon-flavored mouthwash. Jokes like these usually come and go, generating a tiny bit of buzz before companies return to putting on their serious face for the rest of the year. But why? Why do brands think they have to constantly toe the line and exude a no-nonsense image? Yes, they should hold themselves to [...]

Why No One Watches Your Webinars

By |April 10th, 2017|Marketing Automation, Webinars|

“Why is no one watching my webinars?” has got to be one of the most frustrating questions a digital marketing has to ask themselves today. If you’ve ever taken the time to develop out a ton of content and prepare your webinar presentation, only to have a very small handful of people register or actually show up for the event, you know how tempting it is to pull out your hair in upset. As maddening as this situation can be, don’t worry! There’s probably a pretty straightforward solution that you can implement for next time…developing a kick-ass pre-event webinar marketing [...]

Merge Customer Experience Into Marketing

By |March 9th, 2017|Creative, Design, Marketing Automation|

Merge Customer Experience into Marketing to Make People Fall in Love With Your Brand Customers care about their experience with a brand far more than marketers anticipate. Yet, when it comes to differentiation, few marketers make the customer experience a priority as a brand value. The simple truth is that in an online age where we have more buying choices than ever, customer experience has started to become a more important quality metric than price or product. Recent research shows that 89 percent of people will stop doing business with a brand when they have a poor experience. 78 percent [...]

3 Bad Marketing Habits You Need To Break Up With

By |March 2nd, 2017|Content Marketing, Marketing Automation|

Just like a toxic ex, some marketing bad habits drag you down. The only way to move forward is to cut them loose and learn from your mistakes. After all, it’s not like you and your bad habits never belonged together, it’s just that you grew apart as people.   So start enjoying a life untethered by regret by breaking up with the following marketing mistakes:   Shooting First, Asking Questions Later With Big Campaign Rollouts We know you are excited about your next big campaign, but that should mean that you want to do it justice by getting it [...]