The world has changed and like it or not, our work flows are changing too. As wicked smart, self-directed, problem solvers in the B2B space, we are grateful for a healthy #worklifeblend. Our coast-to-coast Atomic Revenue team is well versed in virtual work - it’s how we break down the roads and walls that separate us from accessing top talent and achieving greater customer success. But, we can’t say we didn’t fall under the spell of overachieving with all of our newfound “social distancing downtime.” Squirrel!
The goal of digital operations (re digital marketing, digital sales, and digital customer service) – no matter what year it is, who our target market is, or what technologies emerge – is to get and keep your audience’s attention.
Whether it’s a challenge we’ve faced first hand at Atomic Revenue, or a barrier to growth we’ve helped a client solve, our team has learned not only from experience but by being avid readers. We decided to put our heads together to come up with this list of reads that we consider to be game changers. These are the 10 books every business owner should read this year.
This is a statistic I found that explains where marketers were when it comes to measuring social media ROI in 2011:
Any e-commerce seller will tell you that a top priority is long-term, sustainable growth. As important as growth is, it can be difficult to actually focus on when you’re also managing your day-to-day operations and making sure your orders get fulfilled on time. To help you get in a position to grow and save you time in the process, we put together five helpful automation tools that are designed to maximize sales and revenue.
At Atomic Revenue we are huge proponents of self-managed teams. Not only do we value the expertise and capability of everyone we hire, but we also recognize the huge opportunity for reducing costs and improving results when management time and energy can focus on progress versus oversight.
Video marketing continues to rise as one of the most popular and effective forms of marketing. While relatively new to many businesses still in the digital marketing world, it tends to outperform many traditionally-used marketing methods.
External guidelines are critical in the design process, needed to assure alignment among all parties involved in your sales efforts. The development and use of a Creative Brief can be an extremely valuable tool in achieving message consistency and clarity.
After attending the most recent Midwest Manufacturing Leaders presentation led by our good friend Bruce Kellerman of Expense Reduction Analysts, I can’t stop thinking about the amazing power of recovering cash to reinvest in your business by simply cutting costs.