In this day and age, when innovations often come faster than possible implementation, working in marketing can feel like existing in a whirlwind. Here are some of the ways you can stay centered in the wind.
This one might seem obvious and even slightly old fashioned, but if you want to keep up with the times - and more importantly your customers - you need to have an understanding of who they are and what they want from your product. Customer research is an effective way of gaining that knowledge.
Read - avidly
An easy way to stay informed about the latest developments within your industry is reading on-trend blogs and websites. Create an account with a news aggregator like Feedly and choose the most informative and relevant websites as your sources.
Exploit your sales team
Use your sales team for all that they are worth! They work the closest with your customers and will have a keen understanding of what sells and what doesn't. Their insights will be invaluable to you as you go about creating marketing content, campaigns and strategies.
For more helpful tips, take a look at this article from Hubspot Blogs.
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