As most account managers will tell you, it's never fun to wonder if you're doing a good job at meeting client expectations. It's not that we, as account managers, feel like we're doing a BAD job. It's that it's often difficult to understand the preferences and personalities of each individual client. While one client may be quick to respond to emails, another might not have answered an email in months because they just trust you to help them meet their goals.
Inbound Marketing Blog
Last week, some of the Tribute team attended INBOUND, an annual conference in Boston filled with actionable education, endless inspiration, human connections and amazing keynote speakers. After those four and a half days of straight learning (and a bit of fun), we left Boston with over 32 pages of notes on how we could improve our client marketing strategies as well as our client experiences.
As we’re sharing these visions with the rest of our team and our clients, we wanted to touch on a few of the major takeaways that can be useful for everyone.
Remember the days of needing a college email address in order to be verified to sign up for Facebook?
As the kids say, "lol!"
Now, according to Hubspot, there are reportedly over 1.5 billion daily users on the social media platform. Because so many people are on it, so are most businesses so they can get their products in front of more users.