A marketing roadmap helps communicate priorities, dependencies, and the impact “emergencies” have on everything else you have going on. But, roadmaps don’t have to be intimidating to create. With Excel, a list of your current projects, and an afternoon, you can feel more confident to manage everything on your plate. It’s an easy way to start thinking strategy over tactics.
If you’re wanting to build cool things on time, on budget, and meet your goals, open up Excel (or use a whiteboard, piece of paper, or even do it in PowerPoint) and create your first consolidated marketing roadmap. It costs nothing but a little bit of time and will revolutionize the way you and your team work.
It never fails. You want to redo all or part of your website and it ends up NOTHING as you imaged it, it’s way over budget, and it took twice as long as you thought. Second in our five-part series on how to write website requirements, learn how to write a project brief with our real-life examples. We promise it will make your next website enhancement project successful.
Does your hospital website make it hard to find services, but you don’t know why? We’ll walk you through why your architecture is probably the culprit and how to fix it.
3 June 2019—Branch Strategy Founder, Jackie Martin, will be speaking at the Healthcare Internet Conference (HCIC) in November 2019. HCIC is in its 23rd year
Are you updating your website, app, or digital product? If you want it to help grow your business, one of the best places to get information is from your employees.
If your marketing agency is not talking to you about on-page SEO strategy, they aren’t helping your website grow your business. A website is just a website without a comprehensive digital strategy behind it. Let’s talk about what an on-page SEO strategy is and how you can develop one.
Going through the process of creating a brand identity, brand strategy, and then enforcing can be expensive and time-consuming. There are many companies we work with that struggle with this, no matter the size or industry. So what makes a strong brand? Clarity and consistency! Here are three things you get with a clear and consistent brand.
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