Getting your targeted consumers to notice your brand in today’s crowded digital landscape can be a challenging task. Your company may have great products and services, awesome customer service and some happy clients, but you may still be left wondering, “Where are all the new clients I should be getting?”
It’s similar to the “If a tree falls in a forest and nobody hears it, does it make a sound?” debate. Your brand and its products and services might be real, but if you don’t have any customers and nobody is aware of what you offer – do you exist? And even if the answer is yes, do you really want to exist if you’re unknown?
With the philosophy lesson aside, we’ll reiterate that although it’s difficult to attract digital visibility and attention, it’s not impossible. This is of course, the digital realm we’re talking about. It’s always changing on a daily basis. Going from being completely unknown to well known is never out of the question!
This month’s webinar – Increase Your Brand Promotion: 3 Strategies to Make Your Customers Take Notice – is for anybody out there in business who is having trouble engaging in conversations with new clients. The session will focus on how your team can focus its energy and efforts on promoting your brand in new and effective ways.
The expert speaking on April’s Digital Power Hour webinar is Dennis Masella, a leading WSI Digital Marketing Consultant in the US. Dennis will set the stage by helping you understand why it’s so difficult for your brand to stand out amongst the crowd, and then dive into what you can do to your Online promotion game and rise to the top. Some of the strategies Dennis will cover include the effectiveness of social ads, the precision of paid search campaigns, and the power of video marketing.
If you want to learn more about how to improve your brand amplification skills, attend our Increase Your Brand Promotion: 3 Strategies to Make Your Customers Take Notice webinar on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 at 8 AM PDT.
DATE: Tuesday, April 28, 2015
TIME: 8:00AM – 9:00PM (PDT)