Meticulosity have been accepted into the Forbes Agency Council, an invitation-only community for executives in successful public relations, media strategy, creative and advertising agencies.
At Meticulosity, we're a bunch of data nerds and perhaps no one is more passionate about data than our VP Marketing, Tanya Wigmore. It's only fitting that she'll be taking the stage on June 14th, 2017 at the Cayman Islands Marketing Conference (CIMPA17) to discuss the findings of the 2017 Cayman Islands Market Research Survey.
We can’t stress this enough because we’ve seen it happen – YOU have the ability to contribute to the success, or failure, of the campaign. Your commitment to the inbound marketing campaign is to be responsive and to trust that we know what we’re doing. Some inbound principles may be different than what you’re used to, but we know it works. Some common ways you can affect the success of this endeavor include:
Once you've past the onboarding quarter, most of the initial research is completed and your inbound marketing agency will be grinding out deliverables:
The onboarding quarter is typically the most labor-intensive part of your Inbound campaign. The bulk of the research on your company and your customers is performed during onboarding. Most first will also do whatever is needed to optimize your website for Inbound success, which could even include redesigning it or even re-platforming the back-end of your website.