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Adapting Your Marketing Strategy during COVID-19 In recent months we have all been faced with a deadly pandemic. Customers are worried, employees have been forced to work from home and worse; laid off. As a company, how do you respond and work through times such as these? How does your marketing team respond to
Marketing Trends for 2020: What’s Going to be Hot? It’s almost 2020, where has the time gone? We all know that the world of marketing continuously evolves as the years go by. And with all the marketing channels there are today, it can get a bit confusing on where your marketing budget is best
Click here to learn how Content Marketing and Lead Generation go hand-in-hand - and why you're missing out if you don't have a solid Content Marketing Strategy in place.
Channel marketing grants you the ability to expand your sales force by creating campaigns that can be tracked, measured, and optimized. As with all marketing, you are bound to run into obstacles. Here are 3 common Channel Partner Marketing Challenges that can arise and how Gorilla can help solve them. Challenge 1: Channel partners
Sports dynasties don’t come about by accident. General managers are constantly evaluating and recruiting talent with an eye towards not just filling holes in their existing lineups, but also building the nucleus around which their next great team will be built. Regardless of the sport, franchises that focus on talent have consistently demonstrated the ability
Brands have used regional press to target consumers at a local level for years. But the nature of print has changed dramatically over the past decade or so.
At the turn of the millennium, there were early murmurs on the potential power of developing partner ecosystems as a shiny silver bullet channel strategy. The premise was that by creating multi partner selling teams involving solution providers, integrators, consultants and ISVs, one would be able to better serve the very specific vertical needs of