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Dealing with Confirmation Bias in Marketing & Advertising

Data-driven marketing and advertising is vital to ensure your time, effort, and money spent has the biggest impact. But is your data wrong? Are your marketing strategies based on false assumptions and bias? In our last episode of the enVisioning Success podcast, Objective Over Personal: The Science of Avatar Creation, co-hosts Julia and Laura touch […]
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Turning Motivations into Marketing: Understanding Customer Behavior

Finding your ideal customers is more than just exploring demographics—it’s also about understanding customer behavior: what motivations, pain points, and actions can bring them into your sales funnel. In their most recent enVisioning Success podcast episode, Beyond Demographics: Crafting Multidimensional Avatars, hosts Laura and Julia explore all that goes into creating a marketing avatar. Today, […]
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The Information Needed to Find and Target Your Business’ Customers

Marketing and sales have a lot in common. The biggest similarity? They both have to find your customers in order to do their jobs. And while inbound marketing can beat cold-calling any day, both need information on who to target. In their most recent enVisioning Success podcast episode, Introducing Avatars: The Heartbeat of Your Business, […]
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Building Multi-Channel Marketing That Actually Works

There are a lot of buzzwords and jargon in the marketing industry, and while on this blog we try to avoid them, explaining them is even better. In the enVisioning Success podcast episode, Integrative Marketing Campaigns: Cohesive Multi-Channel Approaches, co-host Julia and Laura go through the “$50 sentence” of that title to explore multi-faceted marketing […]
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Are You Producing the Right Content for Your Brand?

We’ve all heard when it comes to marketing, content is king. But what kind of content is there, and which makes the most sense for your brand and industry? In their most recent episode, Content Strategy for the Modernized Brand, enVisioning Success podcast hosts Laura and Julia review how refreshing your brand means refreshing your […]
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Are You Marketing to the Right Clients?

In our podcast episode, Risks and Rewards of Business Diversification, Julia and Laura discussed business diversification, both organically by evolving your company and quickly through the use of mergers and acquisitions. An important aspect of that is understanding your own company, such as its income streams—which almost always means your customers. But as your current […]
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A Marketer’s Perspective on Mergers & Acquisitions

In our podcast episode, Mergers and Acquisitions: Opportunities and Pitfalls, Julia and Laura discussed the importance of mergers and acquisitions when it comes to business strategy, especially the importance of building trust and rapport with the affected parties before signing on the line. In this article, we’ll explore another aspect of M&A: how marketing factors […]