It depends on many factors – most notably how you honestly feel about your website.
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I had been so annoyed and bored every time I looked for information on GDPR. It’s overwhelming, confusing and stressful.
Yes, we know, we know! We’ve torn our heads out from the sand, and we’re working on it!
I guess the counter-question for this is: Why would the majority of businesses today either be doing something about social media, or otherwise mortifyingly aware that they aren’t doing it right/enough/effectively?
True, it’s often a waste of time.
You of course don’t want anyone to say your site sucks, it’s “pants” or that you should be embarrassed to have a website like that. But in polite society, these statements are rare, and instead we hear some other more common things!
At BNI each member does a 60second presentation about their business and how they add value. Jenni Davis is the accountant in our group and I am very proud she is too! She is always on point with her speeches, and I would happily recommend her to clients and friends.
When it comes to re-evaluating your marketing strategy, how often do you involve your employees in the process?
At Top Left Design, we work with clients across a whole range of different sectors and see a range of different marketing skills that are unique to specific industries. This got us thinking – what if they could teach each other something?
In business (especially in a business like TLD, where we’re doing projects and services for our clients) you can plan your day/week/90 day goals all you like but every single day unexpected things will happen.
Surprisingly, sales team and marketing teams don’t necessarily bond as much as they could.