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11 things your marketing team shouldn't say around the office

Company culture is an important part of every organisation, it means creating a healthy workplace that encourages people to share ideas, feel accepted and able to express themselves and grow their skills and abilities. It means guidance and growth for the individual. It means teamwork.

The right company culture can help employees stay motivated and engaged. Language is a big part of creating the right environment and strong, considerate leaders need to encourage positive conversation and exchanges between teams and management. In his recent article 11 Things Smart People Won’t Say Dr. Travis Bradberry, Co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and President at TalentSmart, outlines eleven things that should never be said around the office.

Topics: thought leadership marketing teams, leadership motivation

The 3 key steps to reducing your cost of customer acquisition (COCA)


The cost of customer acqusition (COCA) is a business metric every leader and marketer should be aiming to control. Controlling COCA is fundamental to building a scaleable business model. If your costs of acquiring new customers increases at the same rate as your revenue growth, your margins will be under pressure.

New highly efficient, primarily digital, methods of customer acqusition are quickly emerging, driving down costs by around 60% and creating real competitive advantage for those who get it right.

Topics: buyer personas business owners thought leadership Digital Transformation

Thought Leadership Comes Last – Put Your Story First

You have heard it time and time again; Inbound Marketing is all about engaging your readers, giving them educational, interesting and valuable content that helps solve a problem. If you do this well, the reader starts moving along on the buyer’s journey and turns from a target into a real lead, and that’s exactly what you want. So it’s crucial you know how to attract your readers, prospects, and potential buyers to turn them into qualified leads.

Topics: content marketing content creation blogging story telling thought leadership