7 Marketing Plan Boosters for 2016

Yet I’m certain you haven’t considered all 7 of my latest marketing plan Marketing Plan Growthboosters.

Some of my clients have and are moving forward with greater confidence. In fact, one CMO is on track to creating at least $15M in new business as a result of working with me on their marketing innovation framework.

In the 28-minute bonus MP3 program, you will hear some of my clients’ secrets, including:

  • Why customer communication vehicles are changing, and what you need to do about it
  • The pitfalls of chasing unicorn growth fantasies
  • My take on marketers who are gorging on the millennials craze
  • Which “friendly ghosts of marketing past” might just be worth pursuing, again
  • How to spike your hiring punch to drive higher retention

(I know you will pardon the myriad holiday metaphors in the podcast–they drive the point home).

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Which of these 7 marketing plan boosters resonate with you? Leave your comments below.

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