How to Improve Productivity in Your Marketing Strategy

improving productivity in your Marketing Strategy

Productivity isn’t just about completing basic clerical tasks quickly. These concepts can also help you get more done in your marketing efforts. Improving your processes and choosing the right automation tools can help you accomplish more and then focus on new tasks. Read tips from members of the online small business community below.

Boost Your Marketing Strategy with These Automation Tools

Automation can help you get more done with your marketing strategy. This frees up more of your time to create new campaigns or dig into the numbers. In this Mallee Blue Media post, Ann Smarty features several automation tools you can use to boost your marketing. And BizSugar members chimed in here.

Benefit from These Digital Marketing Productivity Tools

In addition to automation, there are tools that can help you organize and get more done with your marketing. From graphics tools to communication hubs, this Pixel Productions post by Shyamal Parikh includes tons of options for small businesses.

Improve Your Processes with Workflow Optimization

There are plenty of tools to increase productivity. But there are also strategies you can implement to make your workflow make more sense. In this Process Street post, Mark Jones explores the concept of workflow optimization for small businesses.

Create a Blogger Outreach Strategy

Connecting with bloggers can be useful for a variety of businesses. Whether you run your own blog or are looking for influencers for a retail business, you need to know how to reach out to them. Vaibhav Kakkar details how to create an outreach strategy in this Inspire to Thrive post.

Consider SMS Marketing

Sometimes, improving your marketing efficiency means adding new strategies to your current lineup. SMS marketing is an often overlooked option. But today’s consumers are always connected to their phones. If you’re interested in trying this tactic, read this guide by Rizza DC of Crowdspring.

Refocus Your Marketing Messages

Additionally, your marketing efforts may be ineffective due to messaging that simply doesn’t resonate with customers. In this Franchise King blog post, Joel Libava explores the secret to franchise marketing. And it applies to other businesses as well. BizSugar members shared their own thoughts on the post here.

Try These Gmail Extensions

Email is a huge part of many marketing plans. To get the most out of your email platform, extensions may help. There are tons of unique options on Gmail. Learn about some you’ve never heard of in this GMass post by Sam Greenspan.

Compare the Best SEO Software Tools

The right software can dramatically improve your SEO capabilities and productivity. But how can you choose the right option for your company’s needs and goals? Adam Connell compares several options in this Startup Bonsai post. And BizSugar members commented on the post here.

Monitor SEO Performance with These Metrics

If you want to improve your SEO, you need to understand exactly what’s working and what isn’t in your current strategy. This means digging into the metrics. But which should you prioritize? Erik Emanuelli dives into some top options in this post. After reading, head to the BizSugar community to see what members are saying.

Elevate Your Small Businesses with These Essential Techniques

Overall, all the productivity and automation tools listed above aim to elevate your entire business. There are tons of ways to accomplish this goal. So you’ll need to determine what options are most relevant to your operations. Mahipal Nehra offers several important strategies in this Decipher Zone post.

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Annie Pilon Annie Pilon is a Senior Staff Writer for Small Business Trends and has been a member of the team for 12 years. Annie covers feature stories, community news and in-depth, expert-based guides. She has a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College Chicago in Journalism and Marketing Communications.