How to Save Time, Money, and Stress on Your Next Marketing Campaign (Content Writing)

How much did you enjoy creating and delivering your last marketing campaign? While you may have loved its results, the process itself was likely less than delightful. Epic email chains of edits and approvals, learning and unlearning multiple digital tools, negotiating with printing and shipping companies—sometimes getting a simple message in front of the right customer takes weeks of frustrating work.

Many marketers accept the process because it’s familiar. They shrug and say “Rome wasn’t built in a day!,” but forget that almost 3,000 years have passed since it was. Today’s marketers have access to streamlining tools they couldn’t have imagined ten or even five years ago. Are you ready to stop working harder and start working smarter? You’ve come to the right place.

Click here to read more about improving your next marketing campaign.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Joey says:

    I’m not sure I’m ready for a full out marketing campaign. Great tips for the future!

    Your site is gorgeous and the photography is stunning.

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  2. momknowsbest15 says:

    This article had a bunch of great info in it. I will pass it on to my friend who would benefit

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  3. AlainaBullock1 says:

    I am always looking to improve my site, and have been considering doing a marketing campaign along these lines. This has given me some things to think about. Thank you!

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  4. Tiffany @ Parsnips + Pastries says:

    Marketing is always scary to me haha. This article has lots of good advice, thank you for sharing!

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  5. Great information. I have been working on a few campaigns a day and I am very stressed. There is just not enough time in the day.

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  6. Elizabeth O says:

    I do a lot of my own marketing but we can always learn new ways and ideas. I enjoyed your tips and will keep this post in mind.

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  7. These are some really great tips! I haven’t done a lot of this yet but definitely something to keep in mind!

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