Posts by Sarah

A Case for LinkedIn InMail: Why it Should Be Part of Your Strategy

September 19th, 2017 Posted by SEM and Digital Advertising, Social Media No Comment yet

LinkedIn InMail campaigns aren’t exactly new, but recent updates to the self-service platform have made them a lot more accessible to organizations regardless of budget. As long as your audience is on the LinkedIn platform, their InMail ad format is a real contender when it comes to getting your message across and garnering conversions. (more…)

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Sarah Johnson is the Director of Digital Marketing Services with Incentric. She’s a recreational sports enthusiast and is driven by the opportunity to connect people through truly impactful digital strategies. You’ll know it’s her by her “irresistible” fake British accent and steady stream of quips.
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B2B vs. B2C: The Digital Marketing Divide

August 9th, 2017 Posted by B2B No Comment yet

By now, we all should have a solid understanding of the differences between the Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) markets. B2B vs. B2C marketing tactics have long been a topic of conversation. With digital marketing continuing to grow in popularity (and effectiveness), it’s important we understand how to get our messages across to these audiences, digitally. (more…)

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Sarah Johnson is the Director of Digital Marketing Services with Incentric. She’s a recreational sports enthusiast and is driven by the opportunity to connect people through truly impactful digital strategies. You’ll know it’s her by her “irresistible” fake British accent and steady stream of quips.
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Optimize! How Optimization Can Boost Student Enrollment

July 28th, 2017 Posted by Higher Education No Comment yet

Take a look at your current student enrollment marketing approach. What does it include? If yours is like most higher-ed institutions, you have a thoughtfully designed website, well-managed social properties, a solid email marketing program, and a paid media strategy designed to attract qualified leads. The catch is that, in the mad rush to launch a new campaign, many institutions drop the ball when it comes to important details that can make or break your marketing plan. (more…)

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Sarah Johnson is the Director of Digital Marketing Services with Incentric. She’s a recreational sports enthusiast and is driven by the opportunity to connect people through truly impactful digital strategies. You’ll know it’s her by her “irresistible” fake British accent and steady stream of quips.
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The Key to College and University Branding in a Digital Age

July 18th, 2017 Posted by Content Marketing, Higher Education, Strategy No Comment yet

With so much competition in the higher education space, sometimes it can feel impossible to differentiate your institution. And that’s because it’s incredibly challenging. In years past, the key to college and university branding might’ve been killer direct mailers or beautiful collateral. While both of those examples are still important, the current climate requires cutting through the clutter more effectively. (more…)

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Sarah Johnson is the Director of Digital Marketing Services with Incentric. She’s a recreational sports enthusiast and is driven by the opportunity to connect people through truly impactful digital strategies. You’ll know it’s her by her “irresistible” fake British accent and steady stream of quips.

3 B2B Examples of Excellent Content Marketing

July 5th, 2017 Posted by B2B, Content Marketing, Strategy No Comment yet

When most people think of content marketing, its applications in the world of B2B marketing don’t always come to mind. Truth is, B2B audiences are some of the best suited for content marketing. In fact, it’s likely you experience great B2B examples of content marketing on a daily basis. (more…)

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Sarah Johnson is the Director of Digital Marketing Services with Incentric. She’s a recreational sports enthusiast and is driven by the opportunity to connect people through truly impactful digital strategies. You’ll know it’s her by her “irresistible” fake British accent and steady stream of quips.