Fixed Contact, a supplier of small enterprise advertising and marketing options, has launched the Advertising and marketing Advisor program, a mix of devoted private and on-line assets to offer small companies with strategic and actionable steering about digital advertising and marketing.
Fixed Contact’s Advertising and marketing Advisor program presents one-on-one entry to in-house specialists with expertise in small enterprise and nonprofit advertising and marketing. It additionally offers entry to a group of fellow small enterprise house owners who can present additional insights and inspiration.
Fixed Contact’s Advertising and marketing Advisor program contains the next:
- A 30-minute telephone name every month with a devoted in-house advertising and marketing skilled;
- A personalized, actionable plan;
- Entry to a collection of on-line assets;
- Strategic course;
- Steering for optimization actions, together with record administration and progress, e-mail design, automated welcome collection, and reporting critiques;
- Unique entry to curated content material;
- Entry to a non-public group board and moderated group chats; and
- An unique buyer assist telephone quantity that places the client’s name right into a precedence queue.
“Small companies are consistently bombarded by promoting telling them that digital advertising and marketing is fast and simple, however that is simply not the truth. They should juggle every part from advertising and marketing automation to social media to e-mail and e-commerce advertising and marketing. It creates an actual burden. We realized our clients want recommendation creating methods and constructing campaigns,” stated Kim Simone, Fixed Contact’s chief transformation officer, in an announcement. “Even small enterprise house owners who’ve a very good technique and get a style for achievement want steering reaching the subsequent stage. The Advertising and marketing Advisor program presents the one-to-one helpline they should generate outcomes and make higher use of their time.”