Is All Your Marketing Working Together?

Dear Reader

Did you know that you don't need to reinvent the wheel every time you do a bit of marketing? You don't need to start from scratch every time you want to write a blog, an email newsletter, some articles, or a batch of tweets. If you integrate your marketing and the messages you put out, not only will your marketing be more consistent (and therefore more effective), it will also be easier (and thus more efficient.)

To save myself reinventing the wheel for this issue of Scribbles, I've decided to share with you some posts from our blog which show you how to get more from your marketing. I hope you find them useful.

Best wishes,


Pulling it all Together

Here are some blog posts for you to check out, to help you get more from your marketing.

Integrating your online marketing - here are some tips on how to get the most from your online marketing. From keyword research, to Google Analytics to online PR, this post will simplify things for you.

Click here to find out more.

Pulling together online and offline marketing - here's a lovely story of how online and offline marketing can work together for any service based business.

Click here to read this post.

Keep it connected - tips on how to plan your social media strategy so that it all works together for better results.

Click here to read the post.

Keep on doing it - here are some of the things we do at Appletree to integrate our marketing and why we keep doing it.

Click here to find out more.

What Do You Do?

How to you make sure your marketing is integrated and that all your activities are pulling together? Click here to answer this question via LinkedIn.


Time to Beat Feast and Famine?

Our last workshop was a sell out, so we're planning another at the Oxford Centre for Innovation in Oxford, for 29 May 2012.

If you want to put a stop to the feast and faminer rollercoaster and learn how to generate a steady flow of clients, click here to book your place.


Quick Tips on Planning

On Wednesday 11 April 2012 I will be sharing some quick tips on how to plan your marketing and build up a steady flow of clients.

The short talk will be at The Late Breakfast in Didcot, Oxfordshire.


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