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We’re always on the lookout for the next new digital marketing trend, tool, and tactic. We share this information in blog posts, podcasts, webinars, white papers, self-assessments, and checklists. You can scroll through more than 4,000 pages of resources on our blog, or simply check out our weekly featured resource.
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Why do we send the Monday Morning Marketing Resources?
When I started Roundpeg in 2002 the world was a very different place. Social media platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn didn’t exist. Most business owners thought websites were a luxury, not a necessity and our flip phones didn’t have texting capability.
The dramatic changes in the last 15 years have forced us to adjust our marketing strategy to connect with an increasingly tech-savvy consumer who wants to control their own buying process and smarter search engines looking for the best information.
So how do you stay current and still run a business? Well, you could carve out a few hours every week to stay up-to-date on new marketing tools and trends, or you can let us do it.