A Beginner’s Guide to Launching a Successful Marketing Campaign [INFOGRAPHIC]
Henry Lake January 8, 2016E-Marketing NewsComments Off on A Beginner’s Guide to Launching a Successful Marketing Campaign [INFOGRAPHIC]619 Views
So you’re gearing up to run your first marketing campaign, are you? You’ve got your pencils sharpened and lined up in descending order of length. You’ve got a rainbow collection of sticky notes.
But you’ve got no idea where to start. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back.
In partnership with infographic builder Venngage, we’ve put together a super actionable and digestible (dare we say tasty?) infographic that illustrates the entire marketing campaign process, all the way from ideation and planning to evaluating your campaign’s success.
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