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These articles are geared toward helping you build your brand, including topics such as the curse of perfectionism in branding, online reputation management and using social media to brand yourself.
Does Your Marketing Message Leave A Bad Taste?
Lacy Gray2019-07-07T22:18:27-07:00I recently went to an airshow to watch planes scream down the runway. It was fantastic - death-defying feats of aerial acrobatics right before our eyes! Wow! I didn't mind the crowds or the burning sun, but what sticks out in my mind is the food. Now, those who know me are already asking me, "Alright Lacy, where's the marketing lesson?" Of course, you know there has to be one. (more…)
Upgrading From 4 To The 7 Ps Of Marketing In Your Marketing Strategy
Gabriella Sannino2019-07-05T12:07:00-07:00If you didn’t go through Marketing 101 in college and you’re new to the world of marketing, the concept of the 4Ps of Marketing are probably an unknown. The 4Ps are the foundation of marketing, which you probably use day in and day out, just by selling your product. -And yet, the 4Ps have evolved to include much more, becoming the 7Ps Marketing Mix. But what are these “Ps”, what do they have to do with your marketing strategy, and where’s the bottom line? (more…)
Gabriella Sannino2019-08-21T15:47:30-07:00E-commerce websites aren't that much different from any other website, in that everything out there is product - which means everything has a conversion point. For example, a blog post, no matter how entertaining or informative for the reader, is put out there to accomplish something: gain attention, build authority, build backlinks, increase ranking and relativity, etc.
However, one of the main differences between an e-commerce site and any other site out there is sales, and that one difference alone makes them as alike as apples and oranges. (more…)
Revisiting AIDA Strategies: Bridging the Gap Between Awareness and Action
Gabriella Sannino2019-07-09T08:26:12-07:00AIDA (Awareness, Interest, Desire, Action) is critically important when companies look to build brand awareness, generate interest, build desire, and inspire action and retention. The first element of effective AIDA strategies is building brand awareness. As the prospect enters the marketing/sales pipeline, there are methods to help move the prospect through an effective process that enables them to take action. (more…)
Level343 Team2019-07-09T18:26:35-07:00How Pay-Per-Click Works
Digital marketing and PPC both aim to making less money go a lot further. Large or small, companies are constantly looking for ways to save money and get the most out of their campaigns. Money saved, for smaller businesses, can often mean winning or losing the online game. (more…)