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Since our inception we have made a commitment to excellence. We've also made this promise: We will never bring on a new partner client unless we KNOW we can generate an ROI. But more than that [we can make it rain]. Our team operates with one unified vision. Integrity, Transparency, Results. We are proud of our work, and the results we’ve achieved for our partners and the relationships we’ve developed with them along the way. What makes us different is our holistic approach to digital marketing. 1 + 1 does NOT = 2 1+1 can = 10x Our level of expertise and insight allow for accelerated results for ALL of our partners. We also focus on education for our partners. We train, coach, and geek out on data and design. This creates transparency, and accountability. Our core competences include multiple disciplines:

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5 Best Practices to Turn Your Virtual Event into a Roaring Success

Article | May 7, 2020

As the world moves closer to smartphones and digital tools, more so due to the coronavirus pandemic in recent times, enterprises are finding innovative ways to go around the geographical distance between them and their target audience. Conferences are the best place to make connections. Even still organizers are moving physical conferences to virtual events for myriad reasons primarily the global lockdown which has made events going online by default than by choice. And the trend is only getting stronger. Virtual events will grow from $14 billion in 2018 to $18 billion in 2023, reported Market Research Media. Besides being cost-effective, virtual events are the perfect way to combine brand experiences with attendee engagement to monetize events and make your presence known globally. While virtual events can never beat the added value provided by physical events and conferences, it isn’t all that bad. A virtual event enables organizers to track and measure every move of the attendees during the event, as a result of which you have some highly qualified leads. Here are some powerful practices you should follow to make your virtual event a dashing success. Table of Contents: - Make Your Titles/Descriptions Crisp - Get the Right MC for Your Event - Keep Sessions Short - Personalize the Virtual Experience - Incentivize Make Your Titles/Descriptions Crisp At a physical event, attendees navigate through sessions while relying on word-of-mouth to decide which session is worth attending for them and why. Virtual events don’t provide this liberty. The information on various sessions is often sent to the attendees through emails, social media posts, etc. Since no guidance is available to help attendees understand and navigate through sessions of their interest, it is important tomake your event and session titles and descriptions more informative and compelling. Get the Right Moderator for Your Event Just as at a physical event, a moderator contextualizes the information presented throughout the event, keeping up the energy levels, and providing important information regarding attendee queries, a moderator is important for a virtual event. Virtual events tend to produce a certain feeling of isolation for attendees. This can be alleviated by a voice that creates a consistent flow between the sessions while adding a much-needed familiarity and maintaining the energy levels. A moderator, like at a physical event, should open a virtual event, moderate questions from the attendees, and hold talks with them in-between sessions. READ MORE:How to host a successful virtual event to help your business survive digitally Keep Sessions Short Usually, keynote presentation sessions last for less than an hour. At in-person events, attendees are surrounded by excitement and peers, watching a presentation that integrates music and inspiring speeches. Attending an event on screen at home is comparatively less exciting and attendees are sure to click away from a session that is too long. Thus, keeping sessions short at an optimal length of 30 minutes during a virtual event will allow the attendees the time to browse around, answer an email, or go to the virtual exhibit hall. Attendees can be directly navigated to a sponsor’s booth after the completion of a session. Personalize the Virtual Experience Virtual events can be either live-streamed or pre-recorded, depending on the goals you have set or the scale of the event. Adobe, for their recent summit, decided to go pre-recorded. Personalized video recommendations were part of Adobe’s event experience. Though your virtual event experience depends upon the platform you choose to set up, Adobe was able to create the ability to create high-end experiences thanks to their in-house development teams and custom platform. YouTube, for instance, used Adobe’s Sensei AI engine to incorporatecustom behavior-based content recommendations. Personalizing content delivery in a virtual format speaks to a much broader trend in events in general. Many are used to receiving personalized suggestions when consuming both content and products on the internet. Though pre-recorded sessions may lack in real-time engagement, they make up for it in providing high-production value, as organizers are at liberty to edit or enhance the quality of the sessions. It also eliminates planning for live-streaming around different time zones and connectivity issues during the event. Pre-recorded events also minimize the probability of attendees getting bored as they are free to tune out of the live stream, watch again anytime, and interact with the content that would bring them the most value, resulting in each attendee tailoring their personal experience. If you do decide to go pre-recorded, don’t forget to establish a forum or live chat where attendees can ask questions, hold topic discussions, and network. Incentivize Though they are not as much fun during a virtual event as they are during in-person events, incentives are proven way to boost engagement during an event. Virtual prizes such as books, iPads, swag, etc., can be awarded to the winners or trophy can be mailed to the winning attendees. Google SheetsCon, as part of their event, hosted a contest to win one of 25 company swag bags to winners who were supposed to share something about the event on social media using the dedicated event hashtag, or visit at least 5 of the sponsor booth pages during the event. Activities such as this increase attendee as well as brand awareness. READ MORE:Best practices to create an ideal webinar

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Elevating the leader in ABM

Article | May 7, 2020

Position Demandbase as the leader in Account-based Marketing (ABM). The April Six team ultimately completed a redesign of the brand, a lead-gen campaign, corresponding content drivers, and an event-activation program aimed at convincing B2B decision-makers to “Demand more.”

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Show Me The Numbers: 20 B2B Marketing Insights From Audience Poll Data

Article | May 7, 2020

What can poll results tell B2B marketers about a year unlike any other, and how can this valuable audience data help us refine our marketing strategy as we push towards 2021? For more than a year we’ve run weekly social media polls on our Twitter profile, and for several months now have simultaneously also placed a weekly user poll on our LinkedIn* page. We wanted to share some of the fascinating insights you have shared with us in the form of results from our polls, in order to see the trends that have emerged during this unprecedented year.

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Top 3 Initiatives to Make 2020 Your Year of Change

Article | May 7, 2020

It’s February, and I’m still seeing marketing thought leaders coming out with trend predictions for 2020. The problem with these lists is that they don’t really mean much to marketers who are out there pushing the send button every day, just trying to grind out campaigns and make their numbers.If you’re looking for guidance, though, I have three ideas that could get you started working on an email strategic plan that can integrate with your marketing efforts and help you see marked improvements by the end of 2020.

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Since our inception we have made a commitment to excellence. We've also made this promise: We will never bring on a new partner client unless we KNOW we can generate an ROI. But more than that [we can make it rain]. Our team operates with one unified vision. Integrity, Transparency, Results. We are proud of our work, and the results we’ve achieved for our partners and the relationships we’ve developed with them along the way. What makes us different is our holistic approach to digital marketing. 1 + 1 does NOT = 2 1+1 can = 10x Our level of expertise and insight allow for accelerated results for ALL of our partners. We also focus on education for our partners. We train, coach, and geek out on data and design. This creates transparency, and accountability. Our core competences include multiple disciplines:

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