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Tom Valcanis

Tom Valcanis, Copywriter at

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I was a Marketing and Communications Manager at a not-for-profit once and I did a lot of thumb-twiddling and call-answering. But when it got busy around event time, I was working 12 hour days. So it all depends on what your strategy is and whether you need a dedicated team or not.

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Hatty Bell

, Team at

Good points @Tom Valcanis . Outsourcing makes it easier to hire experts suitable for a particular project or suited to a certain style.

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Phil Khor

Phil Khor, Founder at

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Hi John, thanks for the question. Thought I'll re-post the answer to your question via PM again here for the benefit of other members too.
Hope this helps.

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James Norquay

James Norquay, SEO Director at

It depends how scalable and what type of niche your product is in. If you are a specialised b2b company you are only going to have a specific number of customers, for example if its a niche product with 1000 customers. If you are a main stream market like a mobile phone or a supermarket you can spend 150 million a year on advertising in Australia, yet the b2b might only spend $10,000. So my answer is it depends on the company.

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Gregory Ferrett

Gregory Ferrett, Editor at Monday Motivational Moment

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You can download at https://play.google.com/store Then simply type in SALES ANALYZER in the search facility - my colleague is Michael Tregonning (it is his IP) and was developed by the University of Ballarat Greg

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Farhad Khurshed

Farhad Khurshed, Founder at Copywriting-Results

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What's important is to look at the Market, Message and Media triangle. Research your market to find out what they read, view, watch or listen to. Also find out what kind of message will appeal to them and what's the best media to convey the message. For example video is great for product demonstrations. ...  Continue Reading
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Tom Valcanis

Tom Valcanis, Copywriter at

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I personally don't find it useful. If people are signed up to your channel as a customer service or news portal it might be worth something. Bloomberg and the WHO used WhatsApp to distribute news during the COVID-19 pandemic, but later abandoned it.

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Hatty Bell

, Team at

Thanks @Tom Valcanis - interesting to hear! I haven't received a whatsapp from a business before but I can't help comparing these to the messages I receive via Instagram DM. Personally I find those very annoying and that they don't influence my buying decisions at all.

Yee Trinh

, Cofounder at

Interesting @Tom Valcanis . I'm not too familiar but I think WeChat has that feature as well but they separate out business/news posts so it's more easily digested without being intrusive. 

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Jamie Bone

Jamie Bone, Director at

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Nothing more than we normally do such as removing from site and recycling all packaging material and trying to specify energy efficient equipment.
Somehow I don't think a 4 metre by 2 metre Unilumin screen that consumes 2 kilowatts of electricity is very energy efficient though...

Hatty Bell

, Team at

Sounds good @Jamie Bone ! It's difficult with these big corporations...can they really offset all the bad they do?