AMG Marketing Blog

Top 5 Employee Retention Strategies

Employee retention solves many problems such as turnover, lack of consistency, camaraderie, and more. Customers notice when employee turnover is at a high and job seekers do too. When it comes to keeping your employees, here the top five employee retention strategies. Read More

Steps to Success Using Lead Generation

This is something that ought to be read by everyone who owns and/or runs a business, no matter the industry or size of the company. In order for a company to survive, at times it is necessary to generate business. It is not a good idea to constantly be calling the same group of people, or else you can wear out your welcome. Therefore, a company must get new clients or customers. That involves lead generation and marketing efforts to turn those leads into clients. That is precisely the focus of this blog, keep reading. Read More

Grammar & Punctuation - Causalities of Smart Phone Communication

In a world filled with instant messaging, texts and tweets, it seems the need for proper rules of written communication have been tossed aside in the interest of brevity. We've become quite proficient at summing up an entire day's activities in 50 characters or less. But what impact does this have on our ability to use properly written communication skills when we need to and are those skills as necessary as they used to be? Read More

Pros and Cons of Hiring Remote Workers

The future of your business could be in the hands of remote workers. Back in 2015, 23 percent of employees spent time working remotely, and 79 percent of knowledge workers reported working online. If you aren't currently hiring remote employees or contracting with freelancers online, consider the pros and cons of hiring remote workers and tapping into this dynamic and growing workforce. Read More

Evolution of the Advertising Industry

The advertising industry has always been a key part of how consumer's get information about products and how their buying behavior has changed. Think about if you wanted a soda and walked into a store to find a can of Coke sitting next to a can of soda you had never seen or heard of before. It could be exactly the same product, but because it is packaged in a way that hasn't been advertised to you, you might feel distrustful of it. That's why advertising has played such a powerful role in sales over the years... Read More

The Benefits of Taking Care of Your Employees

Keeping your employees happy is not only good for them and their well-being - it's also great for your company. Unhappy employees can reflect poorly on company culture and management, which can affect your customers' perception of your brand. It can also be costly to replace employees because you have to train new workers and you lose the time and training you've invested in your current ones. For these reasons, you should always be striving to reach higher retention rates for your company. Here are just a few of the benefits of keeping your employees happy... Read More

Are Your Technology Capabilities Up to Speed?

In order to stay competitive in the modern business landscape, all companies need to periodically check in and make sure that their capabilities are up to speed. With business technology changing at such a rapid pace, it's easy for an organization to fall behind and lose their competitive edge. It's important to stay on top of new technologies to make sure your company is operating as efficiently and productively as it can. Here are some of the benefits of staying up to date with technology... Read More

Why a Good Work Environment Ultimately Impacts Customer Satisfaction

A work environment can have a significant impact on many aspects of your business. After all, employees spend a large portion of their days at the office so it makes sense that it would affect their general well-being. And a happy employee means happy customers. Jessica Pryce-Jones notes in her book, "Happiness at Work: Maximizing Your Psychological Capital for Success," that we spend more than a decade of our lives - 90,000 hours - at work... Read More

Why Businesses Must Be Willing To Adapt

Even the most successful businesses run the risk of getting too set in their own ways. Innovators like Apple, Google, Tesla and others didn't achieve their level of success by continuing to do things the same way that they always have. They, and other thriving businesses, are constantly looking for new ways to embrace technology, keep up with their customers needs and adapt to their market. Here is a closer look at why it is so important that businesses are ready and willing to adapt. Read More