Agile Marketing Explained

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Despite the growing popularity of Agile Marketing and the fervent evangelism of early adopters, most marketers remain at least a bit confused, says industry expert Andrea Fryrear, Chief Content Officer for Fox Content.

We get it. Questions are to be expected. Why? Because, although the basic Agile modus operandi is fairly straightforward – release work rapidly, learn from its performance, and adjust accordingly – agile teams need an internal system that supports a new way of doing marketing.

Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about Agile Marketing and how you can make it work for you.

Source: Content Marketing Institute

Published by April Neill

Content Marketer, Copy Writer, Digital Marketer and PR professional with 20+ years’ experience developing and executing all aspects of traditional and digital PR campaigns to increase brand recognition and media exposure and supporting strategic marketing initiatives. Founder/Principal Consultant of Plainfield, Illinois based Public Relations Consulting firm April Neill Public Relation. As the CEO and Founder of April Neill Public Relations, I'm passionate about helping small businesses, non-profits, and faith-based businesses realize their full potential and about helping them tell their brand story! Our services include digital marketing, social media management, press releases, effective pitching, copywriting, content marketing & strategy, brand journalism, SEO PR, blogging, Wordpress themed website development, email marketing and online brand building.

One thought on “Agile Marketing Explained

  1. So Agile marketing is what we used to call productive predictive marketing. High volley count, strong message that is repeated.
    Yep I think businesses have been that successfully for hundreds of years.

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