What do you talk about in your marketing communications when nobody wants to buy your existing product? How do you do marketing in a crisis, when everyone seems to be shouting the same thing?
Forgive the language, in the current circumstances, but it’s pretty much adapt or die in the ELT industry.
The coronavirus pandemic has, and will continue to, caused huge damage to the industry. Slumps in income will inevitably lead to closures - those who survive will, most likely, be the ones who…
What is the scale of the opportunity to deliver online ELT programmes to a market that really wants face-to-face, cultural experiences abroad?
At Disquiet Dog, we've worked as a remote team from the outset, so the idea of managing a remote team is second nature to us. Here we list some of our principles and values, in case any of them help you if you're looking to manage a remote team for the first time.
Whilst it might be all hands to the pump operationally, as a digital marketer you might be wondering what on earth to do with yourself. Here are a handful of things to help you make progress amid the uncertainty.
There are lots of articles on the internet about how CRMs can improve your SEO. But here we’re considering the inverse of that argument. Could improvements to your SEO actually negate the need for a CRM (customer relationship management) solution, if you have one? Or could those improvements at…
On 19th and 21st November 2019, Richard Bradford, Disquiet Dog's MD delivered two workshops to explore digital marketing and identify manageable marketing strategies for micro and small businesses working in the watersports, hospitality and wider tourism sectors in West Sussex.
Disquiet Dog will be delivering two digital marketing workshop events for watersports and tourism providers up and down the West Sussex coast, in conjunction with the All on Board regional strategy which is championed by Samantha Smithson, Watersports Development Officer at Coastal West Sussex.