Digital Marketing 360
You want to understand opportunities in digital media?
You want to understand the digital landscape?
You want to implement an integrated digital marketing plan?
You want to create a social media content strategy plan?
You want to use social media across the purchase funnel?
You want to create effective content marketing?
You want to build your brand through influencer marketing?
You want to implement social listening and community management?
- You are confused by TOFU, MOFU and BOFU?
- You have no idea what we are talking about and need urgent help?
For businesses to compete effectively today, it’s essential that they use digital marketing to support their business and marketing strategies. Each one of us now spends several hours each day using digital media, whether we’re looking for entertainment, social interaction or seeking new products. Businesses and brands that don’t have the right digital tactics shown in the visual within their marketing communications programmes miss out on opportunities to influence consumers at key online touchpoints.
Frequently Asked Questions
Although the terms “coach” and “consultant” are often used interchangeably, they actually represent distinct roles and approaches to problem-solving.
A consultant is typically someone who provides expert advice and guidance to individuals or organizations in a particular area of expertise. Consultants are often hired to solve specific problems or address particular challenges, and they bring their knowledge, experience, and skills to bear on those issues. Consultants may work in a range of fields, such as business strategy, marketing, technology, or human resources.
A coach, on the other hand, focuses on empowering clients to identify and achieve their goals. Coaches help clients to clarify their thinking, explore their values, and develop their own solutions to problems. Rather than providing answers, coaches ask questions and provide support and guidance to help clients develop their own insights and solutions. Coaches work with clients on an ongoing basis and often help them to develop skills and strategies for long-term success.
In summary, a consultant is typically an expert who provides answers and solutions to specific problems, while a coach empowers clients to develop their own solutions and achieve their goals over time.
Expertise and knowledge: A consultant should have specialized knowledge and expertise in their field. They should be able to offer insights and solutions that you may not have considered before.
Analysis and diagnosis: A consultant should be able to analyze your situation and diagnose the root causes of any problems. They should be able to provide a clear assessment of the situation and help you understand what needs to be done to address it.
Recommendations and solutions: A consultant should provide specific recommendations and solutions to address the problem or achieve the goal. They should provide actionable steps and a roadmap for implementation.
Collaboration and communication: A consultant should work collaboratively with you and your team to implement the recommendations and solutions. They should be open to feedback and adjust their approach as needed. They should also communicate regularly with you to keep you informed of progress.
Results: Ultimately, you should expect the consultant to deliver results. They should be able to help you achieve your goals and solve the problem you hired them to address.
Yes, we also offer trainings, workshops, seminars and keynotes. Do contact us if you would like to learn more about our offers.
We are a member at the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Deutscher Fachverband Coaching (DFC), Forbes Coaches Council and a Fellow at the Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School.