While artificial intelligence marketing are amazing, they don’t do everything and they’re pricey ($1500 to $5000 per month). Yet for any business hoping to capture big marketshare, AI is a must have.
By using AI Marketers (Gord Collins and Associates), you’re leveraging energy and commitment which other marketing agencies dream of having in the AI marketing era.
Since AI marketing software and solutions are new, small businesses seeking to grow and become market leaders must be trailblazers. We’ll work with you to learn and implement the solution you choose.
3 Key Benefits of Hiring AI Marketers:
Insight: researching and implementing the best choice for your AI marketing solution
Reach: building an effective content strategy, social media strategy, and SEO strategy together
Leads and Sales: power up your lead conversion process
Making Marketing Simpler and Smarter
We’ll try to answer all your who, why, what, which, when and where questions. The BIG PICTURE views though is that we’re the ones to help you lead your market with leading edge solutions. We simply, scale up, and power up your online marketing.
Putting Money Where it Has to Be
AI Marketers is ideally suited to serve small to medium sized businesses who must decrease their marketing staff footprint and put more resources into expertise, advertising, and actionable tactics.
This is an exciting once in a lifetime adventure and we’ll be joining you in it!
The State of AI Marketing in 2019/2020
More companies are adopting AI than most of us realize. We have to remember that AI is in an early stage of implementation in big business and it’s generating a lot of attention now.
Sales teams adopting AI are seeing an increase in leads and appointments of more than 50%, cost reductions of 40%–60%, and call time reductions of 60%–70% according to the Harvard Business Review.
The Albert AI Study Found:
adoption of AI has increased from 43% in 2016 to 88% in 2019
88% of marketers today have adopted—or are in the planning stages of adopting—artificial intelligence
74% of respondents reported using AI-assisted technology, which surfaces insights for marketers to consider during manual decision making
26% of marketers reported using autonomous AI, which can act on its own insights and work collaboratively with marketers
39% believe that AI can play a role in creative development, while just 34% believe it can provide insights into other business functions. Only 22% realize it can serve both needs
47% reported it is to blame for their customer engagement tactics not being as relevant as they should be
42% of respondents reported exploring the potential of taking their digital media and creative in house and 24% already intend to do so
35%) are currently running some part of their digital ad campaigns internally but struggle with scaling those efforts due to limited resources
50% or less say they feel “very well supported” by their current technology in meeting their top objectives
In fairness to the software suppliers, customers haven’t learned how to use AI software optimally. It takes time to become expert in an expert system, but with patience you’ll leap forward in how you serve your customers.