Top 10 Digital Marketing Tips for 2021
We know that while it’s 2021, you might still feel like you’re in the movie “Groundhog Day”.
But while you’re working from home thinking not much has changed, the global pandemic has pulled forward almost a decade of digitization, and that includes all things marketing!
The Supplier’s Council is welcoming back Ted Lau, CEO of Award-Winning Ballistic Arts to talk about the Top 10 Digital Marketing Tips for 2021! Ted will share tips and EASY tricks for you to implement into your own marketing!
Get suited up in your best WFH outfits and get ready to take on new learning, and have some fun!
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Anyone who wants to take advantage of digital marketing!
Ted Lau, Owner and CEO, Ballistic Arts
Ted Lau is the Owner and CEO of Ballistic Arts. Founded in 2002, Ballistic Arts is a high-touch award-winning Lead Generation Digital Marketing Agency that focuses on online lead generation and brand awareness for North America’s best known brands, B2B Professional Services Provider Companies, and Membership Based Associations. Ballistic Arts has full divisions in lead generation digital marketing, graphic design, video production, and web development.
Their client roster includes Century 21, Meridian Farm Market, Tim Hortons, Vancity, Seaspan, and UBC, to name a few.
By marrying compelling creative content with precise lead conversion data, Ballistic Arts has successfully increased clients leads by up to 750%, while beating industry standard ad buys by 30-80%.
Named Top 100 Digital Agencies by Clutch, Best Full-Service Digital Marketing Agency in BC by the Canadian Business Awards, as well as Business of the Year Winner (11-30 Employees) by the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce, Ted is grateful to have built one of North America’s top Lead Generation Digital Marketing Agencies.
He is also a host on national marketing podcast, Marketing News Canada, where he has interviewed former Bumble CMO Chelsea Cain-Mclain, Astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield, Unbounce Chief Strategy Officer Tamara Grominsky, Black Talent Initiative Founder Mark Harrison, and Google’s Chief Marketing Strategist, Neil Hoyne. He’s an avid NFL fan, loves to cook delicious plant-based meals, and lives on the West Coast with his wife and daughter.