Nick Baggott's CRM & Digital Marketing blog

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Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Berkshire
Location:wokingham

CRM & Digital marketing consultant and trainer, talking about the latest developments in marketing



Latest Blog Posts



Have you communicated differently since the onset of Corona Virus? Have you become more empathetic? more customer focused? More service focused? More willing to share your brand purpose? If you haven't changed, then why not? The world has changed, cu...

Every client that I am working with has switched to virtual. Some clients delayed face to face for a while, thinking it was a temporary postponement, but most of those have now re-booked virtual courses. What has been interesting to me, as I do more...

SEMrush have just posted this excellent quick SEO checklist on their Twitter account  There is also a link to an excellent and very detailed article, I have pasted the link at the end of this short post. When I am running digital marketing training...

Back to work

on Sep 1, 2020

Sorry for the lack of posts over the summer. I have taken some time out to recharge the batteries. Now the schools and colleges are going back to work, I shall be back too. I'll be posting here again very...

Every January Hootsuite produces the most comprehensive and reliable study of digital marketing that is available. I use their studies regularly as reference materials for my training and consulting. In April, Hootsuite published an updated report, l...

I have recently guest written 2 posts for the Chartered Institute of Marketing's blog They are: Are you striking the right tone on social media And: Adapting your content marketing in the age of coronavirus In these articles, I explore how brands sho...

It is not unusual for me to work at home. I am effectively self employed. I deliver training courses and marketing consultancy. In a normal week I would be out with clients for say 3 days and working at home for 2 days. I quite like that arrangement.