Digital Marketing Roadmaps – @intersection1 by Mark Smiciklas


social media strategy roadmap

Are you a fan of those BIG strategic reports? You know… the ones that never get read, gather cobwebs at the back of your filing cabinet or get used to keep the door to your office propped open.

You will be happy to know that your Intersection Digital Marketing Road Map will be presented in a visual, concise and easy to read format.

You will receive a straightforward, no-nonsense plan that includes sets of strategies, tactics and objectives for your organization to work through over a six to twelve month period.

The following areas make up the framework that’s used to design your digital road map:

  1. Research
  2. Planning
  3. Implementation
  4. Management
  5. Measurement

The end result is a manageable plan that is customized to your specific marketing and communication needs – and takes into account the capacity of your organization.

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How to Go Paperless: 8 Ways

Let’s assume that you’re over the whole ‘go green’ initiative since recycling placates your conscience and the whales are safe, thanks to Drew Barrymore and that guy from The Office. The environmental effects of going paperless will be secondary to the impact on your bottom line. The more important and better question is: How much can you save by going paperless?

Consider these stats from industry experts:

Paper not only costs the environment, but using paper over digital records can really hurt your wallet: The associated cost of printing, copying, postage, storing, and recycling can be as much as 31 times the purchase price of paper.
The average office worker uses way too much paper – around 10,000 sheets in a year. To put that into context 10,000 sheets of paper weighs about 100 pounds and stacked would stand just over 4 feet.
Like your filing cabinet? After you read this you probably won’t anymore: A 4-drawer filing cabinet costs about $25,000 to fill and $2,000 per year to maintain.


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PaperlessWhy should you go paperless? Is it even possible? The short answer, yes but it’s very difficult. With some diligence and flexibility to change your old ways, you can have a pretty big impact.

Let’s assume that you’re over the whole ‘go green’ initiative since recycling placates your conscience and the whales are safe, thanks to Drew Barrymore and that guy from The Office.  The environmental effects of going paperless will be secondary to the impact on your bottom line.  The more important and better question is: How much can you save by going paperless?

Consider these stats from industry experts:

  • Paper not only costs the environment, but using paper over digital records can really hurt your wallet: The associated cost of printing, copying, postage, storing, and recycling can be as much as 31 times the purchase price of paper.
  • The average office worker uses way too much paper – around 10,000 sheets in a year. To put that into context 10,000 sheets of paper weighs about 100 pounds and stacked would stand just over 4 feet.
  • Like your filing cabinet? After you read this you probably won’t anymore: A 4-drawer filing cabinet costs about $25,000 to fill and $2,000 per year to maintain. Leer más “How to Go Paperless: 8 Ways”