Helping marketing professionals create revenue and profit growth strategies for their companies. Marketing, when executed correctly, leads to higher sales and greater profits. That’s the focus of TAG Marketing, this functional society is 100% focused on serving a membership of technology marketing professionals and related services.
TAG Marketing Society’s mission is to build a vibrant community of innovation and knowledge sharing for technology marketing professionals. This includes marketing executives, marketing technology companies and marketing agencies and services.
With a membership comprised of representatives from many of Georgia’s leading corporate marketing and advertising departments, TAG Marketing provides valuable education, networking opportunities, and practical tools that help marketing professionals succeed in today’s environment.
We conduct regular forums designed to foster exchange of ideas from around relevant and practical topics in technology marketing. We also host two signature events including the TAG Marketing Awards to recognize innovators and celebrate successes and a TAG Marketing Geek Out focused on marketing technologies for the geeks that use martech.
Recent Marketing News
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The ABM Agency Featured on Entrepreneur
The ABM Agency’s Vincent DeCastro recently wrote a piece for Entrepreneur.com, titled “6 Skill Sets Every B2B Marketing Team Should Have On Its Roster.”
Digital Safety Net Helps Georgia Small Businesses Survive During COVID-19
Digitally Driven shows that nationally small businesses that embraced digital tools the earliest – “Digital Drivers” – expect 4x better revenue for 2020 compared to “Digital Maintainers,” those who are generally skeptical of digital tools’ value and typically use only a few basic tools such as email and perhaps a website. In Georgia, 40% of small businesses are digital drivers compared to 35% nationally with a predicted 10.76% in revenue reduction compared to an expected 16% reduction in revenue nationally.