Business Experts Release Basketball Marketing Bracket. Which Of 64 Tactics Wins?

Fannit.com has released a creative new March Madness business marketing bracket to help CEOs and marketers distinguish best business strategies.

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The March Madness Business Marketing bracket helps show best business strategies.

The March Madness Business Marketing tournament bracket is sure to create discussion and interest as Fannit continues the series and explains the best online marketing tactics.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 22, 2014

Spring has arrived, and with it the NCAA March Madness college basketball tournament. This tournament features 64 teams aggressively competing for a place in the Final Four. It requires nearly three weeks of competition before the title of national champion is finally taken by one of these teams.

The experts at Fannit.com have joined the national crowd of basketball fans and launched a new March Madness-themed blog series on best marketing tactics. Part I in this series is now available, presenting the March Madness Business Marketing tournament bracket, which lists 64 online marketing strategies competing against each other for the title of Champion Tactic.

This business marketing bracket is built much like the NCAA March Madness tournament bracket: It lists 64 “teams” (marketing strategies) competing in the first round, each given a seeding from 1 to 16 based on past precedent and popular thought. The bracket is also divided into four parts, although instead of regions, these are labelled as categories of online marketing. Teams then progress through the tournament as they defeat their opponents until only one team from each region is left. These teams battle for a chance to achieve the status of national champions. The question Fannit asks is, which marketing strategy will prove to be the best out of the original 64?

Readers are encouraged to fill out the bracket with their guesses as to which strategies defeat the others and turn in their completed brackets to Isaac Campbell, the author of the post. Fannit tells readers they will choose a winner from the completed brackets submitted, and award that reader with a public congratulation.

The March Madness Business Marketing tournament bracket is sure to create discussion and interest as Fannit continues the series and explains the best online marketing tactics. Business owners, marketers, and basketball fans will find this to be a fun way to learn excellent business strategy.

About Fannit:

Fannit.com specializes in using Internet, social media and email marketing to help their clients connect with prospective new customers as well as current customers to generate business growth and expand their online voice. Fannit uses unique Internet marketing techniques like search engine marketing (SEM), content development, search engine optimization (SEO), pay per click (PPC), social media marketing (SMM), Lead Conversion Strategies, and email marketing to help their clients grow. Fannit’s corporate offices are located at 2911 Hewitt Ave Everett, WA 98201, but serves clients across the US, Canada and Europe.

Contact:
Neil Eneix
Chief Operating Officer
neil(at)fannit(dot)com
425.359.7989


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