It's almost the end of the year -- which means marketing leaders everywhere are in the throes of getting organized for a fresh and successful new year.
You're setting goals, managing your budget, reading up on how inbound marketing is changing, and figuring out which positions you can hire for. What's more, you're finding yourself creating a whole bunch of PowerPoint presentations to package this information nicely for your team, your managers, and other key stakeholders.
To help you stay organized and focused through all of your 2017 priorities, we've gathered together a complete collection of executive templates and guides in our latest kit: The 2017 Marketing Strategy Templates & Guides. It includes:
- The 2016 State of Inbound Marketing & Sales Report
- 8 Budget Templates to Manage Your Marketing Spend
- 29 Job Descriptions for Hiring Excellent Marketers
- Top Training Needs for Marketing Teams
- How to Create Beautiful PowerPoints
Use the 2016 State of Inbound Marketing and Sales Report will help you communicate your goals with valuable insight from a diverse collection of global marketers. Then, try out our 8 Budget Templates to take control of all the moving pieces of your expenses on a monthly and quarterly level.
As you finalize the focus of the department, use our collection of 29 Job Descriptions for Hiring Excellent Marketers to identify what positions you might be missing, and then easily copy-and-paste these descriptions into your next job listings. Then, check out our Top Training Needs for Marketing Teams report, where we've compiled the questions marketers miss most from our Inbound Marketing Certification test and provided a refresher for the sections that proved most difficult.
And as you prepare your decks for the training sessions, use our beautiful PowerPoint templates to ensure your presentations are engaging and impactful.
Sounds too good to be true? It's not. For access to all of these resources, download our 2017 Marketing Strategy Templates & Guides today.
Editor's Note: This post was originally published in December 2016 and has been updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.