Tag: database


Sep

15

2014
Get your leads out of the cold.

Your List: Your Business Lifeline

Hopefully your company has well-defined processes to develop and collect qualified contacts, leads, customers, and anyone in your target market with whom you want to communicate. If not, now’s the time. Prospect and customer list development and management goes right up among the most important business development projects you can undertake. Just as with social media, your outbound communications will be wasted if the network...

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Feb

13

2014
Demos do this.

Bragging Rights: 5 Tips for Using Demos as a Marketing Tool

We all know that proper positioning of our products is essential. But for a strong and lasting business, even the most brilliant positioning will never take the place of showing off your great offering using demos. When you have great product, bragging rights apply. So use demos to showcase your offering while building awareness and understanding. Product demonstrations hold enormous sway in the sales cycle,...

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Aug

26

2013
Content Marketing for K-12 Education

Content Marketing for K-12 Education

Content marketing has long been a part of the K-12 mix – certainly before the phrase “content marketing” became an often-used buzzword. But should content marketing for K-12 reach beyond white papers and success stories and delve into more consumer-oriented CM tactics? Content marketing for K-12 ed has traditionally been more about showing authority and leadership than discoverability. Generally, we design our content for deployment...

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May

05

2013
Find your great customers and keep your business strong.

RFM: A Simple Way to Grow Your Business

If asked who your best customers are, you might consider them based solely on dollar volume. Big spender, great customer. Makes sense, right? Not necessarily. Dollars spent are one part of what you need to know. Considering only the dollar value of a customer leaves off other indicators that help tell the tale of potential future earnings. It’s common business sense that mining your customer...

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Apr

12

2013
You've got mail.

Email Marketing 101

When you send out a solicitation email, you’re initiating the first step in a communication chain devised to create action.  Generally, the second step is to move the recipient to your website, where you’ll wow them with great content, a great product, and a great offer.  Don’t   overload the email copy….create enough interest to cause action.   Remember:   you’re not going for the sale in the email.  Keep...

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