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CEO and marketing

10 Signs Your CEO Has an Obsolete Perception for Marketing  

 

In introducing new tactics in sales and marketing, we all have experience to be denied from our CEO. This is where complication happens when our CEO won’t like to recognize new ways in marketing. After all, most CEOs don’t have that marketing background and if they do, they are likely to be stuck in their own knowledge about marketing. Read more

How Android 6 “Marshmallow” works with SEO marketing

Recently released android version 6.0 named “Marshmallow” and its new features help SEO building in making way to improve keyword organic search by Google. Now, keyword searching has never been so integrated according to Google. This leverage the use of SEO marketers in improving service in content provision and development. Read more

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3 Hacks In Building Reputation In Your Market  

 

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There are many people took misunderstanding about ‘focusing on a certain single market will lose out a lot of opportunity.” True enough, some opportunity in other resource market might be missed. But keep in mind that if you put your lens under the ray of sunlight, you can amplify that ray and create a laser that will beam up your niche, saying so you will achieve more than losing less. Read more

Key Tips for Effective Telemarketing

First and last impression lasts. Good or bad, it always is. For most inbound customer service across the globe, they always tell their sales advocates to make a lasting impression no matter what. This concept is highly needed, in this line of B2B marketing where we should feed of the interest of our clients and give them the best experience as possible.

Remember the time you called your wireless provider and they did not help you out. What kind of impression they did to make you feel that way? Was it good or bad?

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Can Appointment Setting Fix Your Content Problem?

Appointment setting strategies are often favored by businesses that don’t well in making strong first impressions. Or at least, the nature of their products, services, or industry makes it hard for them to attract prospects without putting extra leg work in guiding them to a buying decision.

It might lead you to believe that this sort of process could be the perfect solution to problems with marketing content. After all, your marketing content is really just there to attract calls, inquiries, contact forms, or other meager expressions of prospect interest. Conversion is where it’s at right?

Not exactly.

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