If spoiling your customers is something you’d like to try out to really separate yourself from the competition, here’s how.
Pubcon 2015 is upon us on October 5-8, and this social media and online marketing conference is one you won’t want to miss. Pubcon is an international meeting of the best and brightest minds in search engine optimization, digital advertising, and social media strategy. Though it started in 2000 in a London Pub, it’s been […]
If you ever wonder if Facebook is still cool, and what the next big thing is, you’re not alone. The world of social media is moving at a staggering pace; however, it’s vital that you keep on top of the latest trends.
I’m a firm believer in learning from my lessons, and there have been plenty in marketing over the past nine years.
While animated GIFs can be cheesy and distracting when improperly used, they can also be a powerful part of a visual content strategy.
Organizations get stuck in tradition and expectations, but conventions might be holding you back. To dramatically speed up sales, you’ve got to trim the fat from your sales process and start questioning everything.
Too many people think that politicians are good for nothing–that’s incorrect. Politicians can teach us some very important lessons about sales.
Pump up your sales team by creating a shared sense of purpose. Salespeople who sell “with noble purpose” outperform those who are mainly focused on making money, or meeting specific sales targets.
This simple photo-sharing community, where people can find new recipes, trade crafting tips, and more, has proven that inspiration is truly contagious. For a marketer, Pinterest can be a gold mine of potential customers.
Really getting to know your core customers and predicting the way they’ll react to things can help you fulfill their needs and increase the chances of a sale.