WRITTEN by: Kahlin Hawke |
If you’re like most B2B or healthcare companies, your homepage has for years been the focus of countless marketing meetings. Listening in on a typical meeting you’d likely here questions like:
WRITTEN by: Carly Cheton |
It’s been argued that we are all sales people, in one form or another. Whether at the individual or organizational level, success in business often relies on your ability to sell an idea or an insight in a convincing and persuasive way.
WRITTEN by: Bill Sterzenbach |
Year after year it seems the gap widens between the activities of agencies and the objectives of their clients. Everyone is pursuing the same outcomes, but the path to the goal seems fraught with challenges.
Whether you are concerned about competitors or you simply prefer to keep your new connections and profile activities private, a defensive profile is a good move for you.
There are extensive studies outlining the percentage of callers who are willing to leave a voice mail when a salesperson is not available, but there is surprising little data on what happens to callers after they leave a voice mail. We have that data.
If you are responsible for your b2b website, you probably need leads. How many leads do you need? More. When looking to boost your inbound leads, there are a few fairly simple changes that can make a substantial impact. Today we're going to talk about one such change: getting comfortable with the phrase "Call Me". Aside from the obvious positive impact in the singles scene, this phrase has equal potential in the business world.
WRITTEN by: Andy Sharpe |
prior to finding the one… let’s just say my friend-zone card had some holes punched in it. Being a well-intentioned, somewhat geeky guy it was hard to compete with the studly, more confident and popular fellas. Somehow, I think this relates to the B2B marketing world.