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How to increase marketing’s impact on revenue

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Traditionally, marketing’s job was to promote your company’s brand and to generate leads for your sales force to follow-up on. Today, its role is much more complex. The marketing department must single-handedly attract, educate and nurture prospects – and make a measurable impact on your company’s revenue. But how can you grow the marketing function…

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Stay top-of-mind throughout the buying process

Stay top-of-mind in the buying process

To keep your company top of mind, you must communicate with your prospects on a regular basis. But the average business person is bombarded by hundreds of messages per day, making it a challenging task for even the most seasoned marketers. The secret There’s a secret to ensure that your brand captures a top spot…

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Marketing’s Secret Sauce: The Message

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It seems like anything successful has a secret formula, proprietary technology or “secret sauce” behind it that makes people talk about it. Marketing is no different. The secret sauce of successful marketing is the message. It must command the attention of its target audience, get them to think and feel something – and ultimately like,…

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Branding, Content, and the Sales Pitch: Finding the Right Balance

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The temptation to hammer your audience with a peppy sales pitch when you’re trying to write content can be hard to overcome. Marketers are supposed to market, right? So why shouldn’t we be screaming Buy! Buy! Buy! like freakshow carnival barkers? Oh, wait, that’s actually the answer. Yikes. Aggressiveness is out. Instead of demanding action…

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You’re Busy: Here’s How to Make Marketing a Priority in 2016

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“Vision without execution is hallucination.” Many business leaders have great vision, but it’s hard to pull off the actual execution part—especially for small businesses. One of the hardest areas to manage is marketing. It’s a constant, ongoing process: promotion, conversion, leads, follow-up, sale, follow-through, and repeat sales. Process disruption is common, lead times can be…

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