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Posts about Lead Generation
You own a business, run a business, lead a business, or work in a business. That means that you hear a lot about money. The pressure is constantly on us all for more sales, more revenue, more profit, more production. We’re all obsessed with money. Money helps our business grow. And that’s all well and good. […]
In the early 1900s, Reverend Russell Conwell – founder of Temple University – gave a popular speech called “Acres of Diamonds.” The moral of the story is this: Your diamonds are not in far distant mountains or in yonder seas. They are in your own backyard – if you but dig for them. Personally, I […]
Every B2B organization needs new customers. And this means leads – a lot of them. Without an ongoing stream of leads, your business starts gasping for air. And as a leader of your company, you probably start to lose some sleep worrying about cash flow and making payroll. We don’t want this to happen to […]
When I start working with a client, I look for the shortest path to the biggest impact. One of the first areas I review is their sales process and lead conversion. A systematic approach to selling A common area of weakness with many companies is the absence of a systematic approach to selling. Most businesses […]
A frequent question in business is this: “Is our marketing resulting in quality leads?” One of the largest hurdles for marketing to overcome in a business is how to best understand and target leads. Ultimately, the goal of marketing for your company should be to attract highly qualified leads that convert to customers. E-Myth has […]
I was working on a Marketing Plan for one of our clients and as part of my research came across this great article about referrals. Too many businesses understand the power of referrals and word-of-mouth marketing, yet they do not have a systematic approach to getting them. In this article, David Wolfskehl provides some fantastic […]
Many companies put together campaigns with strong business copywriting, but then their marketing falls short when they reach the call to action. What these companies fail to realize is that the call to action is a difference-maker in your copy, and it is the key piece of your campaign to drive home your sale.