Archives for January 2014

How to Get Existing Leads to Do Your Email Marketing for You

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Learn how to get your new leads to do email marketing for you to help you generate even more new leads!

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B2B Sales Growth in a Nutshell

See on Scoop.itSelling through Channels

We live in a time when technology has given all businesses, from independent consultants to large corporations, the ability to make a massive impact with their brand in months, not years. Yet so many businesses seem to struggle with the change of approach they need to make to harness the new marketing and selling environment.

See on www.sellingfearlessly.com

Content Marketing

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In-depth Guide To Content Creation

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How to Get Past the Gatekeeper and Reach Decision-Makers Quickly | InsightSquared

See on Scoop.itEngaging Sales Conversations

Any sales rep can get past gatekeepers to reach the key decision-makers – here’s how.

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Customer experience and mobile seen as most exciting business opportunities in 2014

See on Scoop.itTrends in Mobile Web use

Customer experience, mobile and content marketing are among the three most important business opportunities in 2014, according to a new report from Econsultancy and Adobe.

See on econsultancy.com

Seven super exciting predictions for boring old email marketing in 2014

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It’s that time of year again, where pundits around the world give their predictions for 2014. So let’s look at the most boringly lucrative of online channels: email marketing.

See on econsultancy.com

Not All Leads Are Born Equal: Effectively Prospect Using These Metrics

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Learn how to effectively prospect with these metrics.

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Basket abandonment emails: why you should be sending them

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We’ve all done it. In fact even as I write this, I’m fully aware there’s a shopping basket full of blu-rays on an ecommerce site, from the end of 2013, sitting and waiting for me to click ‘confirm purchase’.

See on econsultancy.com

Send more email, make more money?

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I can understand why those more insulated from the coalface of email marketing may get confused with the seeming reluctance of some email marketers to increase their email frequency.

See on econsultancy.com

Email frequency: how much is too much?

See on Scoop.itTrends in Mobile Web use

How much email is too much email? That is the question.

See on econsultancy.com