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Data-driven Ways to Increase Sales in a Saturated Online Market

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

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In a saturated market, online businesses are constantly competing with others to distinguish themselves, more so when the competition implements the same marketing campaigns to the same target consumers.

 

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Streamlining Lead-nurturing Campaigns with Customer Data

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

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Building an active relationship with buyers equips marketing teams with the skills and tools necessary in guiding people through the sales journey. Engaged sales teams in turn are able to nurture leads and anticipate consumer needs to improve the buying experience.

 

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Weekly Link Round Up – 05-31-13

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Social Media Is For Closers: Using Social Media Helps Make Quotas Study Says (Business2Community.com)

If you’re looking to dominate the sales world, social media can be one of your greatest tools. Studies show that Social media marketing doesn’t just help you meet sales goals, it helps you exceed them.

How Your Social Media Content Can Drive Sales-Focused Engagement (ContentMarketingInstitute.com)

If engagement is the goal line of our content creation, then social sales is the best way to go about it. By harnessing the right conversation and providing the right content value to the right people on the right platform at the right time, it’ll be easier to drive more sales.

5 Tips for Generating Serious Sales with Social Media (MemeBurn.com)

Social media is popular among small businesses because many believe that they can only post helpful articles, images or videos, and soon customers will start clamoring for their services or products. It’s possible to generate sales on the social web, but creating quality content is not enough. It should be magnetic and be focused on reaching your goals.

Your Sales Pitch Sucks (SocialMediaToday.com)

When you really listen and try to understand a prospect’s situation and needs, you will be able to help them identify the perfect solution, helping you to never have to give a pitch ever again. All you have to do is simply provide a solution to their problem as they see it.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Social Calls-to-Action Work (DanZarella.com)

When brands made the shift to social media, it suddenly became unfashionable to use calls-to-action. Research into social calls-to-action across multiple channels for the past few years determined that they actually produce increased action rates.

13 Steps for Social Networking Success

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

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Outside of building your own social media homebase, it’s important to interact on some of the social media sites out there to build your social web presence. Some of the most popular include Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Myspace, and LinkedIn.

There is probably a new social networking site launched every week. You need to explore which ones are the best fit for you. Rather than jumping on every new site, do some research to determine which sites fit your niche and prioritize the top two or three sites you think will have the biggest impact for you. Anytime you join a new community, here are some points to take into consideration:

 

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