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A business where you are supplying services needs to be constantly on the client’s good side. Clients have demands and deadlines for keeping things flowing. Others may be open with you and some may be highly professional. If your business is still in the startup phase, your clients will mean much more than an established position. Establishing a customer or business partners and stakeholders is an ability in itself. And you must have this…

The term “engagement” is tossed around a lot in the field of social media marketing but few companies really know how to do it. Brands might be playing the effortless game of tweeting, “gramming,” feeding Instagram, and Linkedin-ing notifications on products, services, and informative content, but very little engagement. engagement is not just about involvement. You should be, well, engaging. The “Like My Page” in your business niche, is not going to work as…

Whatever enterprise you’re in, leads — those unique connections which appear to be more likely to buy your products or services —Are what you aspire to achieve most. The more companies in the sales funnel, the greater the opportunity for additional revenue and consumer retention. But maintaining the leads flow can be an incredibly boring task with tons of manual labour. The lead management puzzle includes a number of moving parts: forms, CRMs, email…

If you’re a news publication, a travel writer or a digital advertising network, being mindful of what attracts or deters visitors on your website is an important marketing capability for any productive company. While we can all intuitively discern websites that talk to us from their not-so-pleasant counterparts, it is not that straightforward to recognise the features that make or break a strong website. User involvement is a major influencing factor to all the…

It does seem that budding entrepreneurs almost always make the news and reap most of the acceptance and appreciation for their achievements. Just think of Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook),  Pete Cashmore (Mashable) and Matt Mullenweg (WordPress)—all in their premature 20s, and hot on the list of successful businessmen. However, the creator’s age isn’t the prime factor deciding whether a company will be profitable or not. All such six successful businessmen, years respectively ranging from the 40s…

This idea of setting up and growing a small-budget, a funded startup is a really major topic, not only for small businesses who are super careful with the money they have invested in it. One bottom line is that starting your own venture does not have to cost you a lifetime of loans. When you’re ready to put in a little bit more time and sweat. In reality, not just running a business on a…

It’s been many years Since content brand stories and social networks have dominated marketing conversations.  Big brands create entire content platforms which may or may not feature their products. Social networking is overflowing with companies that have no other means of advertisement. And everything runs a bit too fast. Whether any of this relates to them, it makes a small business wonder. Can a local business use social networking or marketing content to…