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What Should You Be Asking Your Fulfillment Company?

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Taking stock of your fulfillment company is an important part of achieving and maintaining success. You rely on your fulfillment company to fill orders, and to do so with a high degree of speed and accuracy. Even if things seem to be going well, it’s always a good idea to take some time to assess… Read More »

Fulfillment 101

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Thanks to my VP of Sales, Karen DeWolfe, for helping on this one!  Fulfillment is a process. Not one specific task. It involves everything from warehousing materials, to filling an order, to packaging and shipping it in a timely manner. The materials may go directly to the end user, or it may go to the… Read More »

Find Your Marketing Voice

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Did you know that you have a marketing voice? Your marketing voice is what makes your business resonate with your prospects and customers. It’s distinctly “you.” (Of course, the “you” here is a business “you.”) It’s all about your tone in all your marketing materials. The style in which your materials are written. From your… Read More »

Content, Responsive Web, And Mobile Strategy

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You should plan your content, all your content, for mobile. Sound crazy? Maybe it is. But here’s the thing – you know you need to keep your mobile content relevant. Mobile users don’t want the fluff. They want what they want, when they want it…on their various mobile devices. So when you are planning your… Read More »

What Is Responsive Web Development?

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Responsive web development and design is the idea that the development of a website should actually respond to the environment that a user is in, and the user’s actions. This involves the platform, orientation and screen size. Ideally, when a user switches devices, the website itself should switch seamlessly, accommodating for the difference in screen… Read More »

Embrace The Multi-Channel World

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Picture your customer. You may think this is a simple task. Your customer is who you want to sell to. Surely, you have an idea of what kind of person needs your product or service. But then, take a step back. How intricate and splintered have our lives become outside of the office? We consume… Read More »

Are You Losing The Mobile Marketing Battle?

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The mobile marketing world can be full of obstacles and pitfalls. Some marketers may ignore it in an effort to deny its importance. Others may just not want to deal with the work involved with gearing things toward mobile devices. And many marketers dabbles in it, getting their feet barely wet and stepping slowly, as… Read More »

What is “Solutions Selling?”

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The term “Solution Selling” has been around for a while. Frank Watts laid claim to the term as early as 1975 at Wang Laboratories and started a series of “Solutions Selling” workshops in the early 1980s. One of his major clients for the workshops was Xerox. Subsequently, various spin-offs have emerged, each with its own… Read More »

Tracking and Measurement for Integrated Marketing Services

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According to an October 2010 InfoTrends in-depth study entitled Capturing the Cross Media Direct Marketing Opportunity, the study reported a shift toward not only using more electronic and online marketing, but also more channels. The survey results indicated that marketers are using an average of 2.7 media channels per campaign. Another revealing data point was that 53.1% of marketers are using 3-5 marketing touches per campaign! This data clearly illustrates how quickly marketers are evolving their tactics to leverage the improved results of more personal and relevant communication across multiple touches. Study data indicates that 55% of marketers today don’t have a “formal” tracking and measurement program in place. The number one reason is it is difficult to accomplish and they lack the resources to get it done.

Facebook Basics for the Marketing Services Provider

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Did you know that Facebook has over 200 million active users? Don’t you think your current and future customers are among them? So stop putting off the inevitable and set up a Facebook business page so you can connect with prospects and customers, promote your products/services, and also the content you put out (articles, videos, audios, etc.) about your products and services.