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If you’re like most of our clients, you're a service based business who recognizes the need for establishing a strategic and process approach to generating leads and closing deals. You have 2-50 employees, no VP of marketing or CMO and over the years maybe have built a small admin team. You're also outwardly successful while doing very little organized marketing. You are committed to dominating your market and focused on delivering the best customer experience possible. You strive to grow, get better, and reach your business goals but the number of small business marketing services and on the fly marketing decisions has your head spinning. You understand effective marketing, is not a single tactic or event, it’s a process that lives and dies by your ability to test and measure and adapt.
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Your Daily Dose of Marketing As a Process
As a small business owner, you’re likely asking yourself, “how do customers learn about our business? what can we do to not compete on price? and how do we generate more referrals?” Knowing the customer journey of your business can help answer these questions. The customer journey refers to the way your small business must address Read more about Guide to Mapping the Customer Journey for Small Businesses[…]
Lead follow up is an important strategic marketing and sales practice that, when thought of correctly, never really ends. While many professional service providers try to spend as much time as possible on lead generation strategies to bring new leads in, whether through search engine optimization (SEO), advertising in publications, utilizing social media and networking sites, Read more about Keys to Lead Follow-Up for Professional Services[…]
These days, authority matters. For professional service providers, your perceived authority is what allows you to up your game. Not only will building your brand’s authority help attract new business, and create more opportunities, but it’ll also drastically shorten sales cycles. But here’s the thing you must understand — building brand authority is a marathon, not a Read more about Building Your Brand Authority: A Guide for Professional Service Providers[…]
How many attempts does it take to break through to busy buyers? What offers are most accepted? Do cold meetings convert to new business? This new benchmark report, Top Performance in Sales Prospecting, uncovered the answers to these critical prospecting questions. But for small business owners, you have another set of problems when it comes to Read more about 5 Must-Know B2B Sales Prospecting Stats for Small Businesses[…]
There are (probably) 27,000 templates for marketing plans. One is sure to be perfect for your small business, and you’ll probably find the right one about 6 months past when you needed it. But it’s really not a template you need. It’s a process approach to understanding where you’ve been, where you are, where you’re going Read more about 4 Tactics You Must Use to Develop Your Marketing Strategy[…]
What Does Your Marketing Strategy Say About Your Business? The Big Mistake Small Business Owners Can Easily Avoid
Is your marketing strategy preventing you from attracting more clients? Learn how to complete your marketing strategy in a way that facilitates sales. You use marketing strategy about your ideal clients so that you can build stronger relationships. In the same way, potential clients engage your marketing strategy to collect information and gauge interactions to Read more about What Does Your Marketing Strategy Say About Your Business? The Big Mistake Small Business Owners Can Easily Avoid[…]
In any marketing conversation (or one that you hope to be effective) it’s common to hear that you must know your target market. What bothers me most about this simple target market approach is that it still allows small businesses to chase anyone who has a business card. Instead, it’s important that you develop an Read more about How to Define Your Ideal Customer in 4 Questions[…]
No matter what you sell — a product, a service, a subscription, etc. — you’re selling a solution to a problem. Prospects aren’t looking for our products and services, they’re looking to get their problems solved. The business owner who can understand the problem the best is most likely the one that gets the business. Read more about Small Business Owners: Are You Selling or Solving?[…]
I don’t know about you, but anytime I search the internet for marketing plan advice or tips and try to figure out how to do something myself, I get information overload. My attention is everywhere and my productivity goes way down. So I put together something, I’m calling “Why It Is Essential to Put Marketing Planning Read more about Essential Strategic Marketing Plan Components for Small Business Owners[…]
Digging into a recent study I found some interesting data that shows, generating qualified b2b leads remains a top challenge for businesses and a third of b2b leads want the opportunity to see a service/product in action very early on. These b2b prospects want a very tangible understanding of what they’re potentially buying, and they Read more about How to Get Your B2B Leads to the Next Step in the B2B Buying Process[…]