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Jumpstart your Social Selling

At this point, social media is everywhere. For virtually anyone online, it’s essentially a fact of life. So many of us have social networks down solidly, but businesses are still getting their sea legs, so to speak. For the most part, businesses have woken up to the “why” of using social media to increase sales, but the “how” tends to be elusive. It’s no longer enough to simply be on social networks, but businesses need to stay active on them and be thoughtful of how they are interacting with their audiences. B2B businesses especially can benefit from tactics

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Lead Generation Through Social Media

Wouldn't it be nice, if you just had to deal with offers of products or services that you showed interest in? No commercials, telemarketing phone calls, spammy mail? This is probably the conversation that the two friends share over drinks after a hard day's work. Let’s see how the Lead generation methodology can help your business to not become a part of this conversation, but rather a subject of praise. Find your target audience The first mistake that companies make while trying to market their stuff, is to push it to everyone. The theory behind this action is to

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How to Reach Your Competitors Audience

Competitors audience is a powerful lead generation source. It could boost your sales or give priceless information, in case you know how to reach it. Reaching out to those people could build a new acquisition channel for your business. I'd like to describe an approach that could bring up to 250 warm leads to your business every month. 1. Identify your competitors There is no business without competitors unless of course you are Elon Musk. Knowing your competitors is crucial for a number of reasons. Almost all competitors have social channels. Twitter is a must-have if you are a SaaS

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Know Your Customers

What's the most important metric by which you measure the success of your company? There are numerous different opinions on this topic, but I bet all the entrepreneurs would say that it's growth. Paul Graham has a wonderful blog post, there he says, is one most important goal that all startups should achieve - to grow faster. A startup is a company designed to grow fast Whatever your primary metric is, the growth of your business is equivalent to the growth of your customer base. Or if you prefer - the growth of the sales. In both cases, the primary

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Outbound to Social Lead Generation

In the beginning, startup companies in various business fields face the challenge of attracting potential customers. Picking a way to do it, then learning how, what the most effective approach is, what works and what doesn’t. Founders find themselves drifting away from their primary job while struggling with marketing techniques designed to help their businesses. Outbound Basically, you have a number of choices in how to do it. Classic outbound marketing, which is a whole bunch of work, but yields little result. Sending emails to strangers and calling them all day is not effective and by the opinion of

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Social Media and Marketing

The fundamentals of building a startup are relatively easy if you’re willing to exert maximum effort to maintain customer relations. Conversely, it can be a tragedy if you don’t put the required energy. And although several businesses treat customer relations as the zenith of their challenges, new technologies have been reinvented to aid this pain point of startups. The most conventional ways include search engine marketing, social ads and public relations. We are introducing a new strategic method that is set a part from other customer acquisition tactics. Your competitors may not be your competitors at all, but

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