Connecting customers to the brand and delivering personalized experiences to them is a huge challenge to organizations. Usually, it involves stakeholders from different divisions, such as product managers, performance marketers, eCommerce managers, web analysts and online editors (in the Media industry). Not surprisingly, many organizations struggle to coordinate these responsibilities by choosing suitable champions to take ownership within the establishment to synchronize between the various stakeholders and drive these efforts toward success.
?Cyberspace is full of guides and tips to help both individuals and organizations achieve digital success. Some of the advice is misleading and full of false promises, but much of it can be quite helpful.
If you do any kind of marketing on Facebook at all, here's a complaint you're sure to have heard (or even made yourself), "Nobody's engaging with my posts anymore. It's like I'm invisible." Indeed, sometimes it seems like it's Zuckerberg's world and we're just posting in it. But is that simply a difficult fact that the small/medium-sized business has to deal with these days? Or is there a way around the network's sometimes crushing algorithm updates? What's a bootstrapping entrepreneur to do?
As a sales coach, trainer, and consultant, I hear a lot of well-intentioned advice about what it takes to sell to senior B2B buyers today. Some of it is great. Some of it is mediocre. And unfortunately, some of it is completely off the mark. Here are five things most buyers wish they could say to sellers – and ways you, as a seller, can stand out from the rest of the pack.
You are a small business owner who has been trying to optimize your website for a while now. You want to know whether you’re making progress. Rather than just trust your gut, are there any third-party tools you can use to measure your website's power and influence?