The main goal of marketing activities, especially in B2B, should be acquiring new sales leads. It turns out that the process is not as simple as it would seem from the beginning. According to the State of Inbound 2016 study conducted by Hubspot, it has always been a challenging task for marketers to acquire qualified sales leads and generate traffic.
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How to introduce your product to the international market? We want to share a case study with you, in which we describe how we managed to acquire 3,600 foreign clients and earn 177,000$ in one week.
You may assume that your company will not benefit from the incoming calls.
Customers usually call when they have some problem to solve. It seems like there will be no profits from such kind of calls.
It's a mistake!
In this article, we will show you how to convince the customer to purchase while using proven psychological methods.
You’re doing your best to sell more; however, it feels like banging your head against a brick wall?
Customers are listening to you patiently, but then go to your competitor anyway?
You’re struggling to increase your profits, but at the end of the month it turns out again that you barely managed to achieve your goal?
Don’t give up!
Fortunately, some sales techniques guarantee a rise in your profits.
We have prepared a list of 21 tips, which will help to accelerate your sales quickly.
They are useful for both: traders working on the phone, as well as those working in e-commerce or traditional stores.
Are you looking for the answer?
In this article, you'll find all those tips together with some examples.
As an e-commerce entrepreneur, you want to see your online store grow. You’ve got a great product and a solid SOMETHING, but you don't see the sales you want. You haven’t got the time or money to invest in a long, calculated marketing campaign. You want to see results fast. With that in mind, I present to you 11 simple ways to boost your store’s growth almost instantly! Read on...
E-commerce is one of the most critical areas in these days when it comes to digital marketing.
Startups want to grow faster, increase sales figures and become more popular. However, even integrated companies need to evolve to bring customers closer to their new products.
Social media portals like Instagram and Facebook also make it possible for young customers to draw attention to their new products.
But how do you get the best out of this social media sites for your company, or more generally in the field of digital marketing?
The following 47 tools are among the best in the area to help you to achieve your goals:
- Social Media
- Email marketing / marketing automation
- Customer experience / onboarding
- Lead generation
- Landing pages / website conversion optimization
You either want a popular website, or you don’t want one at all!
Think - what’s the benefit of a webpage that lies on the fifth page of Google results, never to see the light of the first page? Negligible!
The traffic share degrades from 32.5% on page 1 to 6.1% on page 5, says a Chitika Ad Network study.
And, is there any point of a website with good design and relevant content, if no one is ever going to find it in the flood of search results?
In the World of Customization - Generating Some Additional Costs or Meeting Customers' Requirements?
In a customized world - a cost-generating strategy or meeting customer’s needs
Customization is becoming an increasingly popular term used in various areas of business. In practice, it refers to crafting the product or service accordingly to the individual needs of the customer. From the perspective of the business, it might concern in addition to the standard offer or allowing the user to create his own product by using a given type of tool.