Tag Archives: Marketing

ClickDimensions Named to the Inc. 5000 for Third Year Straight

This post was originally published on this siteLeading marketing automation and email marketing solutions provider continues impressive growth streak ATLANTA (August 17, 2017) – Inc. magazine has unveiled its annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States, with ClickDimensions named to the prestigious list for the third year in a row. The marketing automation and email marketing …

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What Personalized Search Results Mean for SEO

This post was originally published on this siteGoogle first introduced personalized search results in 2005 for signed in users with Google accounts. In 2009, personalized search was expanded to all users. However, new research on consumer sentiment on Google shows that 43.5% of respondents do not realize that their search results are personalized. In this blog, I’ll cover the key …

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21 Salespeople Reveal the Worst Sales Advice They Ever Got

This post was originally published on this site Bad sales advice is shockingly common — and you don’t want to find out you’ve been misdirected the hard way. After all, every mistake means it’s harder to achieve your sales goals. Yes, some mistakes you have to make firsthand. But if you’re eager to learn which suggestions you should never follow …

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The #1 Reason Most Salespeople Aren’t Getting Any Results from Social Selling

This post was originally published on this site What is social selling? It’s one of those terms you probably hear a lot but may not be able to define. At Sandler Training, we define social selling as: “Using online networks and resources to add more prospects, opportunities, and information to your sales pipeline.” Many confuse social selling with social media …

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Business Etiquette: The Ultimate Guide

This post was originally published on this site Do you know the rules of business etiquette? Most people are aware of these unwritten rules — at least when they’re violated. Maybe you’ve cringed when a coworker acted rudely or felt uncomfortable when a prospect said something inappropriate. But noticing these mistakes doesn’t mean you’re not making any. Professional expectations and …

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Campaign Automation: Updating and Confirming Subscription Preferences

This post was originally published on this siteIn a previous blog post, we outlined how to set up a double opt-in subscription management campaign automation. If you are preparing to move to double opt-in subscription management, you may also want to include a way to encourage current subscribers to confirm and update their preferences and acknowledge that they have read …

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The Ultimate Guide to Web Push Notifications

This post was originally published on this siteWeb Push notifications are a new, convenient, and fast way to communicate with users. They don’t require tiresome forms to be filled in. Instead, they are sent straight to the users’ devices and displayed in real time, resulting in 30 times more clicks than an average email. Together with our sales and support …

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Getting Off the Time-for-Money Treadmill

This post was originally published on this siteTrading time for money means your income potential is a simple math equation – how many hours can you bill times your hourly rate. It’s a treadmill that wears out even the most disciplined of us. How can you capitalize on your expertise in new ways? How can you break that math equation …

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How to be a Superstar: Tips to Succeed in a New Role

This post was originally published on this siteWhether you’re an intern or a new hire, it’s important to make a name for yourself in your new organization. I had the privilege of interning at Marketo this summer, and it was an incredible experience. I’m heading into my Junior year at NYU, majoring in Business. I’m starting to narrow down exactly …

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