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JUNE 14, 2010 [Generation] Ten Ways to Beef Up Your Marketing (without spending more money)
Make generating and exploring new ideas a priority. Some of the smartest, most practical things you can do to drive growth require creativity and effort — not dollars. Check out our list of ten things you and your team can do with your time and energy to beer up your marketing results. When you see something you know you should be doing, make it a priority. 1) Your Company 2.0. It’s results.
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MARCH 3, 2010 [Generation] I want to grow revenue in 2010. Should I hire a sales rep?
Do you need this person because of the revenue they are promising to bring in or generate? Revenue was off in 2009, and you want to stabilize it, or increase it over the next few years. You have existing sales reps that sell, so why not hire an additional one to go out and beat the street for you? Before creating and posting the job description, keep reading: Are your expectations realistic? Have you ever interviewed a sales person who says, “I have a HUGE customer base, and I am sure I can do x amount of sales in my first year.” What is the True Cost of this Rep? Two reasons.
JUNE 14, 2010 | BUNGALO
[Generation] Ten Ways to Beef Up Your Marketing (without spending more money)
MARCH 3, 2010 | BUNGALO
[Generation] I want to grow revenue in 2010. Should I hire a sales rep?
AUGUST 25, 2009 | BUNGALO
[Generation] Fertile vs. sterile customers
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AUGUST 25, 2009 [Generation] Fertile vs. sterile customers
Customer Referral Value (CRV) = Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) + the value of the referrals generated. Unlike Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) — which measures the total value of a single customer — CRV equals CLV + the value of the referrals generated from the customer. It challenges assumptions we often make about the “ideal customer. Want to know more? Kumar
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