July, 2005

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Getting into big companies

B2B Lead Generation

my good friend, jill konrath, president of selling to big companies and leapfrog-strategies inc., is hosting a teleseminar series on, "getting into big companies". the teleseminar series is focused helping sales people - get their foot

Beat up the Bubble Babies

Smashmouth Marketing

In tonight's $100 Rebuy NLHE on PokerStars, I did something I normally do during tournaments, but tonight it payed off tremendously (increased my own stack by 35%). For some of you, this is second nature, but for others.keep reading. Right before the major money thresholds (the time of the tournament referred to as the bubble) such as when there are 4 or 5 to go to get to the money, or to get to the final table, or some other threshold, start getting aggressive.

Search Engine Optimization 101

WebMarketCentral

New on WebMarketCentral.com is a page on Search Engine Optimization Basics , a how-to guide to getting at least decent placement for your site on the major search engines. While expert search engine position services offer more sophisticated techniques, this guide covers the basics of text optimization, meta tagging, alt-text for images, page naming, links and code tweaking for those without a big search budget.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: New Lead Nurturing Webinar

B2B Lead Generation

homepagetout_roicarroll. startling as it may seem, recent research (and even studies from ten years ago) shows that longer-term leads (future opportunities), often ignored by salespeople, represent nearly 80% of potential sales

How B2B Marketing is Changing in 2018

Gain exclusive insights on priorities, tactics, and challenges from SMB Marketing Leaders.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: New and Improved Lead Nurturing Article

B2B Lead Generation

my new and improved article on "lead nurturing: ripening the right bananas" was republished on raintoday.com. i've been pretty quiet with blogging lately as i'm busy doing final edits on my book, lead generation for the complex sale

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Tournament Players Prayer

Smashmouth Marketing

Reposted from a couple years ago: grant me the serenity to accept the hands I must lay down; the courage to raise the others; and the wisdom to know the difference. Feel free to pass this along, just remember where you got it

Daily Flop

Smashmouth Marketing

For those of you that don't know, my wife and I have mutually agreed to split up after 18 years. It's not the end of the world, hopefully we can maintain a good relationship. Since making the decision though, and my family hates to hear this, but I've kind of been living out of my truck. I have clothes, bathroom kit, CPAP machine and bankroll. I'm thankful for all the friends I have scattered about that let me flop in their respective places. Did I miss the 60's

WebMarketCentral Gets Official

WebMarketCentral

After several weeks live, WebMarketCentral.com has now been officially launched with this press release. Most of the world won't see the release until PRWeb releases it tomorrow, but you can see it on the WMC site today. Our goal, as always, is to help Web marketing and e-commerce professionals to do their jobs more effectively and efficiently by showcasing the top marketing books , providing useful advice , and providing an extensive directory of helpful online marketing resources.

The Hydra of Web Site Development

WebMarketCentral

Like the Hydra of Greek mythology, though much more benign (and not to confused with the 1990 Toto album , one of their weaker efforts), effective Web site development requires many heads. Perhaps not nine like the Hydra, but at least four: a technologist, a graphic designer, a writer, and a Web strategist. Finding all four skill sets in one individual is as rare as finding the next Michael Jordan in basketball, though finding two may be possible.

The Account-Based Marketing Playbook

Account-Based Marketing is a strategy, not a solution.

Cars and Viruses (Real Ones) Online

WebMarketCentral

Less than ten years ago, selling a car meant calling your local paper to place a classified ad, and getting sick meant a call to your doctor. Today, these are two of the many things we do differently in an online world. I had both situations last week. To sell my car, I went to CarSoup.com. This site has a great interface; buyers can search and sort by year, make, model, body style, mileage, location, price and color -- in short, drilling down from thousands of vehicles to just the right one.