March, 2006

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Florida

Smashmouth Marketing

Spending a week with my parents in Florida. Beach. It's been a long year and although some people would ask me "what are you vacationing from?" I will politely just ignore them and get a tan. The pic is dad taking a nice swing at his own course. Just pics from my phone, so sorry for the quality. Tomorrow is a beach day. Hell, they are all beach days. Let's see who can find the best sea shell for Melissa.

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Customer Referrals and Your Sales and Marketing Department

B2B Lead Generation Blog

for the complex sale you need enthusiastic referrals to help you build your reputation, differentiate yourself, demonstrate your value proposition, shorten your sales cycle, and drive revenue. so how do you ask for referrals

Micromarkets Part 2

WebMarketCentral

A few weeks back, I wrote about the dichotomy of micromarkets and mass markets. On a recommendation from Tom Austin , I just read The Rule of Three -- a book which nicely ties together my musings on how small, focused companies can thrive in the shadow of industry giants.

The Content Marketing Pyramid

The Ultimate Framework To Develop & Execute Your Content Marketing Strategy

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Seth Godins speech on Marketing at Google

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Six time best selling author Seth Godin speaks to Google as part of their Authors@Google series. His talk is 48 minutes long and includes questions and answers from Google employees and hey, it's free. Watch video "All Marketers are

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Podcast Segment 4: Selling to BIG Companies

B2B Lead Generation Blog

segment 4 from my 1-hour live interview with jill konrath, chief sales officer and author of selling to big companies. listen to segment 4: selling to big companies (7:31 min 1.7 what's the best way to get a meeting with someone in

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Podcast Segment 3: Selling to BIG Companies

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Podcast Segment 2: Selling to BIG Companies

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Best Practices for a Marketing Database Cleanse

A framework comprising of best practices to consider and red flags to avoid.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Podcast Segment 1: Selling to BIG Companies

B2B Lead Generation Blog

if you're involved in complex sale, be sure to listen to the recording of my live teleseminar with jill konrath, chief sales officer and author of selling to companies. over 93% of the live audience (200 marketers and sellers) strongly

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Consistent Lead Generation Pays Over Long Term

B2B Lead Generation Blog

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Web Marketing Tools and Wisdom

WebMarketCentral

Two new resources for Web marketing assistance have recently been added to the Advice page on WebMarketCentral, the Web marketing portal. First, Mike's Marketing Tools guru Michael Wong offers reviews of a large selection of Web marketing tools, including ad tracking software, autoresponders, keyword bid management, email marketing, search engine optimization, and Web site traffic analysis.

The Life of a Consultant

WebMarketCentral

Being a consultant or contractor has its advantages -- flexibility, challenge, constant opportunities to meet new people -- but it also means that you're a perpetual "outsider." My friend Dan Rutman has written a wonderfully witty piece entitled The Contractor's Guide to Corporate Culture that humorously captures the intangibles of fitting in with the company that's providing your temporary revenue. Although Dan is a professional contractor, his observations apply well to consulting also.

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