September, 2005

B2B Lead Generation Blog: New Cartoon Series Depicts "Sales Lead Hell"

B2B Lead Generation

Building off my last post, I wanted to share something fun. a new cartoon series by MarketingSherpa called "Sales Lead Hell." The series was created to promote the 2005 Lead Generation Summit. Each cartoon gives some pithy insight

Smashmouth Marketing - Untitled Article

Smashmouth Marketing

For one that loves pocket pairs to flop a set, A-K can almost seems dangerous after reading this. AKx is a coin toss against any pair except aces or kings, right? How does AK do against two opponents with pocket pairs? Sometimes not very well. The added pair can peal away some winners at the expense of the AK. AsKh 39.78% 2s2h 16.15% 3d3c 44.07% Another reason to get AK heads up

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WMC Interviews: Farrakh Azhar

WebMarketCentral

I had the distinct pleasure this week of talking to Farrakh Azhar, founder and CEO of WebGreeter / LiveAdmins. While there are several companies that offer Web site chat software, WebGreeter is unique in offering both the software (hosted) and the operators who handle the chat sessions.

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Better Sales and Marketing Integration

B2B Lead Generation

Poor sales and marketing integration is so common that it risks cliché. I believe the answer to better integration is by taking a more strategic approach to lead generation. Last night, I stumbled upon Jeremy Porter's notes and

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Combine Your Cold Calling Efforts With Email Marketing

B2B Lead Generation

targeted e-mail combined with outbound calling is the ideal 1-2 punch for increasing leads, sales activity and revenue. it has long been accepted that combining outbound calling with direct mail marketing dramatically increases results

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WMC Interviews: Albert Maruggi

WebMarketCentral

This week, I had the chance to sit down with Albert Maruggi, principal of St. Paul-based marketing agency Provident Partners (and huge baseball fan).

Blogging for Business

WebMarketCentral

Recently added to WebMarketCentral.com , the Web marketing portal, are three new pages providing Internet marketers with everything they need to know (for now) about creating and maintaining an effective business-related blog. I've compiled everything I know and was able to find about business blogging onto these three pages: Why Write a Blog for Business ?, How to Create an Effective Business Blog , and Best Practices in Blog Marketing (how to promote your blog once it's built).

One Company That "Gets" the Web -- And One That Doesn't

WebMarketCentral

While doing some Web strategy consulting work recently for a large office products company, I evaluated several competitors' Web sites. One site -- Avery.com -- stood out not only as the best in the industry, but as an example of creativity and utility uncommon in any industry. Another competitor -- MeadWestvaco -- unfortunately for them, served as a prime counter-example (or perhaps an example of how to do almost everything wrong).

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New Blog Friends for WMC

WebMarketCentral

Marketing is about relationships. And one of my favorite aspects of blogging is "meeting" new people across the marketing blog space. Over the last couple of weeks I've had the pleasure of exchanging emails with several prominent bloggers, all of whom have made me smarter. David Wolfe at Ageless Marketing Many bloggers provide tips, which are very helpful. David, however, provides something even more valuable – wisdom.

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Big Brother Really IS Watching You

WebMarketCentral

While this is not a political blog, government actions that specifically affect online marketing or e-commerce are fair game. Several states have recently begun sending nasty letters to taxpayers who purchased tobacco products online from several e-retailers, including eSmokes.com. How did they obtain information on these customers?