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How To Set Marketing Goals, A Management Guide To Revenue Generation

When it all goes according to plan, it’s the kind of magic that propels careers and gets marketers noticed for the vision, project management and creativity that went into hitting a revenue goal.   In this post we’ll discuss building a strong foundation in order to set and hit revenue goals — revenue goals that are higher than last quarter, …

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‘Use Facebook As Page’ Not Working? Here’s The Easy Fix.

If you’ve tried to use this feature recently, then you quickly realized, it’s no longer available from this drop down menu. Now, when you click on the arrow, you’re given the option to navigate to the page, not use #Facebook as the page.   3. Facebook directs you to your Page’s news feed. From here, you can comment on, share, …

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Want More Customers? Stop Focusing on Your Products

The new logo, he says, “is about showing a face to the world that is inclusive and relevant no matter what your culture.” Besides which, “my mother loves it and she’s always right about everything…which reminds me, I need to call her.” Such humour is part of Mr. Caplansky’s schtick and the new outlets will capitalize on it, with floor …

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Copy of 50 Things Every Small Business Website Should Have

Here is a helpful infographic by 99MediaLab, on 50 features every small business website should have. This should help you create the most efficient, user-friendly, and appealing website possible.   Bill Treloar is the owner and principal #SEO consultant at Rank Magic. Bill holds a bachelors degree in psychology, an MBA in management, and has wide experience managing both technical …

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Copy of 50 Things Every Small Business Website Should Have

Here is a helpful infographic by 99MediaLab, on 50 features every small business website should have. This should help you create the most efficient, user-friendly, and appealing website possible.   Bill Treloar is the owner and principal SEO consultant at Rank Magic. Bill holds a bachelors degree in psychology, an MBA in management, and has wide experience managing both technical …

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Copy of ‘Use Facebook As Page’ Not Working? Here’s The Easy Fix.

If you’ve tried to use this feature recently, then you quickly realized, it’s no longer available from this drop down menu. Now, when you click on the arrow, you’re given the option to navigate to the page, not use #Facebook as the page.   3. Facebook directs you to your Page’s news feed. From here, you can comment on, share, …

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How to Make Your Facebook Page the Gateway to Sales

#Facebook contests provide an enormous range of benefits and an excellent return on investment. To start, they give people a reason to connect with your page, and if the prize or incentive is a great one, they’ll share it with their friends too. More eyes on the prize, literally, is a good thing.   Second, the customers that enter your …

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Find New Prospects For Your Personal Brand With Twitter

How can you take advantage of #Twitter and drive more conversions? By using existing free features including the Advanced Search function to learn more about your brand’s community.   Attracting new connections and engaging with your community is easy to do on this top social network with the right focus and engagement in place. Once your personal brand has established …

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How To Boost Add-To-Cart Rates For New Visitors And Why It Matters

Which should make this segment one of key interest for marketers. If you can your boost add-to-cart rate for new visitors, you could improve your overall ecommerce business by a pretty big margin.   And once new visitors add something to their cart, they actually convert on those sessions at a higher rate than even returning customers. That’s huge. So …

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LinkedIn InMail Best Practices

InMails are not only great for the sender, but the recipient too. #LinkedIn will protect the recipient’s contact information from the sender and give the recipient three options for responding: “Interested,” “Maybe later,” or “Not interested” along with the option to further customize the response.   Now, let’s look at writing and sending an InMail. Toggle over to your #Sales …

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