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Any client-facing professional who has used a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for work understands the incredible value it can provide. These systems integrate with accounting, marketing, and other software applications. They collect all of the information you need in one easy-to-access place, and improve management’s ability to provide direction and encouragement. Of course, the system only works if people are willing to use it.
Rolling out any type of new software or platform for your company is going to have hiccups and frustrations. Since CRM touches so many aspects of your business, compatibility, versatility, and customization are crucial factors. If you attempt to implement a CRM platform that doesn’t work with your existing applications, you’re going to have a difficult time getting everything copasetic without aggravating your usual operations. A failed software launch can be incredibly disruptive, so take the time to fully investigate the capabilities of a CRM platform and the issues you’re likely to encounter with it before committing to it.
Most businesses have a Facebook page, but they aren’t taking full advantage of one of the most powerful marketing mediums on the web. Facebook has approximately 2 BILLION active monthly users, making it the must-have social media platform in any marketer’s playbook. To stand out on this active network, you’ll need to engage users from multiple angles.
Businesses can leverage the power of Facebook in several ways, and it’s up to each marketing professional to choose which avenues are most likely to yield the best results for their brands. Visibility and engagement are the most crucial aspects of any approach, but it’s imperative to update pages and engage with commenters and subscribers on a consistent basis no matter how you construct your Facebook marketing strategy.
The onset of new information and communication technologies has ushered in the dawn of the hyperconnected human being. Decades ago, we were restricted to what information was accessible to us though our limited resources and connectivity, but mobile phones, the Internet, social media, and many other technological developments have made it so that information is now readily available for us at the tip of our fingertips. Not only that, but finding these data has become faster, more accurate, more updated, and more accessible – no longer are we restricted to what is available in our surroundings at present.
This growing phenomenon is changing the face of consumer and business decisions. The evolution of customers as more tech-savvy individuals that demands almost-instantaneous delivery of what they want is not only affecting what businesses and industries should deliver to them, but on how to market products and services as well.
This is where the value of a great User Experience (UX) comes into focus – and will be substantial for the success of business in this rapidly and ever-changing marketplace. User experience is growing to be a major deciding factor for consumers in terms of what business to transact with, mainly because they are looking for the most comfortable or smoothest experience. This isn’t a new concept, but is gaining more attention in this digital age as it is a drastic shift in medium.
One click of the Easy Button and all the work is magically done!
Yep, we all wish that business tasks were easy. But sometimes we have to roll up our sleeves and do the hard work required. Fortunately, when you hire a marketing agency like Bloominari, we do almost all of the work for you.
Whether you’re currently shopping for a marketing agency or not – the rest of this blog post will help you understand what you need to know and understand about your business and its customers before you hire a marketing team to enhance your efforts.
Why would your company need to hire a marketing agency?
Learn how to optimize your business through the use of technology, specifically focusing on the sales and marketing side. I will explain 12 specific tricks that will help you.
Because in today's technology there is a lot that you can do, but many other things that you can let robots do, so you don't have to. Thus, you can spend your valuable time doing other things.
When I set up the company about 3 years ago I thought that I was the new guy in town and there's a lot of competition in the industry. I needed to make it look like I am a huge company, but not yet. We started with just me and my business partner, and the reality was that without an office at the time, the idea was that we wanted people to believe that we were a much bigger company. You can do this through technology. This is a back story about what pushes me to find solutions that with technology can help me save time. So instead of me having to hire a bigger team, I can do a lot of things through the use of technology.
Many of our clients, as well as many of my friends, have businesses in which they tell me they spend so much time doing things that do not generate them money. In this case: "I spend too much time trying to get clients to pay me instead of focusing on getting new clients".
You should be trying to focus if you are a business owner in getting more clients and grow your business rather than just spending time with this boring task and trying to get someone to pay you or doing project management things. One of the ways that we can help you focus your time on what is best is by using technology and different tools that exist today.
Do you feel like you spend too much time working within the business instead of trying to grow it or get more clients?
Running your own business is a no easy accomplishment. With a lot of moving parts that you need to keep in check, it can be quite challenging and daunting to operate. But when done right, venturing into your own business can be one of the most rewarding decisions you’ll ever make in your life.
If you’re planning, yet still afraid to take the challenge of entrepreneurship, then worry not because we’re here to help you out. Here are top 10 secrets you need to know to run a successful and profitable business.
The Industrial Revolution, which began in the 1700s, was a critical turning point for mankind because it allowed businesses to manufacture and produce items faster, cheaper and more efficiently by use of machines.
After reading this, you should find yourself seeking out automation technologies for an “Industrial Revolution” within your own business.
However, instead of helping you find technologies that will increase production of your merchandise, I’m going to educate you on one type of modern computer technology that will improve sales and efficiency while reducing costs and human error.
If your target market is under the age of 60, chances are that your email marketing leads will first see your email on a mobile device. It will pop up loud and clear like a shining beacon on the screen of a cutting edge iPhone, Samsung, or Motorola phone.
If your subject line isn’t relevant, compelling, and clickable, the rest of your content doesn’t matter – it’s gone forever with the swipe of a finger.
Instead of letting your email marketing efforts fall flat, consider the impact your subject lines may be having on your open rates.
The hero shot has become one of the most significant trends in web design over the past few years. These large, compelling visuals should express the core of your brand offering in the blink of an eye. Unfortunately, many hero shots fall short of the goal. They are too contrived, too stock, or too confusing. To really stand out, a hero shot should be authentic, natural, and beautiful. Overhauling your entire company image isn’t necessary in most cases, and it’s important to avoid going overboard with your hero shots.
If you are, then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve put together a list of 60 questions that you can ask your potential new web designer, to ensure you’re hiring someone with the right skills and experience to successfully develop and complete your new website.
With over 15 years of experience building websites and talking with hundreds of different business owners about business strategy, marketing and web design, I’ve got a pretty good idea of what business owners looking for a website really need. There’s usually a big gap between what customers think they want and what they actually need, and my job has been to navigate them through the differences. By asking the right questions, you as the client will sound smarter, more prepared and will be more respected by your future designer. Additionally, asking good questions will help you get a deeper understanding of who you might be hiring for your next web design project.
The questions are divided into six categories: