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Is Everybody Following Up with Your Customer But You?

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Are you of the school that says once you close a sale with a new customer, it’s time to go find another one? Guess what? You’re “Old School,” and you’re leaving easy money on the table. You’re also making your job a lot harder than it needs to be. Let’s say it really is 5 times easier to sell an existing customer than it is...

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Blend 1 Part Email Newsletter with 1 Part Cinco de Mayo

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Last year on Cinco de Mayo I published my secret recipe for frozen margaritas. This year I decided to go more historical with a great E-Newsletter case study. Every Cinco de Mayo, history buff and Texan Les McGee gets one more holiday to showcase his email marketing creativity. Les sells 100% made-in-the-USA United States and State Flags and flagpoles for Betsy Ross...

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Big 3 Delusions of Drip Marketing Letters – Part 4

By in ACT! e-Marketing Copywriting Tips, Drip Marketing, Email Marketing, Money Making Tips with Your ACT! Database, Swiftpage Drip Marketing Automation Software | 1 comment

It’s Part 4 of the 5-Part series on building lead-generation web forms on your website. Let’s get real. Today’s lesson is The Big 3 Delusions of Drip Marketing Campaigns–the next step in following up with sales leads. Here are the top 3 “no-no’s”: 1. Customers/subscribers/prospects/readers are dying to hear from you. No....

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Web Forms Part 2: “Gimme Stuff, But I’m Not Your Sales Lead”

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Today’s post is Part 2 of 5 articles on how to generate more sales leads with website forms. But first let’s talk about sales lead form abandonment when you feel “entitled” to your visitors’ personal information. Everyone knows that info on the internet wants to be free, right? I mean, you know that when you go searching for something,...

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