Tag Archives | marketing

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Is Your Marketing Strategy Built on Lies?

“Direct response marketing is the only way to build your business. If you cannot accurately track your return on investment (ROI), there’s no sense in wasting your time and money on those tactics. You don’t even know if they are going to work!” Does this sound familiar? Well, I’m going to level with you: You’ve […]

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OUTRAGEOUS Campaigns That Deliver

Developing and deploying the right marketing strategy is one of the most significant roadblocks every entrepreneur faces. Ask any small business owner about their first few years of marketing campaigns, and they will tell you about the creative toll it took on them and their team. It takes work — a lot of work — […]

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Down And Dirty Copy Critique And Tips

Some people simply don’t like to write copy. I get it — writing copy is not easy, and when you first start out, it can be downright difficult. Below is a copy of a sales email I received. To demonstrate the elements you should emphasize when writing your own copy, I’ve edited the original text […]

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How to Plan for the Slow Season

I recently returned from a family trip to Disney World. Every year, we make sure to plan a few family vacations, but the big one alternates between Disney World and Hawaii. For my own personal relaxation, I’m thinking of changing things up so two Hawaii trips equal one Disney World trip. But that is a […]

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The Wrong Kind of Customer Communication

Customer conversation and generating sales go hand in hand, but their relationship isn’t as simple as you might think. Talking with prospects and current customers is as much about you providing them value as it is encouraging them to buy. If you only reach out to your customers when you want them to spend money, […]

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