Identifying your target audience is one of the fundamental steps of business development. But, do you really know your customers? Can you identify their specific needs or interests? Do you know the typical background of your ideal customer? If.
The most common thing I hear about implementing an inbound marketing strategy is how overwhelming it feels getting started. With so many different moving pieces such as blog content, email marketing, social media, and SEO, it can feel as if there.
You have just launched your website. It looks great, it has engaging content, and you are ready for an influx of visitors. A few days pass and you realize your website isn’t ranking for its target keywords, or for any keywords at all. Why is.
We need more leads. We need better leads. We need clearer leads. Have you ever heard these statements from your sales team? We all know that attracting the right customer is a vital part of a company’s growth, but the theories and strategies.