November 29th, 2014
It seems quite a shame that this year’s Thanksgiving has clearly been marred by the recent court decisions around the Ferguson scandal. But as these things come to pass, it’s really important for any business to have a lead generation action plan in case they find themselves caught in the midst of a highly politicized struggle.
September 20th, 2014
Confidentiality is of utmost importance in the industry of accounting. Professionals are sworn to share financial information with only those who either the authority or the right.
What you may not yet know is that all this secrecy is also a component in some lead generation tactics.
August 2nd, 2014
The generational shifts in the workplace population aren’t just affecting companies internally. They’re also creating new possibilities in the financial services sector. As such, your financial lead generation strategy might work best by aligning your overall message with these particular possibilities.
July 26th, 2014
The idea of overkill is usually seen in one or two ways. The first is pulling out all the stops, regardless of victory already being achieved. The second is becoming excessive than necessary in order to accomplish a particular goal.
When generating sales leads, success can actually come in the form of one or the other. There are times when you end up outdoing yourself despite reaching, say, your monthly quota. How do you tell though if this is the sort of positive or negative sort of overkill?
July 12th, 2014
Sometimes the best B2B marketing campaigns end up going downhill. Despite promising starts, you just didn’t as many accounting leads as you expected. It’s like what’s happening in Brazil right now. Not only did the home team suffer a crushing defeat, they’re biggest rival is set to win the World Cup on their home turf.
This might also be bad news to all marketers who’ve been heavily riding Brazil’s World Cup crazy train. Seeing all the hope and aspiration swept under by the German boot, it looks like the party’s already over. What’s a marketer to do? What can they do every time a honeymoon campaign comes to an abrupt end?
You get ready for the next one, that’s what.