Online Marketing

Do You Pay For A “Highly-Qualified” Lead?
A few months ago, I received an email asking for my point of view in a discussion about paying for highly-qualified leads.
Right now we are discussing the preliminary results of a group survey which shows that despite the fact over 55% of respondents said they get more than $10,000 in revenue from the average customer in a given year, only 8.8% of the survey participants felt that they would be willing to pay $500 for a super-duper qualified B2B lead.
A question then is prompted to me: "Why do you think so few companies are willing to pay $500 for a highly qualified lead? Have leads simply become passé? Do few companies even know what to do with good leads to begin with?"
Is Google Reader Still Relevant?

As I sift through my plethora of social media feeds and apps, I can't help but think of Google Reader and its relevancy in today's...

Revisiting the Phrase “Click Here”
It's 2011.  There is a new day and age in technology, in how we do business, and in how we interact with others on a macro and micro scale.  Yet, here we are, recycling the same old marketing schemes over and over again. I'm referring to the phrase "Click Here."  I wrote a marketing article a couple of years ago emphasizing our need to back away from our usage of that 1999 phrase and be more proactive in our call-to-action messages and methods of cultivating customer relationships. Sadly, that proactive emphasis has gone to deaf ears, as I still continue to see such unattractive and non-engaging verbiage in many sites and many campaigns.
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