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11 Proven Lead Generation Techniques

11 Proven Lead Generation Techniques

Leads. Prospects. Customers. Many businesses worry about where their customers are going to come from, but don’t have proper methods to even get their leads. After all, people aren’t simply going to “find” you. To make it easier to source...
Are your results significant?

Are your results significant?

Statistically significant, that is. Whenever you are running any kind of test, you must let the test run long enough so that you can trust the results you are getting. Why is this? Because if you run two versions of the exact same ad in online advertising, to the...
Systems Management

Systems Management

I am working with two different companies right now to help them implement proper systems so they can handle more growth. In doing this, I have been considering the systems that run Experimarketing too and decided to make a few changes for the companies I am helping...
5 Powerful Article Types You Can Use In Your Marketing

5 Powerful Article Types You Can Use In Your Marketing

Producing entertaining and useful content is a proven strategy in marketing a business or product, as it leads to more visitors and eventually more sales or leads. Regularly publishing articles around a topic is excellent for SEO, and is an example of what is known as...
17 Proven Real Estate Marketing Ideas

17 Proven Real Estate Marketing Ideas

There are few industries where powerful marketing techniques can make such a big difference as in real estate. It doesn’t matter how good you are at selling houses, unless you know how to use marketing effectively your real estate business will lose out to the...
Your Presentation = Your Success!

Your Presentation = Your Success!

“Perception is Reality”.  How you present yourself and your business directly influences how potential customers think about you, whether you like it or not. A company may have the best products in the world, but if they don’t look and act the part they will never be...
Will Kellogg: Do What You Do Best

Will Kellogg: Do What You Do Best

Will Keith Kellogg, co-founder of Kellogg’s, was once known as the Cornflake King. Before Kellogg’s introduced flake cereals to the North American market, the only way to get grains at breakfast was for the family cook to get up to make gruel, typically at...