Posts Tagged ‘Customers’

Twitter Marketing To Gain Thousands of Targeted Customers!

Using Twitter Directories To Gain Relevant Followers Are Twitter Directories Relevant? There are so many tools that sprung up to help you maximize your Twitter account for socializing and marketing. There is MrTwitter, TweetLater, TwitScoop and of course, the Twitter directories. If you had a hard...

Where Do You Get All Those Customers From for Your Small Business?

As a small business owner, you realize the value of having live, able customers stepping through your door everyday. Itâ??s a simple question of math and conversion that those potential buyers become good profitable customers. However, you may be one of the many small businesses feeling short...

How Talk and Sound=Paying Customers

Hello Fellow Marketer, I know you’re busy, but I thought I would take just a few minutes of your time to share some information on a great new marketing tool that’s guaranteed to attract more sales. It’s called TalkStream, and it’s from Implix, the industry’s web marketing...

Think Positive – Care for your Customers

<![CDATA[ <![CDATA[ Operating a business on a daily basis dealing with customers can actually be frustrating and they often don’t make it easy for you and your employees to treat them nicely. You need to remember where all your revenue and sales come from for your business. Every dollar in...

Do Your Customers See What You See?

<![CDATA[ <![CDATA[ Every time I see an ad in a news paper or on a flyer, I’m reminded of marketing at its most basic level: [What you do or have that’s unique + who the people are who want what you have = all the sales you can handle]. Now, explaining this concept is much easier than...

Online Customers Believe Word Of Mouth More Than Traditional Advertising

‘Online recommendations’ are becoming one of the trusted forms of advertising for a major section of online customers. According to Nielsen, 70% of the people surveyed globally said that they trust ‘Consumer opinions posted online’. More over, 90% said they trust ‘Recommendations...