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B2B Marketing Tips – A Survival Guide to the Holiday Haze

As the year ends, folks tend to be pretty sluggish time when it comes to their work. Their minds tend to wander to thoughts of family, dinners, or simply lounging about the office. It’s not exactly the best state of mind for talking business. Emails. Phone calls. Websites. Even professional social networks. None of these really suit the seasonal mood.

 

But then again, that’s exactly why B2B marketers can be at their busiest this time of year. (Assuming they’re not caught up in the same post-holiday snooze.) The trick lies in keeping the campaign alive without killing this mood.

 

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7 Year-End B2B Prospecting Tips for 2013

It’s the last month of Q4, and we’re almost down to the final two of the 52 weeks in the year. So, how’s your numbers coming along? If you think you’re about to miss your targets, stop wishing for an extra 25th hour in your day or an 8th day in your week. With proper time management and a few year-end appointment setting best practices, it’s not yet too late to make 2013 a great year for your marketing efforts.

 

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Two Halloween Tactics for Telemarketing

What does telemarketing have in common with wearing costumes? Better yet, what does it have in common wearing costumes that aren’t the typical set of vampires, werewolves, and Frankenstein freaks?

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Do Mobile Apps Appeal to a B2B Audience?

The rapid change of marketing is growing at a rate that cannot be ignored. In recent years, the general public has embraced the use of text messaging. In the advent of technology and internet, phones that were once used for simply texting and calling has now become a new window of communication and marketing.

 

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Before Appointment Setting, Understand Impact Of Demos

Before you start your appointment setting campaign, there is a good chance that you have already demonstrated a few of the capacities of your IT business. This is naturally a smart move. Prospects are more likely to trust you and go further into the appointment setting process because they have seen you walk your talk. On the other hand, demos can have other impacts that may need to be controlled or even negated.

 

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