Can you really use Facebook for marketing? To be honest, I was a bit skeptical about this until I really made an effort to figure out how Facebook works, especially it advertising platform. I was comparing it to Google Adwords and that didn’t work. This course on Shoemoney about Facebook Advertising really helped. It’s not cheap but then the good stuff never is.
While we teach our kids to be respectable when in school, we then encourage them to tear the opposition asunder when they play sports. Getting the right balance between competition and aggression is very difficult. I see this with team leads who try to bully others into working harder (ironically, these targets are usually the workhorses) and with sales people who try to intimidate others into buying products.
It seems all you hear about lately in the marketing world is how social media is a great way to get your message out, generate leads, and engage with your customers on a more personal level. This is all true, but how do you do this all effectively?
Doyle Slayton gives two tips to keep you winning against your fiercest competitor. Remember what makes you different and why is that better? And then create opportunity around your competitor’s weakness? ‘There is no room to be timid. Be professionally aggressive and crush the competition!” Do you think this is true? 2 Ways to Outsell […]
As mentioned earlier, a case study is a soft-sell sales document. Its role is to highlight your abilities without resorting to market-speak and sales clichés. An effective approach to catch the reader’s attention (who is frequently a potential client) is to explore how the solution helped end-users and the target group.