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December 11, 2015
Why Linkedin Sales Navigator Strategies Fail
LinkedIn Sales Navigator promises to assist in approaching the right prospects for a business. Even so, LinkedIn social selling disappointed many small and Medium enterprises to large corporations in 2015. The underlying reasons for the Sales Navigator strategies failure are: Inability of the business to focus on a concrete communications methodology. Technical knowledge is important … Continue reading “Why Linkedin Sales Navigator Strategies Fail”
December 11, 2015
Influencer Marketing on the Rise in 2016
With the year coming to an end, many of us are wondering what’s going to change in 2016? For those on the lookout for consumer behavior changes, we have a news! Consumers are turning away from branded advertising and shifting their attention to recommendations of friends and acquaintances. Internet marketers are paying heed and allocating … Continue reading “Influencer Marketing on the Rise in 2016”
December 9, 2015
Making Lead Generation More Meaningful
Audience no longer wants their attention bought, they want it earned. Holds true specially for inbound marketing. Arousing interest and motivating people to build the sales pipeline becomes less painstaking if we can keep the whole process purposeful. With the advent of social media and digital marketing, buyers have a lot of information at their … Continue reading “Making Lead Generation More Meaningful”
December 8, 2015
Create Branded Stories with Twitter “Moments”
Twitter’s Project Lightening has started to take shape. Released in October 2015, the feature has already got many users hooked. It would allow users to be part of real-time discussions about all the major breaking news, ideas and incidents. Twitter offers a new way to discuss events, natural disasters and issues – called Moments. Find … Continue reading “Create Branded Stories with Twitter “Moments””
December 4, 2015
New Year Caveats for Small and Medium Businesses
Small or medium businesses run on limited budget. A big difficulty for them is to recognize the suitable marketing method. Print and advertising incur high costs and blogging can be time consuming. With reasonable targets to achieve, online marketing is usually free. More important is the fact that online trends change every year, propelling businesses … Continue reading “New Year Caveats for Small and Medium Businesses”
December 23, 2014
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Reach First and our staff would like to wish all of our amazing clients merry Christmas and happy New Year. We look forward to 2015, which will be a great year for all of us. Happy Holidays!
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