The topic for today is “Making Money”!
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- 1 Mashable
- 2 Can an Exterminator Get Leads on Social Media?
- 3 Stop Linkbait Before It Ruins Content Marketing
by Todd Wasserman July 12, 2013
People apparently don’t visit an exterminator on social media unless they really mean
business. This month, Bug Out has gotten close to 100 leads from its Facebook Page and Twitter feed. Considering Bug Out’s Facebook Page has just around 135 fans and the brand has just 270 followers on Twitter, that’s a pretty good yield.
“If you look at our fans, they’re pretty much all realtors,” says Anne Austen-Lewis, who handles social media marketing for the Anaheim, Calif., exterminator. Realtors are a key client since getting a pest control check is a necessary step in buying a new house in California. Bug Out, a 25-year-old business (it was known as Masterpest Termite Control until a couple of years ago), already draws leads from its email lists and has a fairly well-developed SEO program. But the company believes that it could do a better job culling leads via social media. Read more...
OWNER’S MANUAL | Jeff Haden June 25,2013
Make your customer service reps your sales team, give information away for free, and other counterintuitive sales advice.
In today’s online marketplace, building a traditional sales force or conducting expensive sales training programs should not be the first action items on your business development plan. What should be on your list instead?
Here’s another in my series where I pick a topic and connect with someone a lot smarter than me. (There’s a list of some previous installments at the end of this article.)
This time I talked to Laura Greeno, the founder of WebScout, an online marketing firm for small- to medium-businesses.
by Sam Slaughter July 12,2013
You’ve clicked them before: “5 Things Preventing You From Becoming a Billionaire,” “The Secret Video Obama Doesn’t Want You to See” and the ever-insidious “[Hot Female Celeb’s] Wardrobe Malfunction.”
It seems harmless enough linkbait, but stories like these have the potential to kill content marketing.
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Content marketing is no longer a trend or a fad — according to one survey, nearly four out of five CMOs think it represents the future of marketing. Read more…
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