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Digital Marketing Campaign: The Role Of Landing Pages

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There is no doubt that digital marketing plays a key role in the success of any business today. Without taking your business to the internet and promoting to a broader audience, your brand is sure to get left behind. A digital marketing campaign is a multi-channel system, where different strategies need to come together to give you maximum exposure. As part of these channels that you utilize, including a landing page is surely something that you should consider, yet many businesses are currently not taking advantage of what this strategy is able to offer.

Digital Marketing – 5 Trending Strategies To Implement Before 2020

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We have entered an age where taking your business strategies to the internet is essential to achieve success. Even when setting up a website and configuring social media profiles for your business, however, this isn’t nearly enough anymore. According to one report, an estimated 88% of business owners do not feel satisfied with the conversion rate they are achieving with an existing digital marketing strategy.


Digital Marketing For Financial Advisors – Know The Basics

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While being employed as a financial advisor at a large firm does come with its perks, setting out to start your own venture in this industry can yield more profit, as well as additional advantages. By running your own business as a financial advisor, you gain more control over where you are headed, what type of clients you will be serving, and similar matters.

Big Data for Growth

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Big Data is a buzzword that’s been around for a few years now. Big companies like Amazon and Facebook using Big Data and predictive analytics to help drive sales and growth.

Sales Forecasting: System Benchmarking

Sales forecasting is a challenging task for management. Sales leaders and CEO’s have a difficult time understanding why sales forecasts frequently fall short of their goals. Managers frequently have two issues: why is a company’s forecast consistently failing to capture all of the deals, and sales data coming upstream from the sales staff is overinflated and painting a rosyscenario?