Social Business

11 Steps to Your Social Media Success

11 Steps to Your Social Media Success

Social media for many small businesses is a cost-effective marketing tool that can help grow one’s brand name recognition, online presence and customer loyalty. However, it isn’t a slam dunk or quick-fix and the mindset with which we approach it will impact our success or failure. Read more ›

Selling Webmaster Tools by Spamming Webmasters

Selling Webmaster Tools by Spamming Webmasters

Webmasters are increasingly troubled by referrer spam. Let alone the unsolicited traffic and the garbled visitor statistics, the real damage is done to the victims SERP position. Read more ›

Biggest Social Media Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Brand

Biggest Social Media Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Brand

You developed a social-media marketing campaign to improve your brand. But like everything else with branding, social media is as much about knowing what not to do as much as it is about knowing what to do. With every post, update, tweet and hashtag, you’re making an unretractable (delete if you like, but it’s out there) statement about your business (or client), its message, method and attitude. Read more ›

Nimble Adds Relationship Insights to Salesforce via Cirrus Integration

Nimble Adds Relationship Insights to Salesforce via Cirrus Integration

We have some exciting news to share with you today. We are making a huge announcement that will forever change the way people perceive and use Nimble on a daily basis. Nimble now adds value to existing CRM Salesforce users workflow. Read more ›

Failure: Killer or Catapult?

Failure: Killer or Catapult?

There are few things more destructive to the human psyche than failure. In fact, the consideration of failure – the thought that failure might possibly occur – can be just as debilitating as the failure itself, as Brian Tracy observed in the Psychology of Selling:

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Can C-Level Executives Get Anything Out of LinkedIn?

Can C-Level Executives Get Anything Out of LinkedIn?
By October 6, 2014 Sales, Social Business, Social Selling

Actually, the answer is yes. There are opportunities for C-level executives to form special groups on LinkedIn where they can communicate with each other about job opportunities. This is one of the ways that C-level executives can refrain from engagement in the common pool of other executives and build relationships with seasoned executives. Read more ›