We’re excited to announce Marcus Sheridan as the keynote speaker for DenamiCON, the Minnesota Conference on Inbound Growth.
“If you could eliminate all the concerns that the majority of your prospects have about you, what kind of impact would that have on your business?” Last week, Marcus Sheridan paid a visit to our office to speak with business owners and executives from Vistage Minnesota. And we were lucky enough to join the conversation, which focused on one goal – to show businesses how to become the most trusted voice in any given industry.
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Many companies are still paying for contact lists and cold calling prospects out of the blue. While this type of interruption marketing has worked for professional services firms in the past, its effectiveness has diminished drastically. To combat this issue, more and more businesses are looking to improve their online presence and lead generation efforts. CSI Accounting & Payroll is an example of such a business.
Have you ever sat around with a group of inbound marketers and felt a bit lost in the conversation? All the cryptic lingo can make your head hurt. Even if you’re somewhat familiar with marketing and lead generation, you’ve probably heard a slew of unfamiliar terms that explain different strategies, best practices, reporting metrics, and more! What does it all mean?
Are you familiar with the expression dog days of summer? At least here in Minnesota − the Land of 10,000 Lakes − the dog days are those hot, steamy summer days when an algae bloom puts a layer of green scum on the lake. The air is thick and humid, and everything feels, well, stagnant. Maybe your marketing efforts feel stagnant, like they’re stuck in the dog days.