News and Articles About Finding Customers
Finding customers starts with prioritizing your prospects and scoring your leads. Use these tips to move beyond the basics.
In the business of finding customers, making it easy to shop, ask questions and follow up will only serve you. Here's how technology can help.
Over time, strengthening relationships within your network can lead to new business.
Search, email and affiliate marketing trump Facebook and Twitter for customer acquisition.
As consumers increasingly use smartphones and tablets, it's high time for you to have a mobile marketing strategy.
For new business owners, finding customers is job No. 1. Here's how to get the job done.
When it comes to attracting new customers, daily-deal sites are popular but they rarely trump an owner's personal touch.
Small businesses don't need a data crunching geek squad to identify and reach more qualified groups of customers. Consider the following strategy.
With online dating sites as an inspiration, the founder of SaleSpider.com developed a site that connects small and midsize businesses with big opportunities
It can pay to be organized when prospecting for more sales. These free template forms can help you keep better track of your contacts and follow-up plans.
Here's how to turn your current customers into your best customers.
Here is a comparison of four marketing tools aimed at helping you score leads.
Consider these tips for building a robust contact list on a budget.
When the economy got this flooring franchise down, it reengineered its approach to finding customers -- favoring knocking on doors and cold calling.
Attracting leads is only half the battle. Here's how to turn leads into customers.
To find new customers through paid-search advertising, consider this advice.
Social marketer Starr Hall on ways to market to customers who are more likely to embrace new technology.
Add logos, pictures, and rich media to your pay-per-click strategy.
From Groupon to LivingSocial to GroupPrice.com, See which daily deal website is best for finding customers.
When it comes to using sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to find customers, persistence and focus are vital.
New York University Marketing Professor Jeffrey Carr offers three tips for attracting new customers through Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. Entrepreneur.com's Diana Ransom reports.
Not all location-based social networking service providers are alike.
SXSW shines a spotlight on firms that can help business owners connect with customers. Here's a look.
Using social media can put your business in front of millions of potential customers. But it's up to you to draw them in.