News and Articles About Finding Customers
If you have a knack for marketing and love makings things go viral, there's never been a better time to become a growth hacker.
Simply going after them, every action your company makes will be infinitely more polished than if you were selling to your sister-in-law.
You'll make the sale based on price, quality and whether the buyer feels appreciated.
If you can understand these insights, you'll be able to develop an even more impressive edge in selling.
Actually, it's not easy. But with a good idea and work, it is entirely possible and that's what's important.
Trust, consistency, quality and branding are all good ways to court high-end customers.
Doug Grimsted, CEO of Aginity, talks about how to be strategic when choosing a market for your business.
If you measure the cost of acquisition against customer lifetime value, you'll discover that the revenue earned per customer is less than you'd expected.
Providing an excellent experience for your customers will help you stay on top.
If you want to build a company that no longer needs to go head to head with others, you need to build leverage.
Neuromarketing providers use neuroscience methods to measure consumers' neurological reactions to products, commercials and brands.
In the long run, knowing your audience will be highly beneficial to your business.
You can spend all you want on marketing, but the single-best new customer is still a referred new customer.
Entrepreneur Network partner Ben Angel outlines ways you can focus on what's important -- the people giving you their money.