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3 Ways Customer Data Allows for Pinpoint Marketing

Tracking where potential customers have been online makes for exquisitely targeted advertising.

James Green

How to Provide Multiple 'Wins' Throughout the Customer Lifecycle

Pitching, selling, fulfilling: What should you do at each stage?

George Deeb

6 Ways to Get a Fanatical Customer Base

Passionate customers are the most critical component of building a brand, but you won't gain followers by sitting on your hands.

Scott Dunlap

4 Keys to Building a Self-Sustaining User Base Without a Marketing Budget

A startup's co-founders were able to recruit thousands of users with these tactics.

Eric Siu

How We Doubled Our Instagram Followers in Less Than 8 Hours

The uptick was due to three easy steps that won't cost you much at all.

Adam Callinan

4 Steps to Attracting and Building Better Customers

When you're operating on a budget, you can't fulfill every whim, so part of the responsibility -- and surely thrill -- of owning a business is learning to set and then meet your clients' expectations.

Jana Barrett

13 Tricks for Landing Your First Thousand Customers

Getting the first 1,000 customers will not guarantee your success, but it will you give you a chance to get some real-world feedback -- and maybe even pay some bills at the same time.

Jeff Foster

5 Helpful Pre-Launch Resources for Online Startups

Generating buzz for your company in the beginning is a make-or-break task.

Jonathan Long

7 Ways to Ensure Success and Profitability When Starting a Business

Today's successful entrepreneurs start their businesses backwards.

Geoff Woods

4 Ways to Extend Customer Service Beyond Your 1-800-Number

To fine-tune your customer service, cultivate loyalty with a relationship-building approach that transcends single interactions.

Seth Bailey

How to Acquire Customers Without a Marketing Budget (Infographic)

The old adage 'you have to spend money to make money' doesn't always apply to marketing.

5 Ways to Put Your Customers First

The sooner you can prioritize your customer's point of view and create products and experiences that reflect their needs, the more successful everyone will be.

John Joseph