With thousands and thousands of blogs about sales and marketing out there, it’s tough to know which ones are the ones worth reading. Between the news, LinkedIn, Twitter, and email, most people are inundated with generic, untargeted content.
Hence why, rather than labeling myself a ‘blogger’ I have dubbed myself a serial ‘Re-Blogger’. Finding targeted and interesting content in weird and wonderful places and sharing it to those that in normal circumstances may have missed it.
“IT executives are always preparing for the next big thing in IT. We’re seeing technologies with overlapping software and systems support. We also see a sharp rise in the role of IT in business as it relates to mobile and cloud-based device implementation.”
This is an expert from an article I read on ‘IT Marketing World’ By Freelance writer, Dave Landry. 8 Emerging Tech Trends You Can’t Ignore.
“Observations made about today’s technologies has prompted the following trends. They are the least speculative and are expected to have real-life consequences with regard to how we work and do business.” Read more
The MVP plays a key result in the final outcome. The MVP can turn a loss into a win. Keeping it simple, on target, doing the right stuff at the right time.
That of course is the Minimum Viable Product. Or MVP as we shall refer to it henceforth.
MVP is the antithesis of “scope creep”, the malicious virus that kills projects, bankrupts businesses, disemploys staff and disillusions developers. So let’s see how this works… Read more
When people ask what I do for a living they are never surprised when I say that I am in Marketing. Bubbly, confident, outspoken, creative… it all seems to fit the stereotype. But when I continue to tell them that I work for an IT company, immediately the connection is lost. It’s a common misconception, however, incorrect.
Marketing has one main goal: to grow business! However what people don’t think about is that marketing uses lots of IT, including enterprise systems such as customer relationship management (CRM) to achieve this.
Thanks to Jess for this article she shared (yes, we know it was from you originally Eugene):
When new entrepreneurs ask me for advice, I sometimes tell them to NYFO — Network Your Face Off. Nearly everything I’ve accomplished in the past two years, from speaking on CNN to watching my company cross 1.7 million users in less than a year, can be directly traced back to connections I’ve made and help I’ve received from a network that is vast, diverse, and active.
The best networking suggestion I can offer? Always say yes to invitations, even if it’s not clear what you’ll get out of the meeting. I’m not arguing for long, pointless, unstructured conversations with everyone you meet. But many of my most fruitful relationships have resulted from a meeting or call in which I was not entirely sure what would or would not come of the conversation.
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