Cold Calling Prospects Who Have Shown Interest

Cold calling can produce leads if done effectively. But if you already had warm leads that expressed interest in your products and services, wouldn’t you rather call them first? In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we explain how to find interested prospects who are already familiar with your business that would be happyLearn More
  • 11 Apr, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Don’t Use Google for Free Images

If you download free images from Google, you can be sued for thousands of dollars. In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, you’ll learn why Google’ing for website images can be dangerous and what’s a more effective and a safe way to get images for your website. Learn More
  • 4 Apr, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Automatically Followup with Sales Leads – 4 Part System

People don’t become leads or buy from you the first time they come into contact with you, right? If you knew exactly when they were ready to buy, would you followup with them at that time? In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, you’ll learn about a 4 part followup system that “automatically”Learn More
  • 27 Mar, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Boost Sales by 30% with this Email Marketing Best Practice

You can boost the sales and leads you get on your website by 30% without getting more website traffic. In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we share one of the many email marketing best practices we use that can add revenue to your bottom line.   Learn More
  • 13 Mar, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Use Call Tracking to Measure Marketing Results

You probably have a phone number on your website. But do you know exactly how many phone calls are generated by each of your marketing efforts? If not, this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show about how to use call tracking effectively is for you.  Learn More
  • 27 Feb, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Social Media Measurement- How Much Revenue Is Generated?

You may think that social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) doesn’t produce revenue. You’re right – it usually doesn’t directly produce revenue. But it does indirectly produce leads and revenue. In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we share a social media measurement process that will give you insight into how much revenue is being producedLearn More
  • 13 Feb, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Boost Your Website's Effectiveness – Use Live Chat

If you’re there to answer a website visitor’s question, the odds of generating a sale or lead from that visitor grow significantly. In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we share a simple tool you can use to allow your website visitors to ask a question in real time on your website. We’ve used thisLearn More
  • 5 Feb, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Brand Tracking – Get Notified When Someone Mentions You

If someone mentions your brand online, either positively or negatively, you need to be aware of it. This enables you to be aware of how people are talking about your brand online, and gives you the ability to get involved if needed. In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we talk about brand tracking andLearn More
  • 28 Jan, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Buy Google Traffic One Website Visitor at a Time

It’s possible to buy Google traffic and pay for each website visitor that Google sends you. This is called “per pay click” marketing, or “pay per visit” marketing. In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we share how this works and how you can use it to grow your business. http://competemarketinggroup.wistia.com/medias/m5c1c65gec?embedType=iframe&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=760Learn More
  • 21 Jan, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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You Can't Sell a Business with These Website Design Mistakes

In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we explain how to review your website design and marketing systems to ensure your business is organized clearly so you can hire someone to run the business or even sell the company profitably.Learn More
  • 15 Jan, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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