It’s a running joke for many business leaders that much of what they know they learned via osmosis. By strict definition, osmosis is about molecules and membranes, but what we’re talking about is the process of gradually assimilating knowledge. In short, if you’re around something enough, you’ll eventually learn about it. Osmosis is a clever… Read more »
Research is an amazing thing, not just because it provides us with facts, but because it often reveals the truth about facts. I hear stories often about companies performing research, and leadership being surprised at the results. One business, for example, discovered that their customers thought of them as conservative, rigid and intimidating. Leadership was stunned. They… Read more »
Forgive me for the click bait-y headline, but it is an accurate way of describing the issue I am going to discuss in this article. I’m not going to write about business plans or financing issues or supply chain miscues. Instead, I’m going to write about a problem that is more insidious because it hides… Read more »
Google Ads (formerly Adwords) is the search giant’s platform for delivering paid communication via search ads, display ads and YouTube videos. You know those ads you see when you do a Google search? Pretty much all of them, in dozens of different formats and file sizes, appear via Google Ads. It’s been around since 2000,… Read more »
If you lead the sales effort for your company, you’re often trying to start conversations with prospects who you’ve never met in-person. Making those connections over the past couple of months without face time at trade events, trade shows or drop-ins has been twice as hard. How can you convince people to be interested in… Read more »
If your company relies on trade shows as a source of sales leads, you’ll want to continue reading this. Within the past few weeks, nearly every trade show from now through June has been cancelled. As a result, trade show promoters, trade organizations and even some marketing companies are scrambling to offer alternative “virtual” trade… Read more »
Webinars actually have some advantages over in-person meetings.