It’s always a good to examine what beliefs we are operating under–if we have false beliefs that are not examined, then we continue to act on them. B2B marketing is no different–what are the myths that we might believe that are possibly guiding our actions in the wrong direction? With a tip of the hat to Bob Bly, whose June article in Target Marketing magazine dispels 7 B2B marketing myths, I’d like to tackle some myth-busting of my own. [Read more...]
I have discussed the importance of being educated regarding the online marketing space in the past. As you may have guessed, I haven’t changed my stance and, in fact, I have turned up the volume on this mantra of mine for one simple reason: I am back in a more traditional sales role with the Edgeworks Group. So what you ask? Well, thanks for asking. [Read more...]
I’m a big baseball fan. Big. Huge. And, we’re in my favorite part of the baseball season: the World Series. Right now, just a couple of teams remain, to determine baseball’s best team. And while it’s easy to tire of sports metaphors, hang with me for a minute. Baseball may look like a kid’s game, but it’s also a multi-billion dollar business. The average ball club achieved over $200 million in revenue in 2011, with some teams taking in billions. These teams may play a game, but they’re playing for keeps. And there are some key traits winners possess whether they’re managing paid search, building a brand, or, yes, playing baseball.