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decisions

May 11, 2015
We all hear similar descriptions of the small business owner – they wear multiple hats, have too much on their plate, they are hard to pin down. And this is completely true. For those of us that have been in the corporate world, it’s sometimes hard to understand the challenges of a person who is the equivalent of the CEO/CFO/VP Sales & Marketing/Chief Customer Officer and any other “C” label you’d like to give them. There is no shortage of articles that try to help these owners to be more organized, make better decisions, and take control of their day. In this post, I’m going to focus on one thing that you likely have not heard much of – be more data driven vs. emotion driven in your marketing decisions.
Data Driven vs. Emotional decision making
May 10, 2015
Business-to-Business thrives on the simple basic principle of buying and selling. With all the hoopla over the past few years regarding digital technologies and social media, it is easy to lose sight of this most basic principle, which has existed for centuries. The impact of digital and social technologies on the nature of buying and selling, however, cannot be understated. They have changed how businesses interact and engage in the acts of buying and selling.
goals and decisions
April 11, 2015
I’ve been thinking a lot about creativity recently, not in a 21st Century kind of skills way, but in an inbound marketing content way.
marketing creativity
October 31, 2013
In the information age, operational efficiency is not a key competitive advantage; in fact, it is directly tied to rigidity and inability to adapt to change, which are a huge disadvantage in the new global, connected economy. Flexibility, agility and adaptability are the new competitive advantage.