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I just found this article when searching for "best case study examples" in Google and found it here too. Thanks.
Good stuff everyone, like the insights!
Thanks for the great collab opportunity!
Shoutout to @madhumanti_debnath for making this interview possible :)
Is there an email scrapping tool to fetch emails from these platforms?
There is no such thing as a short 1-2 week SEO campaign. Most SEO tactics can take three to six months to show any noticeable results. What I would recommend is creating blog posts or seasonal-specific landing pages at least one to two months prior to when you would normally start the short campaigns and then use paid and non-paid social media tactics to drive traffic to it. Never delete or remove those specific posts/pages; once the campaign is finished just remove the internal link from navigation - you do not want to get external links to your site that are then broken.
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Thanks for writing this piece! I've been trying to manage the discord between our sales and our marketing team and this article helpful. It sounds so simple to track incoming requests/questions, but we've only done it on an ad hoc basis. These suggestions are a lot more concrete than those in most articles I read - I can actually implement these right away. Looking forward to more of your tips!
We've tried to put together portals and centralized doc repo's in the past and it always starts off great and then falls apart as soon as the admin managing it changes or loses enthusiasm. I agree with empowering salespeople to be self-sufficient with an asset library but implementation is the key. What are your tips for sustaining the effort so that it actually has an impact?
Great read! I especially like tip #2 - my team has so many versions of documents and we can hardly tell the difference between them anymore. It's probably a good idea for us to actually go through and keep the files we really need. I feel the same tension between our marketing and sales departments because we think so differently. I'll be sure to try some of this out!
Awesome stuff as always, Gilles.
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