For more than five years as I opened this blog, all this time I focused on the programs and techniques of affiliate marketing and its Affiliate program. Starting today I took action, I chose two products I’m going to promote it. It is also time for you to choose a serious company and select a product you sell affiliate members. Does this article give the basic idea about how to choose the best affiliate product for your blog?
Last month, we decided to organize an Indie Hackers event and gather up some proven SaaS entrepreneurs to share their stories and give an honest "state of play" overview. In order to attract people to this event, we've put a strategy in place that generated some pretty good results. The goal of this cold email campaign was to drive as many clicks as possible. In this article, I'll share our plan on how to promote an event in more detail. I'll also show you the email copy, subject line, personalized landing page we used in the mix, some extra tricks to get more people to attend your event and reduce the no-show rate. But first...
Everybody knows that it's easier to upsell current customers than acquiring new ones. And that increasing rev / customer not only directly grows your revenue, but increases the amount you can spend on acquisition. But so many upsell tactics in today's world forget the most important part of any business: making your customers happy. Popups, pressure sales, direct emails all work to get more revenue out of customers, but also serve to chip away at your brand equity. This post dives into ways to not only effectively upsell your customers, but to do it in a polished way that doesn't diminish your brand equity.
Sales is an important component to business growth. In B2B growth especially, sales and marketing go hand in hand to grow the business. From demand generation, account development, lead generation, enterprise sales strategies, and sales hacks, these are the best articles on using sales to grow your business.
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