John Beveridge

  • 5 Pillars For Your Professional Services Marketing Strategy

    It's a great time for selling professional services. The down economy of the past five years has caused many businesses to outsource non-core business functions like accounting, legal, marketing and insurance so that they can concentrate on their primary business mission. The constantly increasing cost of hiring employees and associated regulation has accelerated the trend of ...

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  • 10 Essential SMART Goals for Online Lead Generation

    It's that time of year again. No, not the holiday season. I'm talking about revenue growth planning time for SMB companies. If you're selling the way your customers want to buy, you're probably using inbound marketing techniques for online lead generation. What kind of goals are you setting to hit your revenue goals? Savvy business owners are using SMART goals to keep their ...

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  • Top Sales and Marketing Tools in 2017 | SlideShare

    There are a wide array of free and low-cost sales and marketing tools that allow even the smallest business to compete effectively against larger, more experienced competitors. We compiled a few of our favorites to share with the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Business Development, Marketing and Sales Committee in th ...

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  • 3 Professional Services Marketing Trends To Watch In 2017

    Competition in the professional services marketing arena has become fierce. If you're using the same tactics you used 3 years ago, you face an uphill battle to attract the attention of qualified buyers. Consider the fact that 27,000,000 pieces of content are shared each day! It's no longer enough to push out generic content and hope that somebody pays attention.

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  • 2017 State of Content Marketing | Infographic

    In 2017, content marketing is more important than ever for professional services marketing. Buyers increasingly turn to the content you publish on your website to research potential purchases and to choose their short list of vendors. Content marketing is becoming the battleground where business growth success is being won or lost.

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  • 5 Signs Your Customer Relationship Is In Trouble (Infographic)

    Frederick Reichheld of Bain & Company, the creator of the Net Promoter Score, estimated that the cost of acquiring a new customer is 6-7 greater than that of retaining an existing customer. Clearly, building a profitable customer base is the lifeblood of professional service firms. Not only do they produce recurring revenue and profits, but a satisfied customer will also h ...

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  • Take the Quiz: Does Your Email Marketing Suck?

    Are you using email marketing to grow your business and provide an outstanding customer service experience? If you're not, you should be. Deloitte found that the average person checks their email 74 times per day. And 71% of buyers prefer email over direct mail for brand communications. But let's face it.

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  • 10 Ways To Make Your Inbound Marketing More Visual in 2017

    The Content Marketing Institute's 2016 B2B Content Marketing Report found that 51% of B2B marketers placed a priority on creating visual content in 2016. I can only imagine that this trend will increase in 2017. In our company, creating more visual content is our number one content marketing priority for 2017 - both internally and for our clients.

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  • 4 Resolutions I'm Making In 2017 To Generate Revenue

    A lot of people don't believe in New Year's resolutions. They think that it's a way for people to feel good about themselves without doing the hard work to follow through on the commitment. And in many cases they're right. How many of those people you see in the gym next Tuesday are going to be there in February? I'm a little bit different.

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