Tony Hsieh might seem like a low-key guy, but when it comes to being a great leader, he's a "shoe in."
Online lead generation is a growing segment of the online advertising and marketing arenas.
Nothing beats slipping into a crisp pair of new jeans. Even if you're just trying them on for size.
Few marketing touchpoints put customers in the driver seat the way customer product systems do. While this tactic has its detractors—those worried about negative publicity and those pointing out the ability for marketers to post fake reviews—consumer approval is convincing larger numbers of online merchants to take the plunge. JupiterResearch reported last year that 48 percent of online shoppers it polled find customer reviews helpful in making online purchasing decisions. Overstock.com, the Salt Lake City-based mass merchandise e-tailer, has not needed any prodding on this front. The company launched in 1999 and opened up its site to customer-generated reviews just two years later, says Jacob
Every day, top-name brands turn to online lead generation -- the fastest growing segment of online ad spending -- to build relationships and drive valuable transactions. When done right, these companies can produce relevant and cost-efficient databases that can be used to determine contact strategies for customer relationship marketing programs and continue the brand's dialog with its customers.
Craig Newmark insists that he's not changing the world. You maybe can think of some classified advertising managers at newspapers around the country who might disagree, but he's pretty adamant about it. Still, if you give him a minute, let him chew on the notion for a bit, the founder of the almost impossibly successful social-networking site Craigslist will cop to maybe something as socially insignificant as, oh, say, changing the way people interact.
WAYNE, N.J. - Aug. 14 -- The Ballantine Corporation, a full-service direct mail production company based in New Jersey, is excited to announce a new client service - personal URLs; clients have reported success. A recent success story involves The Blood-Horse magazine. The Blood-Horse magazine, a publication devoted to international thoroughbred racing and breeding, launched a campaign to pre-register subscribers to a “subscriber only” web site (http://www.BloodHorseNow.com). View an example of the personal URL (PURL) landing page at: http://ballantine.com/images/bloodhorse.png. “We sent out 21,500 mail pieces to current subscribers and our conversion rate was impressive and above expectations,” Monica Marrs, Circulation Marketing Manager
Can’t tell an RIA from an MRI? E-commerce expert Ken Burke, founder/CEO of MarketLive, discusses and demonstrates the leading rich media formats and rich Internet applications marketers are employing to convert browsers into buyers.