Listening, Analyzing & Managing Social Media Traffic will cover how to develop a complete social media program for your company focusing on the plan and process. It is valuable if you are just trying to get started or looking to take your social media to the next level. In detail, we will cover:
Submitted by ReadyTalk on May 11, 2011 - 1:54pm
Social media can get leads!
There have never been more strategies for generating new leads, from email to social media and beyond. The secret is in how to combine Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, email prospecting, cold calling and your other lead generation activities to attract qualified prospects who want to work with you.
Join prospect attraction expert Kendra Lee and discover 14 fresh strategies to optimize your prospecting and lead generation using social media to fill your pipeline!
Explore how to:
Submitted by ReadyTalk on May 2, 2011 - 6:46am
Technology is creating an array of exciting possibilities for marketers. However, with each new possibility, the level of complexity increases. There are many tools available to move prospects through the funnel faster, but few better than webinar programs when seamlessly integrated into your marketing automation platform.
Submitted by ReadyTalk on April 6, 2011 - 6:47am
So you have a fan page, perhaps already with a lot of fans. Now what? Find out what a fan is worth-- your fans in particular, your industry, and the industry overall. We'll unveil research on benchmarks for ad click-through rates, fan acquisition costs, conversion rates, and fan valuation. We'll cover the 3 basic Facebook valuation methods - earned media, value per lead, and Lifetime Value.
Submitted by ReadyTalk on April 6, 2011 - 6:46am
You've completed the initial to-do's for your webinar: speaker, date, description - check. Now you want to get the word out. When do you start? Where do you post your event link? Where do you find the best audience for your topic? And, most importantly, how do you compel people to actually sign-up once they've landed on your registration page? Here’s a webinar that covers all the best practices for promoting your webinars.
Submitted by ReadyTalk on March 23, 2011 - 2:10pm
Social Media marketing is not all about Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. A major contributor to the success of a social media marketing program is how well you leverage your website visitors to engage and share information on their social networks.
Submitted by ReadyTalk on March 17, 2011 - 2:45pm
Complex sales cycles make it increasingly difficult for marketers to generate highly qualified leads and create targeted campaigns. Roles, timeframes, and use cases can all affect the progression from inquiry to closed sale. To support today’s B2B marketers in achieving success, MarketingSherpa has conducted an in-depth study of more than 900 B2B marketers to learn what’s working and what’s not working in B2B marketing.
Submitted by ReadyTalk on February 23, 2011 - 3:09pm
Affordable and versatile, webinars are an increasingly popular tool for marketers, providing an excellent tool for collaboration, education, thought leadership, training, and demand generation – the list goes on and on.
Submitted by ReadyTalk on February 1, 2011 - 4:12am
Have you ever thought about turning your webinar series into a revenue stream? What about creating a series to generate additional revenue for your company? Paid webinars are becoming more and more popular as production values increase and organizations look for additional sources of revenue.
Join our panel of experts as they talk in detail about their webinar programs and how they generate revenue using a variety of tactics. In this webinar, you will learn:
Submitted by ReadyTalk on January 24, 2011 - 6:28pm
Nonprofits have entered the world of Marketing. Although research indicates that less than 30% have a formal marketing plan, those that do have a decided advantage. Moreover, it does little good to produce a competitive product or service unless there is a mechanism in place to communicate its virtues to the world. The marketing communication process, as discussed in this Web Seminar, presents the key elements of a formal Marketing Communication process. We will exam the steps employed for a nonprofit that has few resources and little experience with marketing communication.