SLMA Radio Host Jim Obermayer interviews the father of modern database marketing, Vin Gupta. The interview ranges from how modern database marketing came about to exactly how to avoid getting ripped off by supposed database suppliers. Vin has never strayed far from his roots as a marketer.
The premise is that millions of dollars are spend on lead generation and 75-90% of all inquiries are not followed-up. This means 75-90% of the marketing dollars are wasted and there are huge opportunity loses when sales fails to talk to potential buyers. SLMA Radio Host Jim Obermayer interviews Nick Hedges, CEO of Velocify.
This week's guest was Shelly Kramer of V3 Integrated Marketing. This show is NECESSARY for any company that has a marketing and sales team, does advertising, is on social media and attends conferences or any combination of the above. Do not miss this priceless list of recommendations, ideas and strategies covered by Shelly with SLMARadio co-host, Susan Finch
SLMA Radio host Jim Obermayer interviews Bart Young of the Young Company, which has roots as the oldest agency in the LA area. The interview will focus on the role of branding in a digital world. While the Young Company offers the full array of digital services, branding is part of its services as it has been for over sixty years. Bart gives us his opinion as he defends branding as an important task for every client.
SLMA Radio Co-Host, Susan Finch tackles this critical topic: A crisis communications plan is critical for all businesses. When you are in crisis is too late. Join me as we hear from Marketing Communications Expert, +Linda Zimmer . Linda is person to follow, know and learn from.
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What is CRM? If you are wondering if you are in the right place, here's the definition of CRM. The world is filled with so many acronyms, we all take it for granted that others know of which we speak when we toss out this industry alphabet soup in conversation. Simply put, CRM, or Customer Relationship Management, is a company-wide business strategy designed to reduce costs and increase profitability by solidifying customer satisfaction, loyalty, and advocacy. True CRM brings together information from all data sources within an organization (and where appropriate, from outside the organization) to give one, holistic view of each customer in real time. This allows customer facing employees in such areas as sales, customer support, and marketing to make quick yet informed decisions on everything from cross-selling and upselling opportunities to target marketing strategies to competitive positioning tactics.
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