Dealer Marketing Blog

Creating a Cohesive Marketing Plan for Your Business

Submitted by Lindsay Meade on Aug 25, 2017

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From on-page optimization of your website to social media marketing, it’s important for your marketing strategy to target potential customers whether they are ready to buy now or at some point in the future.

How Does Your Marketing Provider Support Your Business?

Submitted by Bill Poole on Jul 31, 2017

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I have been a bit frustrated with my yard this summer. We built a great new deck in the back yard, but the lawn is not green, the sprinkler system cuts on at inopportune times, and the lawn service came to do mowing one evening while we were hosting a party in our back yard.

When building was to be started on the deck, we realized that a couple of the sprinkler heads needed to be moved and a fire-drill of sorts ensued. All of my discussions with my lawn guy have been reactive calls, trying to fix something that wasn't right.

How to Use the Data From Your Webinar

Submitted by Lindsay Meade on Apr 17, 2017

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Webinars are great tools to share new and exciting opportunities with your existing client base as well as potential new customers.

We already know that webinar attendees are going to gather the information they want. After all, they are the ones that have signed up to hear about a particular topic.

What To Do When Your Website Just Isn’t Converting

Submitted by Lindsay Meade on Mar 14, 2017

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You’re getting great rankings and a decent amount of traffic, but just aren’t getting leads… What do you do?

Chances are that if you identified with the above statement, then your website may not be properly designed to convert the traffic coming to your site.

(Want to learn more about getting rankings? Download our special report on How To Get Top Placement in Google.)

Discovering A Hot New Area of Competitive Advantage for Copier Dealers: Business Continuity

Submitted by Darrell Amy on Jul 20, 2016

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As I help hybrid copier dealers across the U.S. and Australia create a unified value proposition between their copier and managed I.T. services businesses I'm always looking for ways to create competitive advantage. Recently, I've been thinking about an area of competitive advantage that's fairly unique to copier dealers: business continuity. If you think about it, copier dealers are in a unique position to provide business continuity solutions.

Where I.T. companies focus on the backing up data only, hybrid copier dealers consider both the data and the documents. Where I.T. companies focus on computer hardware restoration, hybrid copier dealers can restore servers, computers, phone systems, printers, and multifunction systems.