3 Small Business Sales & Marketing Predictions for 2014 from Laurie McCabe, David Raab and More (Part 3 of a 3-Part Series)
CHANDLER, Ariz., Jan. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In the final post of a three-part Infusionsoft Blog series, sales and marketing experts share their take on what's next in sales and marketing in 2014. Infusionsoft's Ramon Ray spoke with 12 sales and marketing experts to get their 2014 predictions and thoughts on what business owners should do to stay on top in the new year.
2014 Prediction Highlights From The Experts:
- Marketing Intelligence Replaces Gut Instinct. We put together a virtual four-person round table to speak to analytics and reporting. See what Laurie McCabe, technology analyst with SMB Group; David Raab, principal, Raab Associates; Aaron Stead, senior vice president of sales at Infusionsoft; and Ginger Conlon, editor-in-chief, DM News, have to share.
- Online Marketing and Sales Will Dominate. How important will a company's online presence be in 2014? Hear from Greg Head, CMO, Infusionsoft; Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBiz Media; and Rebecca Sprynczynatyk, senior director of communications at Infusionsoft.
- Easier Digital Marketing Tools. Many professionals find that sales and marketing tools are still too complicated and not easy enough to use. Find out why Jeff Mask, vice president of partner development, Infusionsoft said 2014 will be the year of easy for sales and marketing tools.
What are you doing to ensure your business grows this year? Do you have anything to add to our predictions? Share your thoughts with us. http://bit.ly/Kj98eV
See the first installment of predictions from Seth Godin, Anita Campbell and Ann Handley: http://bit.ly/1c1dwpA
Check out the second of the three-part series of predictions from Melinda Emerson, Rieva Lesonsky and Gene Marks: http://bit.ly/1eRsTV1
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Infusionsoft is the leading sales and marketing software for small businesses, designed to help them get organized, grow sales and save time. Unlike other software providers, Infusionsoft is solely focused on small business success and provides one easy-to-use system for sales and marketing. The privately held, seven-time Inc. 500/5000 company is based in Chandler, Ariz. and is funded by Goldman Sachs, Mohr Davidow Ventures and Signal Peak Ventures. For more information, visit www.infusionsoft.com.
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