Chris Hall is a marketing programs expert based in Boston who specializes in B2B sales and marketing projects that require strategic marketing development and rapid deployment to generate qualified leads, increase channel sales, develop sales programs and incentives, and launch new product introductions. Most programs are developed for the software, financial services and healthcare industries.
Successful marketing programs are dependent upon current conditions relating to the economy and politics, as opposed to the business climate last year. Each campaign requires real market data, and real time sensitivities.
The success of a marketing program is directly proportional to the expertise of its manager. Developing and executing campaigns is a practice, not a skill. The errors made by a seasoned manager will reoccur for the novice. These can be costly!
Since fundamental marketing program components or customer relationship strategies often require some baseline understanding, here are some relevant articles published to address these issues:
Generate Qualified Leads:
Emerging Companies: 3 Critical Components for Generating Leads
Sales programs for emerging companies have one purpose: to generate qualified leads. Although every sales program should be customized to your product(s), delivery processes and culture; each must contain three critical components for success...
Increase Channel Sales
What Makes A Great Marketing Program
The model for continuously successful marketing program development and execution.
Top Ten Tactics to Execute Today
What you can do for immediate results, while your marketing program is under development.
Develop Sales Programs and Incentives
How to Increase Customer Loyalty
Learn what you can do to increase your customer loyalties.
How To Sell More To Your Installed Base
Many companies have their inside sales group managing 80% of the customer base. With an adequate infrastructure, solid management and effective marketing, an outbound department can grow customer accounts. But few are achieving their potential. Here’s why:
Launch New Product Introductions
Cover 3 Bases When Entering New Markets
Breaking into a new industry can look deceptively easy. But many mistakes can be made. Even market guerillas can lose face! Rediscover the three essential components that must be addressed when breaking into new markets.
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