Do you know that persuasive design and psychological triggers are devices to increase conversions?
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Customer acquisition is the process of acquiring new customers for business or converting existing prospects into new customers. The importance of customer acquisition varies according to the specific business situation of an organisation.
E-commerce is a fast-growing industry, and it will expand even more. In 2012, 78 percent of US adults with annual household incomes of $75,000 or more shopped at Amazon.com.
You probably already have a blog, but are you are sure it’s really attracting readers to your website? In fact, 60 per cent of companies with a blog have acquired a customer through this channel, and companies that blog get 97 per cent more inbound links.
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ColibriTool.com is currently used by hundreds of customers from all around the world, and the upcoming investment will allow them faster access to US customers, as Colibri plans to establish offices in the Silicon Valley ar
Toma is a company in the construction and architecture market that has been serving mainly wholesale customers for more than 20 years. For the past two years, we have focused on expanding distribution channels for e-commerce, and we have begun to implement our export development plan.
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We are pleased to announce the recently introduced updates and enhancements to Colibri, a tool to measure your SEO and Online Marketing performance. The new features were introduced on 25 February and include new, improved designs of both the webpage and the
Nobody likes that feeling. You know, the one where it’s time to write a blog post but you have no idea what to talk about and no clue where to begin looking?
In 1898, Elias St. Elmo Lewis developed the Purchase Funnel, the now familiar pathway customers travel from consideration to purchase. There are four steps in the process that have always been integral to every CMO's approach to marketing: Awareness, Interest, Desire, Action.
If you’ve been in the online marketing industry for more than a year or two, you’ll already have figured out that there’s no better use of your time than attending a professional conference, expo or workshop.
Historically marketing and sales have functioned completely separately.