Tag Archives: Inbound Marketing

Five reasons sales may be slow

The way in which people are making purchase decisions has changed and is changing rapidly. The internet is often the first resource for gaining information about products, services and the organizations that provide them. Word-of-mouth recommendations are highly influential. This new dynamic has pushed traditional advertising down the ladder of influence and put more pressure on such topics as: website structure, search position, website content and how the sales department is structured. Here are five things to look for that may signal that your customers may be starting to prefer their interaction with your competitors. Continue reading

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Five (or six) More Reasons Your Sales May be Slipping

In our last post “Five Reasons Your Sales May Be Slipping” we the fact that the purchase decision-making process has changed forever. If the response we received is any indication, it seems like many companies are feeling a little left behind. If you missed the last post you can access it here. Continue reading

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