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09
JUN
2014

Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part V

Deliver and Satisfy So you’ve attracted a prospect and gotten a warm lead. You’ve developed a relationship through continuing education and non threatening contact and you’ve converted your prospect into a customer. Now what? Once you have closed the deal and secured a new...
18
DEC
2012

AMS Learning Center: Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part 4

  Deliver and Satisfy So you’ve attracted a prospect and gotten a warm lead. You’ve developed a relationship through continuing education and non threatening contact and you’ve converted your prospect into a customer. Now what? Once you have closed the deal and secured a new...
18
DEC
2012

Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part V

Deliver and Satisfy So you’ve attracted a prospect and gotten a warm lead. You’ve developed a relationship through continuing education and non threatening contact and you’ve converted your prospect into a customer. Now what? Once you have closed the deal and secured a new...
25
SEP
2012

AMS Learning Center: Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part 2

  Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part 2 Nurture Prospects Once you’ve attracted a prospect and gotten a lead, what do you do with it?  How many leads do you get that are never called or called once, you get voice mail and then forget about them?  These are called “holes in your...
25
SEP
2012

AMS Learning Center: Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part II

Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part II Nurture Prospects Once you’ve attracted a prospect and gotten a lead, what do you do with it?  How many leads do you get that are never called or called once, you get voice mail and then forget about them?  These are called “holes in your...
25
SEP
2012

Your Marketing Automation Plan – Part III

Nurture Prospects: Once you’ve attracted a prospect and gotten a lead, what do you do with it?  How many leads do you get that are never called or called once, you get voice mail and then forget about them?  These are called “holes in your bucket”.  There are several types of...