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How to Generate Leads With LinkedIn Sales Navigator

By Jason Freely / a day ago

If you’ve been wanted to up your game on LinkedIn, Here’s a review of LinkedIn Sales Navigator along with a simple how-to guide on getting the most out of this untapped lead generating resource for sales organization that is looking to reach managers and middle managers. LinkedIn has changed the game for salespeople and marketers […]

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How Ignoring SEO Website Design Costs You Customers

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Don’t ignore SEO in your website design. Your website doesn’t just have to look good, it has to drive new customers. This is a real-life marketing lesson from Conor O’Flynn, Commercial Director of O’Flynn Medical. He’s an avid reader of DIYMarketers.com and sent in this story about how they solved a real marketing challenge. O’Flynn […]

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Come to a Zoho Meetup and Join the Zoho Community

By Jason Freely / 7 days ago

Zoho Communities and Zoho Meetups are a great way to get some experience with Zoho software before making a purchase. Attending a Zoho Meetup will also bring you into the Zoho Community of users and experts who are just as excited about the software as you are. If you’ve been considering using Zoho One or […]

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Visme Review: A Marketers Dream Come True

By Jason Freely / last week

Have you been looking for a Canva alternative for graphics design? Me TOO! I’ve been using Canva for years.  I use branded templates and have added my team to my account.  But there are still a few data visualization tricks I’d like to try for my visual marketing and Canva hasn’t quite been doing the […]

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How to Self-Publish a Book

By Jason Freely / last week

Writing and self-publishing a book is 80% marketing and 20% getting it done.While other author sites and resources put the focus on writing, editing, producing and selling your book, this guide will focus on using your book as a DIY marketing tool to build your brand and make more money for your business. This guide […]

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We’re in New Hampshire campaigning for Bernie!

By Jason Freely / a couple of weeks ago

Last night at midnight, our theoretical family bedtime, we were listening to the most recent episode of our favorite podcast, Chapo Traphouse. And they started screaming at listeners to go to  New Hampshire to get people to vote for Bernie. “Go to Durham, New Hampshire! Bernie needs your help in Durham!” I said to the […]

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Zoho ONE REVIEW: The Next Big Thing For Small Business

By Jason Freely / a couple of weeks ago

I was just about 10 feet behind them as we headed toward the meet and greet event being held outside.  The next thing I knew, the executive team of Zoho; Sridhar Vembu, Vijay Sundaram, Raju Vegesna and a few others were holding the door for me and dozens of other analysts and media folks who […]

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The crazy lengths companies will go to hire and retain high-level women

By Jason Freely / 3 weeks ago

Companies that have both men and women in high-level positions see improvements in productivity, innovation, safety, and profitability. Yet the number of women with jobs at the top is still decreasing. You know why you would not want one of those jobs: 80-hour weeks, monthly travel, other people raising your children. But I wonder if […]

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Business plans are not worth the paper they’re written on

By Jason Freely / 3 weeks ago

Before you write that plan, why not try a pop-up of your business idea? Even in your own front yard you can learn more than you will staring at a computer screen. Photo courtesy of Shawn’s Kettle Corn, Webster City, Iowa.  by Deb Brown At least, the old way of doing them Writing a business […]

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