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The 7 Types of Online Sales Funnels That Will Work Really Well In 2020

By Kurt Walker

Whether you run a startup or currently existing business, you need to develop sales funnels that will be profitable. There are so many of them and easily you can make a bad decision concerning the sales funnels you decide on using.

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Top 9 Sales Enablement Tools for Empowering Your Sales Team

By Kurt Walker

You don’t have to be a sales ninja to realize that the business is getting harder and more complex year after year. It seems like every niche is flooded with a plethora of brands that can offer customers everything from top-level to low-end products and services. 

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The 2 parts of A Digital Cybernetic Cycle: Organise/Optimise

By Martin Shervington

As a 16 year old, in the summer of 1989, I worked in a crisp factory (that’s ‘potato chips’ if you’re from the USA) located in Newport, South Wales. During that time, and the summer afterwards, I learned many things - including how many times you hear a popular song on the radio throughout the day (‘Pure’, by the Lightning Seeds still makes me feel good). I also learned how a factory line is put together as I moved from role to role, experiencing everything from the need for a constant flow of potatoes ‘of a certain size’ at one end, to the ‘cooking’ in hot fat at the next stage, to ‘inspection’ of the cooked (and boiling hot) product, next on to flavouring area (where I accidently contaminated one batch with cheese and onion flavour when they were meant to be beef) through to bagging and ‘packing’. It was at the bag packing station that I learned a big lesson.

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How to do 50 tasks in less than 60 minutes, in 3 easy steps

How to do 50 tasks in less than 60 minutes, in 3 easy steps

By Martin Shervington

Over the past 3 months I’ve been experimenting how to reduce my time allocation to ‘admin’.

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How to A_B Test Emails

How to A/B Test Emails

By Evaldas Mockus

As your email campaign grows for your business, you may wonder how you can continue to improve your email campaigns. You want to increase your email marketing metrics, but you may need to try something different to improve those metrics. Consider using A/B testing to meet your new expectations and goals since they give you the chance to adapt and change your business for the better.

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