Danny Wong is an entrepreneur, marketer and writer. He works with startups & tech businesses. Find his clips on Entrepreneur, HuffPost, The Next Web, Salesforce.com, and ReadWrite, among others.
Customers don't want to be pushed to make a purchase. They want to be guided into their own decision-making process.
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Sometimes, size really does matter.
In sales, every minute saved is another opportunity gained.
Their strategies won't guarantee your success, but they will increase your chances.
Are procrastination and long work weeks killing your productivity? Follow these tips to get back on track.
Personalized marketing is all the rage in travel; maybe it should be for your business, too?
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We marketers sometimes don't always get it right.
We buy ad space on sites that look pretty. We giggle with glee when someone tweets about our product. We let out a victory cry when we are mentioned in the news. But often, marketers forget to ask the question: What will this do for our business?
Empathy establishes intimate customer-brand relationships. It understands your users’ situations, engaging them in a manner that approaches customer issues with a heartfelt and optimistic angle. To develop empathy for your customers, here are six important things to do.
With more than 1 billion unique monthly viewers, YouTube is clearly a distribution channel few marketers can afford to ignore. For brands, here are three things you need to know about the ubiquitous video-sharing website.
Being an entrepreneur is a frightening experience. You’re constantly faced with challenges that frequently put you on edge.
Here is a (relatively) short list of things that easily kept me up at night...
Distracted by daily tasks and critical goals, most entrepreneurs let a lot of seemingly unimportant issues slip through the cracks.