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Sunday posts are of a slightly personal nature – unlike weekday posts. Enjoy!
That rinky-dink little Florida CRM software company still refuses to return the domain http://www.findnewcustomers dot net to its rightful owner. (I sold those for a fire sale price when I joined the firm, but when they dumped me without warning after just 1 month, I asked for my property back. They refused, unless I paid them back in full. My own fault for trusting rather than an iron clad agreement, but now I feel…..)
We now own four domains:
- www.findnewcustomers.com – the main business name
- www.fearlesscompetitor.net – the blog
- www.findnewcustomers.org – points to the company domain
- http://www.findnewcustomers.mobi – reserved for future mobile use
Heading to the Aprimo Marketing Summit in Florida end of next week. I’m the host of the B2B marketing track there. Very exciting. Hosting panel discussions, coordinating affairs, etc. Should be a lot of fun and get Find New Customers some great exposure.
Wrote a blog for a company in the Boston area called the B2B Sales Lounge. I certainly made more than my share of mistakes. But the lack of content became a critical problem. No good customer-focused content, what do I write about? Learned a painful lesson. A content marketing guru working for a company not into content marketing? Oil and water.
Check out our new “Cheat Sheet” entitled “7 Keys to Successful Lead Nurturing.” My graphics guy in the UK did a terrific job on it.
Jeff Ogden is President of Find New Customers “Lead Generation Made Simple” Check out the online show every Friday at 11am ET, “Laugh and Learn with the Fearless Competitor.” Find New Customers is one of few lead generation companies in New York.
Find New Customers helps companies like yours (with 150 to 5,000 employees and complex products) implement lead generation programs to improve the way you find and acquire high quality sales leads using best practices in online lead generation. Quality leads matter. In fact, a recent study found that sales teams with fewer, high quality sales leads closed more than sales teams with more leads of dubious quality.