“A Promise Made is a Promise Kept” – a Motto of Find New Customers

Keeping promises is one of the key mottoes of the Tampa-based marketing company Find New Customers, the most Likeable company in B2B marketing.

We call us Likeable because we’re partnered with Likeable Local in New York City, which is Social Media Marketing Software to Make You More Successful. (You is the best word in marketing today.)JeffOgdenAvatar

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How does one run a company – without keeping promises? You simply can’t.

What business is not looking for new customers?  A promis is a promis As Gary Gardner from Vistage told me at breakfast “Marketing is universal. Everyone’s in marketing today, no matter your title.” Gary’s right.

In my opinion, there’s nothing more important than Marketing today and you can find lots of great content on marketing for free at Find New Customers, like the great white paper, How to Find New Customers, which is perhaps the best ever on B2B demand generation, because my writing was led by a top sales author and she was quite a task master, so it is very well written.

It’s free for you, so get it today, so it’s a great offer for you. Download it and read it.

Closed businesses are everywhere in the Tampa/Saint Petersburg area and I think “There’s another marketing failure.

Marketing, including content marketing, is the life blood of business today. Fail to market your business effectively, it’s good-bye to that business and the For Sale sign goes up.

At Find New Customers, if we say if we are going to do something, we do it. I believe that a man is only as good as his word.

“A Promise made is a Promise Kept” is our slogan.

Author Seth Godin discussed the importance of keeping promises in the great book, What To Do When It’s Your Turn  (and it’s always your turn) on page 32 “What’s the cost of a broken promise?” Here are some of Seth’s words.

Seth Godin

“Industrialists made all of us promises as we grew up. Promises about the rewards of doing well in school or being obedient. Promises about good jobs waiting for us, about upward mobility, about fairness. As the industrial era fades, those promises are being broken for too many.” I could not agree more with this quote.

This great book by Seth Godin was a gift from my business partners at Likeable Local. Thank you Likeable Local.

How Find New Customers kept a client promise

A good example of how Find New Customers keeps promises is our client, Mintigo, a software company in San Francisco.

I just heard from them and we’re soon going to share publishing the final post in the project in a week or so, and this is great news for us.

Mintigo had an article by one of their executives, Atul, about a great new product that works with Oracle/Eloqua. They sent the article  to Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers to publish for one simple reason: Jeff knows everyone, including Amanda Batista, who heads content marketing for Eloqua/Oracle, who’s a first level LinkedIn contact, so I had all of her contact information,

“Please let us know if Oracle/Eloqua will publish that post.” wrote Demand Generation Manager, Tony Yang from Mintigo, (@tones810 on Twitter)

My client wondered if I could get the job done. I did. Within two hours, I got this email from Amanda:

“Thanks, Jeff and Atul, for sharing the interview.
We’ll review and likely post to our blog soon. Will circle back with a link.”
Soon after that, it was published by the Oracle Marketing Cloud.
Amanda F. Batista | Content Marketing Manager Oracle Marketing Cloud
Bronx, New York

Thank you Amanda Batista of Oracle Marketing Cloud.

Mintigo hired me to get things done for them and I did.  If you ask Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers to do something, it gets done, plain and simple.

“A promise made is a promise kept.” has been a motto of Find New Customers since the company was founded in 2009, so why don’t you check us out, because we keep our promises for everyone.

Let’s move on to the next big project Mintigo, because I don’t work for free, plain and simple, so when we publish this next blog post, we can move on to a new project for this client.

Why the network of Find New Customers is so valuable

The world-class network of Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers (such as my over 2,700 LinkedIn connections)  belongs to him and not you.)

If you want front row access, you have to pay for great seats, which came from me hosting Marketing Made Simple TV and interviewing so many famous people, which is no longer being done after my nasty fall, but all shows still live on YouTube forever.

If any of you want to talk to talk to the man who gets things done, please visit Find New Customers and sign up for your free 15 minute call right on the main page at the top or fill out the form below.

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