Author Archive | Drew McLellan

Reinvent your category – Be different

This past year my daughter and I were in New York City and saw the play that took Broadway by storm – Hamilton. It was spectacular in every way imaginable, but it was also the antithesis of a Broadway musical in every way imaginable. It was different. According to Broadway League research, the average theatergoer […]

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Reinvent your category – Be different

This past year my daughter and I were in New York City and saw the play that took Broadway by storm – Hamilton. It was spectacular in every way imaginable, but it was also the antithesis of a Broadway musical in every way imaginable. It was different. According to Broadway League research, the average theatergoer […]

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Business development by the numbers

Last week we started to identify some key financial metrics that you need to have a handle on as you plan your business development for the upcoming year in a smart way. If you did the math I outlined last week, you now know: How much of every earned dollar you actually get to keep […]

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How many customers do you need?

By now, it’s occurred to you that the holidays are not coming back, it isn’t getting warmer any time soon and you’d better get at it. It’s about this time every year that businesses really get serious about attracting and winning new customers. What happens next is as predictable as the gyms being packed in […]

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How many customers do you need?

By now, it’s occurred to you that the holidays are not coming back, it isn’t getting warmer any time soon and you’d better get at it. It’s about this time every year that businesses really get serious about attracting and winning new customers. What happens next is as predictable as the gyms being packed in […]

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Coming in loud and clear – Podcasts

When I was a kid, I loved listening to the old time radio shows that my parents grew up with. The Shadow was my favorite. I loved the storytelling but I also loved the portability — I used to listen when I was mowing the lawn (on my old Walkman, if that doesn’t age me!). […]

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Measure what matters – business metrics

A while back, we explored the business metrics that every business owner and leader should be monitoring to keep their finger on the health of their organization. We dug into the purely financial metrics like lifetime value of a customer and profitability. Today, I’d like to explore the marketing/sales and employee metrics that we help […]

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Sneaker Boot – The Popular Air Jordan

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Building a website your users will love

It seems like a “duh,” doesn’t it? Of course you want to build a website your users will love. But remember, not that long ago, many businesses were wondering whether or not they even needed a website. It seemed so far-fetched that any of their customers would ever do anything but show up at their […]

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Is your website sales funnel-shaped?

There’s always a lot of buzz about SEO (search engine optimization), SEM (search engine marketing) and of course, Google rankings. Rightly so – each of those plays a role in how effectively viagra over counter thailand your website can serve you from a marketing and sales perspective. Your website should be sales funnel shaped. But […]

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