Juice Marketing LLC has announced immediate availability of the Sage 100 year end newsletter for 2017. Part our very popular newsletter marketing program, this expanded year end issue includes 6 pages of detailed tips, tricks, videos, and other resources related to year end closing procedures in Sage 100.
The last several months have been nonstop here at Juice Marketing. From designing new websites and email newsletters to writing up customer success stories, we’ve been hard at work helping Sage Partners (like you!) put some juice in their marketing.
Here’s a look at a few of the projects we’ve been working on lately.
For the past few months, the team at Juice Marketing has been hard at work creating email newsletters, webcast invitations, success stories, and redesigning websites to help ERP and technology partners “squeeze the most out of their marketing dollar.”
Take a look at some of the exciting projects that we’ve been working on lately …
Years ago, we were running quite a few lead generation campaigns combining direct mail and telemarketing.
But eventually, outbound “interruption marketing” like direct mail and cold calling gave way to cheaper and more effective inbound marketing techniques like blogging, SEO, and social media.
In fact, we haven’t done a direct mail campaign in years here at Juice Marketing. Our clients (Software VARs) simply weren’t interested … until recently.
Just like bell bottom jeans, old trends have a way of coming back around.
The past several of months have brought many changes to the Sage Community. Here at Juice Marketing, we’ve been busy helping Sage Partners prepare for these changes with improved marketing materials, personalized guidance, and fresh strategies.
Through our popular Sage Newsletter Program, website development services, customer success stories, email newsletters, and lead nurture campaigns, we’ve been helping clients “squeeze the most out of their marketing dollar.” Here’s a peek at what we’ve been working on lately …
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As Google+ gains more traction every day, small businesses are starting to realize the importance of the search-dominant juggernaut’s new-ish social network. There is no doubt that Google is increasingly blending social activity and posts directly into “regular” Google Search Results – which bolsters the case for making sure your business has a presence on Google+ (that is, if search and SEO are important to you).
At Juice Marketing, we’ve noticed a trend among ERP VARs that had an old Google Places listing but have yet to claim their free Google+ Local Page.
In some cases, data and information from your old Google Places listing was automatically migrated to Google+. But until you claim and verify the new Google+ Local Page, you’re missing out on extra SEO juice.
Here’s how to convert your old Google Places listing and start taking advantage of the significantly-improved local search results that a Google+ Local Listing can offer.
An interesting article “Sage Turns Page” appeared in the Orange County Business Journal last week about the transformation at Sage North America being led by CEO Pascal Houillon. Since the article isn’t available online without a membership login and presumably a paid subscription, we wanted to provide a few highlights.
It appears that Facebook has Twitter #envy.
Earlier this year, Facebook announced that it is incorporating use of Hashtags into its social media platform. Originally popularized on Twitter, the hashtag has been adopted and utilized by other social networks such as Google+ and Instagram. So on the heels of Facebook’s announcement, let’s take a look at some hashtag basics and how to use them on social media.
It’s that time of year again – time to start planning your trip to Sage Summit! This year, it’s destination D.C. for thousands of Sage Partners and Customers as Sage Summit heads back to the nation’s capital (the conference was also hosted in Washington D.C. in 2011). You may be wondering whether or not you should attend the annual technology conference … well, here are 10 reasons that will make you want to start planning your travel itinerary.