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Scale Your Business Better: The GROWTH Stage

The goal of this stage is to be ready to scale and build a much bigger business. In this stage, your focus is on building a scalable infrastructure to improve your selling as well as how you deliver the products and services that you offer--customer experience.

You'll be focused on questions like:

  • How can I make this more efficient?
  • Is there a way that could be easier for me to do this?
  • How can I make fewer sacrifices (money, time, or energy) to complete this task?

Efficiency may sound …

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It's Time to Abandon the Sales Funnel. Scale Your Brand with a RevOps Flywheel.

The sales funnel is dead—well at least it should be. Yes, many companies love them, but the reality is, that building your brand with a lead funnel approach is a lot like a dog chasing its tail. It requires a lot of energy, for short-term results. The second you stop, the momentum stops, and you’re left feeling unstable and dizzy. If that isn’t enough, according to Forrester, less than one percent of the leads that come out of the bottom of that funnel will be loyal clients. That’s a lot of time…

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Effectively Boost the Success of Your Go-To-Market Strategy with RevOps

A successful Go-to-Market Strategy unifies and streamlines the brand experience between a potential client through a repeat client and the processes between marketing, sales, and customer experience so well together that you can't tell where the one starts and the other stops.

It’s a practical path for creating alignment to go from launch to transform without losing momentum and stalling out somewhere along the way. A Go-to-Market Strategy is a foundation for building high-performing teams to s…

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5 Tips to Developing a Successful Brand Positioning Strategy

An effective brand positioning strategy is an absolute must for scaling brands to succeed. It’s a strategy that seeks to influence how the market perceives your brand and the value you provide. It’s specific, clear, and distinctive from your competitors. It’s the process of strategically placing your organization, a product, or service that you offer in the market so that your target audience can easily notice and take action.

A successful brand strategy yields benefits such as increased client…

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Successful Scaling Brands Benefit More from a Positioning Strategy

What is a snowflake? More importantly, what do snowflakes have to do with branding and scaling your organization?

A snowflake is when a brand believes that it is unique in its market and that the market should go out of its way to recognize it. It’s mostly ego-driven and is guaranteed to backfire. The moral of the story: don’t be a snowflake. The reality is because you are still reading this, you’re not.

When an organization struggles with fundraising, generating leads, closing sales, or retai…

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5 Tips on How Your Brand Personality Creates an Amazingly Likable Brand

Our personalities are what make us human, what makes us individuals. Because of them, we can be perceived as likable or annoying, safe or adventurous, inspiring or boring. Personality is defined as the organized pattern of the physical, mental, and emotional characteristics. Just like people, brands have recognizable traits that convey the way they think, feel about, and engage with the world and within their market. The authenticity and consistency of these traits are what separates a strong br…

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How a Conversational Strategy Helps to Scale Your Business

What does it mean to be interesting? According to Dictionary.com, interesting means “arousing curiosity or interest; holding or catching the attention”. Is your brand interesting? Does your marketing arouse curiosity or hold the attention of your intended audience?

To be interesting doesn’t mean you need to become a comedian or that suddenly you only share content featuring cute puppies. Being interesting means that you are interested in your audience’s needs and wants. It means that you can re…

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Storytelling is Absolutely Essential to Engage or Influence Your Market

Brand storytelling has changed. It used to be that your brand was the hero of your story, and your features and benefits are how it “won”. Not anymore. Now, brand stories need to make your target audience the hero of the story.

The storytelling method even has science to back it up. In a study at Princeton University, scientists found that, when you listen to a well-told story, the parts of your brain that respond are those that would if you were inside the story. Even more impressive: this eff…

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Which is More Important Quantity or Quality in the Sales Funnel?

Which is more important, quantity or quality? It seems like everyone has their own opinion about which one is “more” important. I think it’s asking the wrong question and seeks to justify an excuse. Yes, you need quantity because not every prospect is a good fit for your organization and yes, you need quality to ensure that your leads are qualified and likely to convert. It’s not one or the other, it’s both.

Most of your client journey is outside of your control. With all the modern technology …

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Case Study: Fragmented Technology and No Marketing Strategy Does Not Produce Results

Our client, a 50-year-old membership organization had a small group of members with intense brand loyalty. These members would describe their relationship to the organization as “I owe my whole professional life to them”. There was a bigger group that expressed the sentiment “we know we can depend on you for only this”. These members would come and go based on when they needed one specific service that this organization was really good at.  

While they had some members who were very loyal, they…

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