Mark James is an accomplished business improvement advisor with over 40 years of experience in workplace performance, distribution channel effectiveness, marketing and measurement. As the founder and President of Performance Advisors Group, Inc., he helps growing and mature B2B companies achieve consistently positive customer experiences, sustainable growth and competitive advantage. Mark has successfully helped manufacturers…
Episode 535 – From Dot Com Drummer To Data Real Estate Agent – How Computing Power Effects Your Business with Bill Winsininski
Bill is skilled in Sales, Data Center, Management, Business Development, and Marketing. – More Coming Soon Learn More About Bill and Confluence LLC – CLICK HERE
Hi. I’m Warren Whitlock. My mission is to help brands improve the results of their digital marketing.
I started creating content for marketing when “new media” meant we could combine multiple slide projectors for a presentation. By the time I went online in 1981, I’d learned to push for better technology whenever it allowed us to achieve our objectives.
Throughout my career, I have created new strategies to use influence and persuasion to help people get what they want. I set hard sales goals and measured performance but never forget that people hate to be sold, but love to buy. I have been an entrepreneur in the computer, publishing, and media,
I look for collaborations where brands can share resources, extend their reach and give customers an experience they will want to share with others. I am currently partnering with IBM Futurists and a few brands and startups along with keynotes where I can engage executives transforming their organizations for an abundant future.
I am sorry to say that if you have made a New Years Resolution, there is an 80% chance at this point it’s already failed. There is a false narrative that it takes 21 days to form a new habit? But, on average, it takes about 66 days before a new behavior becomes automatic.
When it comes to Linked In, chances are you have lots of connections and little action. You also probably have those connections on other social media, in your phone, Quickbooks, and more!
When it comes to Linkedin connections, it’s like a match. It takes a spark to light them, but a flame to reuse them in a way that can actually help you create new business. Here are 3 things that most people can do with their LinkedIn connections…
We all have them… CRMs (Customer Relationship Manager). They can be as simple as an address book and as complex as a custom database system. The bottom line is they all have one thing in common… DATA! Names, address, emails, addresses, and some include the ability to track conversations, transactions and more. Have you ever…