Fresh Leads = New Client Potential According to a report published by the Content Marketing Institute (CMI), using a lead generation strategy is one of the top marketing approaches for 2017. Approximately 80% of B2B and 66% of B2C organizations surveyed by CMI put the employment of a lead generation strategy at the top of […]
I am taking a short-term diversion from the Food Revolution to discuss the best career tool and knowledge-sharing app available. The web has become a crucial tool for building one’s credibility as an expert, and yet most people are missing one of the most important knowledge-sharing networks on the web. I am talking about Twitter. […]
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