Posts Tagged: marketing

6 Great Tools To Engage Your Audience

One of the most important aspects of running an online business is clear communication with customers/visitors. This includes email communication, event planning, promotional activity/contests, customer support, and feedback generation. It’s more important now than ever to stay in touch with your users, amidst an ever changing and increasingly competitive business environment. Here are 6 tools… Read more »

10 Great Tools to Automate and Outsource Your Work

Profits go to those who are always one step ahead.  And the savvy business owner always stays one step ahead by systemizing and outsourcing tasks outside of their core competency. This allows them to focus intensely on what’s in front of them. Here are a few great tools for automating and outsourcing parts of your… Read more »

The Faster and Stronger KickoffLabs Page Editor Now Live

Creating landing pages for campaigns should be simple, fast and fun for you. Over the past few months we’ve been collecting feedback, and you’ve told us the KickoffLabs landing page editor needs to be simpler AND more flexible. We’ve heard you loud and clear, so today we’re introducing our new and improved page editor! Take… Read more »

Throw Out Your Pitch – It’s Not Working. Get Back To Basics.

The hard sell doesn’t work anymore – especially on the internet. These pitches: Just aren’t going to work anymore. So what about your pitch? What are you doing to set yourself apart from others without looking like an antiquated internet salesman from 1998 – and immediately destroying any chance of converting possible leads into just… Read more »

Where’s your cookie?

Last week I stayed at a Hampton Inn and Suites. One of their perks is “cookie hour” whereby they have fresh baked cookies in the lobby from 8-9pm. It doesn’t get much better than than walking in from a long snowy day of traveling and finding yourself a fresh baked cookie. On my last night… Read more »

How to create the best online forms for your landing pages

Most online forms suck You’ve seen them. Most online forms are ugly, too long, don’t offer any incentives, and make it nearly impossible to find the call to action. Your form could be different if you follow these steps. 1. Apply the ten foot rule. When you’ve finished creating your form stand up and walk… Read more »