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  • Five Ways to Optimize Email for MobileEmail Marketing
    A note to our readers: MarketingProfs has decided to cease publication of the Get to the Po!nt (GTTP) newsletters, and this issue of the Email Marketing GTTP is the last you'll be receiving. ...
  • Three Ways to Reactivate Lapsed SubscribersEmail Marketing
    "If you check your subscriber lists, you'll probably find contacts lingering who should have been dealt with long ago," says Denise Keller in an article at MarketingProfs. "Instead of sitting ...
  • Achieving Kingly Facebook Engagement: The Six Secrets of SuperbrandsSocial Media
    A note to our readers: MarketingProfs has decided to cease publication of the Get to the Po!nt (GTTP) newsletters, and this issue of the Social Media GTTP is the last ...
  • Five Questions Marketers Need to Ask Prospective ClientsB2B Marketing
    "The key to being a good consultant of any kind is to ask the right questions," Michael Teitelbaum notes in a recent post at Marketing Trenches. "I've seen that the ...
  • Is Bad Service Good Business?Small Business
    Every small business makes compromises on a daily basis. Adding something here means subtracting something there. But does it ever make sense to cut back on the customer experience? Can ...
  • Captivating Digital Moms: Four Apps They LoveSocial Media
    Moms are among the most connected demographics in social: more than 54% own smartphones, 75% use Facebook; and 5 million visit Pinterest daily. Their purchasing decisions affect entire households and ...
  • How to Generate Leads via the Chamber of CommerceB2B Marketing
    You have a very good reason to join your local chamber of commerce: "One study on consumer preferences found that 63% of consumers prefer to shop and do business with chamber members," ...
  • Five Social Lessons for Small Business From Big BusinessSocial Media
    Social may democratize the marketing landscape, but big businesses still have the upper hand in terms of best-practices, simply because they have more resources to devote to new media. What's ...
  • Four Email Marketing BlundersEmail Marketing
    Despite the glitz and glamour of newer marketing channels, most people still favor tried-and-true email. "A recent study asked consumers which channel they prefer for receiving permission-based promotional messages," reports ...
  • Making a Plan for Your Online CommunitySocial Media
    Looking to build an online community? Don't start blind! According to Bill Faeth at the Inbound Marketing Blog, most online-community development plans are "impractical" or "irrelevant."  To help companies get a better social start, ...
  • The Argument Against 'Do Not Reply'Email Marketing
    "You walk into your local Sprint store to pay your monthly invoice," writes DJ Waldow at Waldow Social. "You [go] to the counter and hand the Sprint employee a check ...
  • Four Tips for Using Instagram for BusinessSocial Media
    Who would've guessed a few photo filters and instant sharing capabilities would produce a social hit? Instagram, that's who! The image-based social network, available on iPhone and Android smartphones, boasts more than ...
  • Don't Let Negative Word-of-Mouth Hamper Positive SEOSearch Engine Marketing
    "Word-of-mouth is not what it used to be," writes Bob DeStefano in an article at MarketingProfs. "Just 10 years ago, upset customers, or raving fans, could spread their opinion about ...
  • How to Market to Gen-YSmall Business
    "Many companies are stressed out about marketing to Generation-Y, those born between 1982 and 1993," writes Tim Hare at MarketingProfs. And with a good reason: "I'm sure you've heard about how ...
  • Using Subject-Line Symbols to Get NoticedEmail Marketing
    "In sports, the best coaches find hidden talent to help propel their teams," writes Greg Zakowicz at the Bronto blog. "In email marketing, that means finding underused tactics." A perfect example of a ...
  • Social Guidelines Worthy of an OlympianSocial Media
    Social media guidelines are the hallmark, and often the Achilles heel, of a solid social strategy. To be successful, your user guidelines need to be simple and facilitate right social behavior—instead ...
  • Creative Ways to Use Twitter for BusinessSocial Media
    Add oomph to your tweet stream! The Social Media Examiner has conceived 16 creative ways to boost your Tweeting. These tips are designed to help you better organize and structure your Twitter ...
  • How to Put Some Oomph Back in Your Email CampaignsEmail Marketing
    When everything's going well, it's easy to find yourself in an email-marketing rut. Perhaps you've gotten complacent with ROI that's good—but not great. Or maybe you're boring your customers with the ...
  • Facebook Promotions: Do's and Don'tsSocial Media
    It can be amazingly confusing to run a contest on a Facebook Page. But breaking any Facebook Terms may result in your page being shut down—so you have to step ...
  • Three Ways to Simplify the User's Buying ProcessSocial Media
    According to the IBM Institute for Business Value, 60-65% of business leaders think users follow them on social media because they want to be part of a community. But that ...
  • Use Empathetic Marketing to Win CustomersSmall Business
    We're living in an age of post-Recessionary caution. "[T]oday, most consumers have to be careful with their spending and only a strongly demonstrated understanding of their feelings and life/business circumstances ...
  • The Facebook Toolkit You Just Can't Live WithoutSocial Media
    Facebook remains the hottest socnet on the block, but its marketing options are so sprawled that it's hard to decide where to begin—or how. Which is why Mashable has compiled a ...
  • Three Ways to Develop Customer EvangelistsSmall Business
    How do we love customer evangelists? Let us count the ways. "Your evangelists are passionate, loyal, and thrilled to recommend you," writes Alex Goldfayn at Mashable. "They are communicators—when it ...
  • Five Ways to Deliver a Great Customer ExperienceSmall Business
    You might think of customer experience as a synonym for brand positioning or brand experience. But Christine Mauro says it's much, much more. "In reality, customer experience is the result ...
  • Four Steps to Incorporating Social Media at Consumer Touch PointsSocial Media
    In April, the McKinsey Quarterly published "Demystifying Social Media" for businesses. The article illustrates how using social media right can enable "targeted marketing responses at individual touch points along the consumer decision journey." Here ...

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