By ADTACK Marketing
on October 01, 2019
Towards the end of the year, the world changes a little bit. Things get a little softer, jollier and the sales start. From Thanksgiving to New Years, there’s promotions and deals and your business ...
By ADTACK Marketing
on June 18, 2019
As a tourist, part of your excitement comes from exploring the area, learning about the culture, and experiencing new adventures. As a local tour guide, you know that you need to utilize social media ...
By ADTACK Marketing
on May 23, 2019
Unfortunately, no matter what industry you work in, it’s impossible to make everyone happy. With today’s technology however, it’s easier to have a small situation blown out of proportion and ...
By ADTACK Marketing
on March 21, 2019
The marketing funnel refers to the multi-step process of converting your leads into sales. Prospective customers go through the following stages before they become paying customers:
By ADTACK Marketing
on February 15, 2019
It is increasingly common for consumers to do research on most events, places and products they’re interested in. This applies to extended trips like vacations, and shorter activities, such as an ...
By ADTACK Marketing
on May 07, 2018
Is your sales team wasting time on leads that are still getting cold feet on making a purchase? Rather than spending resources on these leads, marketing and sales teams should work to better qualify ...
By ADTACK Marketing
on September 19, 2017
There was a time around the turn of the century (the one in 2000, not 1900) when leading marketing professionals could pretty much just go with their guts when it came to making decisions. 
By ADTACK Marketing
on July 12, 2017
Data runs the world. It drives the decisions we make, the people meet and the things we do. To ignore it would be ignoring potential income streams; to misunderstand it could lead to expensive ...
By ADTACK Marketing
on May 30, 2017
Is your marketing centered on your customer? Before answering, look at what your marketing focuses on the most. That will give you the answer and you may be surprised it is not customer centered. ...