He came, he saw, he conquered. That's what the history books will write about Cian McLoughlin, who just wiped out the competition for a third straight week to claim last week's Readers' Choice Award. Congrats on the total domination, Cian. Nicely done.
And now, as we transition into the post-Cian era (at least until he writes his next article), we turn our attention to a fresh field of contestants:
Kelley Robertson kicks things off with three ways to make your sales proposals stand out from the rest of the pack, and Andrea Howe gives a podcast interview on the four stumbling blocks that prevent you from having trustworthy client relationships.
Meanwhile, Anne Scarlet shares how improvisation exercises (you heard me) can drastically improve your client presentations. And if any of you out there consider yourselves to be a bit introverted, C.J. Hayden has written an article with marketing advice that's just for you.
Finally, RainToday's Mary Flaherty shares a case study on how a staffing firm used inbound marketing to generate a 257% increase in its website orders, totaling $450,000 in sales. In other words, content marketing worked out pretty well for them. If I were you, I'd check to see how they did it.
Jonathan Carlson is a Senior Marketing Associate at RainToday.com. He implements and oversees all of RainToday’s marketing initiatives, and works with partners and advertisers to ensure that people across the globe know about the greatness that is RainToday. He is also a weekly contributor to the RainToday blog.
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