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Lead Management Fundamentals:   How to close more leads?  Part II

Lead Management Fundamentals: How to close more leads? Part II

The latest lead management technologies offer viable solutions to bridge the marketing-sales gap. A good Drip Marketing Automation program can ...

Lead Management Fundamentals:   How to close more leads?  Part 1

Lead Management Fundamentals: How to close more leads? Part 1

This sales-marketing gap causes the greatest amount of friction and frustration between sales and marketing. (It does not matter whether ...

The Mount Everest of Google Ranking is Gone Forever

The Mount Everest of Google Ranking is Gone Forever

If you company is spending alot of money on SEO, stop. It's a waste. You might as well send ...

Stop Losing Deals over Poor Lead Management

Stop Losing Deals over Poor Lead Management

You would be amazed by how many leads are simply dropped a week or two after being generated. The sales ...

3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

What are the 3 things you need to know today for your small business? Find them all right here. We ...

Boycott the Big Gulp

7/11 stores are leading the charge for credit card regulation. The company believes the discount rates have become too high and they want the consumers to fight back. On their website, 7/11 states:

The fees that 7/11 and other stores are charged when people use credit and debit cards have grown significantly over the last several years. We have no ability to negotiate and have no other choice than to go to our customers who are then forced to pay more for everything they buy because of the credit card industry system and ask them to help ...


Will Congress Set Credit Card Rates and Fees?

In June, Rep. John Conyers (D- MI) introduced a bill to Congress and Richard Durbin introducing a similar bill to the Senate to regulate credit card processing fees acquiring banks are charging the merchant. The Credit Card Fair Fee Act, S. 1212 and H.R.2695, is intended "to amend the antitrust laws to ensure competitive market-based rates and terms for merchants' access to electronic payment systems."

Will such a bill really increase competition and lower merchant rates? Doubtfully, the increase in Rewards Card usage is one of the main reasons why rates have risen in the last few years ...


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