Posts Tagged ‘buyer bill of rights’

Buyer-Enabled Bill of Rights

February 6th, 2012

We created a Buyer’s Bill of Rights a couple of months ago, but didn’t have the right context to explain the “why” of Buyer-Enabled, but now in context it is becoming clear that this is the “how” to become buyer-enabled in your engagement within your markets. Imagine if all vendors treated buyers this way how amazing our buying experiences would become. All movements start with a “moment” and a core of early evangelists. Here is to hoping this one catches on…. please, soon…. and start with the worst offenders who provide lights-out customer service… I mean literally “no one is home in our call-center bad service”… or the “SPAM to your inbox chokes” marketing offenders. Continue reading “Buyer-Enabled Bill of Rights” »

Social Media is Dead, Long Live Target Marketing

August 10th, 2011

I have spent the last couple of years evangelizing social media and its various flavors; social business, social marketing, enterprise community, social CRM, etc. I can officially say that the “newness” is over, kaput, finished, and has officially kicked the bucket. If you haven’t “done” social media by now, don’t bother. In some markets, we are seeing so much content being generated, you might as well go back to pumping out press releases and spamming email lists as you will have better odds of getting someone to respond. Having a twitter, facebook, linkedin company, etc account does not buy you anything. Worse, if you spend a ton of money with your agency on these free accounts, you are throwing away good money.

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