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Spending Less Time Prospecting = Investing More Time in Closing Deals

Are you a business development professional who can close? If so do you spend a lot of your time prospecting for new clients to close? Why not close more deals every day and leave the heavy lifting of prospecting to our automated system?

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Designed for the business executive who needs wider exposure.

Are you a Business Executive at the helm of a growing enterprise? If so then you realize your reputation precedes you. Business decisions are made daily based on your reputation in your market place, or perhaps the lack thereof.

Every Growth Expert Knows

The Money is in the List

List Growth

List Nurture

Calls to Action

Content Distribution

What is the FullStack TLC system?

It is an automated system that builds lists of key contacts and then communicates to them on your behalf for the purpose of turning them into prospects

It consists of four(4) Marketing Modules including:

1. Touch TLC - Automated List Nurture Module
2. Prospect Bridge - Calls to Action Module for Client Engagement and Business Promotion
3. Master Blaster - Managed Automated List Growth Module
4. Create and Promote - Content Creation and Distribution Module

Why? Because The Money IS in the list!

the money is in the list In Marketing Today, one of the most common lines is "the money is in the list". The Basic idea is fairly simple, your business develops a list of potential clients’ and then you communicate with that list on a regular basis. This gives your business the ability to stay at the forefront of your potential clients’ minds.

23 Reasons Why You Should Use Marketing Automation

If you’re considering marketing automation for your company, it’s important to have a good understanding of what to expect, and what the key benefits are before you begin comparing the various tools. At a fundamental level, marketing automation is about optimization. From optimizing your staff’s time, to optimizing which customers your sales team focuses their effort on, the scope of marketing automation goes way beyond simply automating your marketing department’s repetitive tasks. We’ll walk through many of the ways that marketing automation can be used throughout this post, but let’s start off with some of the macro-level benefits that marketing automation has on the business as a whole.

How does marketing automation benefit a business overall?

These are, in my opinion, the five key company-wide benefits of implementing a marketing automation solution.

1. Reduce your staffing costs

Using marketing automation software, one employee can compete with a 50-person marketing and sales department. How? By setting up lead nurturing and marketing campaigns that are automatically triggered based on certain criteria.

PR and the Web

Content creation and distribution can be used to generate a variety of outcomes, from simple brand awareness to product sales,to earned media coverage and expert reviews. Of these outcomes, earned media coverage can seem the most elusive to even the most seasoned communications professional. To the outsider, press coverage might seem like luck...or lack of it, depending on the tone of the coverage. To increase the chance of garnering third party editorial coverage of a story, included
If you’ve come here looking for the latest thinking on virtual reality, drones and autonomous driving—you’ve come to the wrong place. Marketers are an interesting bunch—we pride ourselves on “being in the know”, with some good reason… Part of our jobs are to stay one step ahead of the game so we are better prepared for the changes that inevitably effect the business of our industry. But in the pursuit of staying ahead of future trends—we often overlook massive shifts that need to be operationalized over the next five years, if not decade. In the pursuit of keeping our eye on the ball—I’ve identified six near term trends influencing the business of marketing:

How to measure content marketing success in 2017

How are people finding your content, and what are they doing once they’re on your pages?
What are your most effective audience acquisition channels, and which of these are driving the most significant business performance?
Marketing professionals were once exempt from such strategic modeling, today we’re under so much pressure to drive ROI that we need to be able to answer questions like these at the drop of a hat.
As the discipline of content marketing has evolved, so have the solutions for tracking content marketing success. We now have the technology to measure more aspects of the buyer’s journey than ever before, and we can even segment content marketing activity according to audience members’ progress along this journey.
When you’re able to track your marketing impact effectively, you’re in the best possible position to keep the value of our efforts top-of-mind among both internal and external stakeholders. You have what you need to periodically review the effectiveness of your strategies and iterate accordingly.
Measuring your content’s success can be a major challenge, though. Incomplete referrer data in Google Analytics is rampant, and in many cases, it’s exacerbated by the rise of “dark social.”