You can’t just turn off the bull-horn and expect to save money by being quiet, though. That’s a recipe for disaster.
I’ve detailed this elsewhere, demonstrating how the smart companies actually gain market share during recessions or depressions. So I won’t belabor that point any further.
So, how do you connect with customers when they’re so resistant to new spending initiatives? How do you generate better leads when customer budgets are shrinking?
Here a quick, high-level run-down of the pertinent answers.
First, you should show them:
The next question you should be asking is: How do I find people that are interested in these topics (with respect to my solutions/products/services)?
I have several different approaches to this last question. Some are social media related, some involve emailing people, some use good old-fashioned direct mail, some utilize Google Adwords and Facebook ads.
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