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Why warming up the emails before sending cold emails is very important? #coldemail [Video]

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Small Business Marketing

Considering Launching an Omnichannel Strategy? [Video]

Avoid Making These Mistakes! Omnichannel marketing is no longer a “nice to have” strategy, it’s a required strategy if you are serious about meeting your goals and objectives. Before you launch your strategy, make sure you don’t make these common mistakes that can sabotage your plan: Failing to… * Understand the data and analytics you will receive from your omnichannel strategy. If you aren’t able to interpret the data you won’t be able to identify what is working, when to pivot, or how to best serve your audience. * Create and launch an effective content strategy that focuses on audience relevancy. * Put the customer at the center of your overall strategy. We bring our clients results! Learn how you can consistently see increased traffic, enhanced brand loyalty, and new, qualified leads. Visit https://www.lbmsllc.com/

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Social Media Marketing

Stanford University @LatinoBusinessActionNetwork Scaling Program [Video]

When I started the business scaling program at Stanford University, we walked the campus, the sounds of fall leaves crunching under our feet. We wore matching sweaters, the university logo emblazoned on our chests. With her tiny hand in mine, I pointed to the bell tower, the fountains, and the business school. I was accepted to Stanford University’s Latino Business Action Network, a scaling program for entrepreneurship, so I took my daughter to walk the campus with me. When I applied to the three-month program, I wasn’t sure if I could actually manage the additional work (they estimated 10 hours of class work per week), but JD said he wanted me to pursue the opportunity. Not just for the business education, he said, but to show Luna what’s possible. Luna, JD, and I will return to Stanford University for the graduation ceremony in December. My hope is to walk across the stage, accept my certificate, and then sit her on my lap. I’ll lean over and whisper in her ear, baby girl we did it.