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Raihan Ali
Apr 04, 2022
In Welcome to the Cars Forum
Tip: use the phrase *even if* to address any email list objections your customers might have. Tweet that! 2. "Because..." imagine you are queuing in front of the xerox machine and getting ready to make copies. I approach you and ask you: "Can I cut in front of you?" what would you do? Depending on your mood, you might have a few choice words to send me. You could politely decline. You might let me go ahead just because you're surprised by this weird request. Now imagine that I said this instead: "Can I cut in front of you because I'm in a hurry?" be in a hurry I'm going too fast to make copiesmaybe your copies aren't as urgent, or you just want to be nice. You might not always let me cut they are special and email list above average, why should they think your products will work for them? "Sounds good, but it wouldn't work for me" is a very common reason people don't buy in front, but it's better than my (pretty rude) first question. But wait ! We haven't finished yet. What if I said "Can I cut in front of you because I need to make copies?" what would you do then? I'll leave you to think about it – but researchers have email list also looked into this question. 94% of those in line let the person in a hurry pass them by. Amazingly, 93% let people cut them "Because they needed to make copies". "Because I need to make copies" is a meaningless statement - it's the only reason anyone needs to use a copier! The reason for the huge jump in the cut (only 60% let themselves be cut in the first condition) is the word "Because". The word “because” is powerful. It gives people a reason to believe what you say. Use it in your messaging to make your communication more persuasive. Where to use: landing pages , facebook ads, times when you push for sales.
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Raihan Ali
Apr 02, 2022
In Welcome to the Cars Forum
Ten years ago today, microsoft launched bing. A email list decade later, bing's evolution is different depending on your perspective. After investing billions, bing's market share is still small, but microsoft has remained committed to research, used it to improve its other products, and has bigger plans ahead for its advertising business. A condensed history of microsoft's foray into search it's bing's 10th anniversary, but microsoft's foray into search engines began nearly 21 years ago when it used technology from inktomi, looksmart and altavista to power bing's ancestor. , msn search. Msn search eventually became known as live search. In 2005, it was clear that microsoft aspired to be a player in the search engine industry when it started using its own web crawler. Image search, however, would continue to be outsourced to email list a third party for another year – a far cry from the deep learning now used in bing image search. Microsoft moved away from third-party vendors in 2006 by implementing its own image search algorithm and switching to its own advertising service, then called msn adcenter. The following year, the company made a number of changes that continue to impact its current operation, including the removal of the windows brand from its search. Engine and the appointment of satya nadella, now email list ceo, to the leading its new group of search and advertising platforms. Over the next several years, a series of reorganizations, consolidations, and exits would lead to the rise of microsoft's modern search engine, bing. Named after the sound "In our heads when we think about that moment of discovery and decision-making — when you're solving those important tasks," bing officially replaced live search on june 3, 2009. Bing's new groove under nadella looking back at what could have been helps us better appreciate how far microsoft and bing have come. Another candidate vying to succeed microsoft ceo steve ballmer in 2014 was stephen elop, then-ceo of nokia, who was apparently open to selling bing.
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Raihan Ali
Apr 02, 2022
In Welcome to the Cars Forum
How effective is social media in driving referral traffic? Let's email list look at the facts. In 2019, there were 4.39 billion internet users worldwide. Facebook, the social media giant, has 2.32 billion, or more than half. There are five other platforms with over a billion users (youtube, whatsapp, facebook messenger, wechat, instagram). While google is still the best at directing visitors to sites, you can't look at these numbers without being impressed. Turning to social media for additional traffic is a very profitable investment - if you play your cards right. Arguably, it's easier than trying to rank on google since you've already done most of your work elsewhere, namely on your own website. That's not to say it's a total walk in the park, especially if you're not already a big, famous brand. But if others are doing it, and you want to do it too, why run away from the email list challenge? So let’s see how to get as much social media traffic as possible. Step 1: prepare your social media pages obviously, you have to exist in social media before you can start using it as a traffic machine. The details are less obvious. These are the elements that will lay the foundation for your social stronghold. Your personal pages which one do you prefer: a. Talk to a person; b. Or talk to a brand with a logo for its face? Most people will choose option a 100% of the time. It email list makes interactions more personal and instills trust much better. Once you have decided on the social platforms you are going to use, set up your personal accounts there - with your name and face. (if you already have them, great!) be your own representative. Encourage other members of your team to do the same. Personal pages are also necessary to build and expand your network, but we'll get to that later. Your business pages
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