Everything I do in CANDDi is customer facing, from my sales role to customer research. In every single role, I come across GDPR questions from prospects and current clients alike. I'm anticipating that more people are going to be asking about this topic more often the closer we get to 25th May 2018. Hence, I've put together this blog that answers questions that are asked the most to put your mind at ease.
In a recent post, I wrote about how high technology such as virtual reality might be used in marketing or sales. Today, I will focus on artificial intelligence and the effect it has and will have on businesses in the future as it advances.
Many companies don't seem to understand the importance of their own website. They pour money into it to look pretty, to be easy to navigate, sometimes they even try to get people there. With that level of investment, why are they still refusing to reach the website's full potential? Are you ignoring it too and unintentionally harming your own business as a result?
Today’s market is saturated with multitudes of tools that can help you track your website. How do you make the right decision when they all look kind of the same or seem to be doing the same thing? Look no further. I've put together a quick guide to help you in the struggle.
Recently, I have been hearing a lot of buzzwords flying around relating to advanced technology with relation to sales and/or marketing. Words like Mixed Reality, Augment Reality, Virtual Reality,… What's the hype about? And more importantly, should this matter to business owners?
Over a week ago, Google has released a post about their new parallel tracking for their AdWords. Many of you might be wondering if any of that has/could have any effect on CANDDi. Let me put your mind at ease. CANDDi tracking has not and will not be affected at all. Here is why.
Do tradeshows like a pro and don't lose out on opportunities and prospects. Here is how we do it in CANDDi. A method tested, perfected and proven to work.
When asking businesses about their lead generation process, I’ve heard "word of mouth" more times than I can count. Word of mouth is important to any business for many reasons - reputation, a source of deals, and more. However, the digital world is not even considered to be part of that strategy, despite a substantial part of our daily communication happening right there.
Trade shows are ultimately about getting business. Yet, there is much more to them than that simple aim. There is valuable information and other opportunities that you might have been missing. Until now...
It has been a while since we made a public announcement about a new release. This time, we are bringing to you brand new email notifications!