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Christoph Sisson

Christoph Sisson
Christoph is a marketing and customer-experience practitioner who is committed to understanding customer needs and business objectives. As marketing manager for Walsworth, Christoph enjoys informing customers about solutions that can improve their success.

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10 eCommerce Best Practices That Will Boost Your Sales

Are your online sales increasing your bottom line? Are you using eCommerce solutions that position your company as a robust marketplace where shoppers can get merchandise that fills a need, solves a problem or enhances their lives?

We've gathered some eCommerce best practices to pass along to you:

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How to Hook Potential Customers with Funnel Marketing

Luring in customers with funnel marketing is a little like fishing. They don't take the bait at first, but they're curious. So you show them a little more, and they move in closer. Some will nibble at the bait, while others will hang back and wait to see what else happens. You won't catch them all, but some fish will succumb to your marketing efforts showing them that the worm, minnow or leech at the end of your line is what they really want.

Also known as "mousetrap marketing," funnel marketing targets people for more positive results than worms on a hook or cheese on a trap. It's all about drawing people deeper into the scope of what you have to offer. It's a positive experience because the potential customer makes choices based on his interest in your offerings, and you benefit by weeding out less interested people.

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Marketing to Millennials, Part 2: Tips for Publishers

In Part 1 of our Marketing to Millennials series, we described why people born in the early 1980s to the early 2000s are such an important market segment.

In this post, we’re going to take a look at specific ways publishers can target this important demographic.

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Marketing to Millennials, Part 1: How to Connect

Millennials — people born in the early 1980s through the early 2000s — spend $1.3 trillion a year. They currently make up the vital demographic of 18- to 35-year-olds. But they’re a varying group of 18- to 35-year-olds, and marketing to Millennials is a different prospect.

This is not a monolithic group by any means. Millennials are more racially diverse, far more politically independent than any other demographic group, and more likely to be unaffiliated with a religion. These young people have grown up in a culture of individuality. They have been praised for their talents and rewarded for their successes. They don’t settle into the typical rites of passage that their predecessors did, such as getting married, buying a home and having children at socially appropriate times. They may not do any of these things, or they may do them at non-typical stages of life.

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6 Tips to Make Sure Your Writing is Really Done

Whether you're writing an article, blog post or news release, it's crucial to ensure your work is written in an authoritative yet approachable style. Making certain that your writing is free of typographical errors, misspellings and grammar blunders will improve content clarity and improve readability. That means more than skimming and running spell check to catch typos and obvious errors. Look over your work closely to avoid errors like run-on sentences, comma splices and subject-verb agreement, as well as to ensure your work has proper flow and tone.

Mistakes are bound to happen occasionally, but paying close attention, keeping your eyes out for common problems and giving your work multiple reads can keep errors to a minimum. Take a look at some common problem areas for which diligence can pay off.

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