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Industry Buzz – August 2017

Posted on September 1st, 2017 by

Hi Sellers!

Looks like autumn is already claiming its territory, bringing along new business trends, consumer insights, marketing solutions and cloud strategies. As usual, we’ve gathered the most comprehensive and efficient resources out there to help your business thrive this season!

Keep on reading!

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Industry Buzz – August 2016

Posted on September 1st, 2016 by

Hi sellers!

As summer comes to an end, people are embarking on their final vacations and are starting to plan for a busy fall.

Take advantage of these resources to help you win in this rapidly changing market. […]

How to Keep SaaS Customers Engaged With Great, Targeted Content

Posted on September 28th, 2015 by

When you think of the words content marketing for SaaS, you’re most like likely to associate it with “customer acquisition.” And rightfully so: strategically developing and promoting relevant content on your website is an important part of growing your customer base, both when it comes to optimizing your site for SEO and web visits and when nurturing trial users into paying customers. […]

Industry Buzz – December 2014

Posted on December 29th, 2014 by

Hi Sellers!

Happy December! It’s hard to believe we are at the end of another year. At the same time, 2015 looks to be even more exciting – and we’ve taken the last issue of the Insight to sum up 2014 and outline some of the trends of 2015. […]

“Mobile Is The Next Internet”- The WebAppTool Vision

Posted on April 16th, 2014 by

We’ve had the opportunity to chat recently with Micha Willemse, the COO of WebAppTool, a very cool online mobile app toolkit start-up out of The Netherlands. Insightful commentary, a remarkable company vision and a very generous discount coupon code offered to you, the reader. Dive in and enjoy! […]

Obamacare and Online Launches

Posted on October 2nd, 2013 by

As many of you may be aware, yesterday (Oct 1) was the first day of Obamacare in action for most US citizens – they ability to explore public healthcare plans on health exchanges. And it didn’t go very well, prompting President Obama to compare this with the iOS7 launch. […]