A recent Internet marketing survey shows that 55% of respondents said they even if get more than $10,000 in revenue from the average customer from a highly-qualified lead, only 8.8% said they would be willing to pay $500 for that lead. Why are so few companies willing to pay that money for a promising lead? After all, in many cases those leads will lead to a much larger return in revenue.
Thanks to the astonishing growth of games on social networks such as Facebook and MySpace, the U.S. virtual goods market is poised to clear $1 billion in revenues in 2009, up more than 50 percent from a year earlier. By 2010, revenu... Read Post
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