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.
According to this recent article over on CNNMoney.com on how emerging markets are hot, total sales are expected to rise an average 10% among S&P 500 companies that derive more than half of their revenues overseas. In comparison, we'... Read Post
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