Taking Relationship Marketing to the Next Level
Taking Relationship Marketing to the Next Level written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing
Marketing Podcast with Zvi Band
Today on the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I chat with Zvi Band . He is a the founder of Contactually , and a hacker and community builder.
Contactually is a smart CRM tool that can help you manage relationships in the long term. He’s also invested in growing relationships and connections in his own backyard, in the Washington, DC area. He co-founded Proudly Made in DC for local startups and the DC Tech Startups Meetup group.
His book, Success Is in Your Sphere , delves even further into the topic, providing a step-by-step approach to leveraging your existing relationships to your advantage.
On today’s episode, Band shares what he’s learned about networking and relationship building over the years, and teaches listeners best practices for getting the most out of their existing contact list.
Questions I ask Zvi Band:
How does technology make it harder (or easier) to have intentional relationships?
What is the role of social media in intentional relationships?
What is the difference between networking and relationship marketing?
What you’ll learn if you give a listen:
Why your business’s most important asset might be your contact list, rather than your pipeline.
How to prioritize our contact efforts.
Why asking for help can actually help you to build relationships.
Key takeaways from the episode and more about Zvi Band:
Learn more about Zvi Band
Order a copy of Success Is in Your Sphere
Follow on Twitter
Follow on Facebook
Connect on LinkedIn
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