Free, exclusive eBook on Tips for Successful Digital Sales & Marketing for SMEs
July 26, 2012 by Stephanie SUTANTO
This post is sponsored by SingTel myBusiness.
If you are a company looking for tips on making sales and marketing work better for you online, check out this newly launched eBook by SingTel. SingTel is Asia’s leading communications group, providing a wide spectrum of multimedia and infocomms technology (ICT) solutions, including voice, data and video services over fixed and wireless platforms.
Titled “The Stand-Out SME: Trends, Technologies and Tips for Successful Digital Sales & Marketing”, this is the first in a series of eBooks that is provided exclusively for SingTel myBusiness members.
- Unlocking your sales potential with digital sales and marketing
- When it comes to online marketing, it pays to be a psychologist
- Putting a marketing plan together: Digital tools for each stage of the buying cycle
- Make every web search point to you: Search Engine Marketing (SEM) demystified
- Why Email is still a good way to market to customers online
Don’t want to miss the digital wave? Sign up for the free myBusiness membership to access the eBook now. Members are also entitled to exclusive myBusiness content on the techblog, invitation to seminars and networking sessions such as SME Technology Series and more.
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myBusiness is a service brought to you by SingTel. SingTel myBusiness brings you closer to technology with SaaS (Software as a Service). Moving into the age of technology, myBusiness offers you a collection of cloud applications to cater for your business needs, delivers the latest business news and buzz on technology to you daily, and present to you opportunities to grow your business. myBusiness is built with 3 core propositions; SaaS Apps, Insights and Opportunities.
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About The Author
Stephanie SUTANTO - Resident Contributing Writer
Stephanie is currently pursuing her undergraduate studies in the University of California, Los Angeles. She hopes to learn more about startups both in Los Angeles and in Southeast Asia, possibly starting one of her own in future. And yes, she prefers sashimi to chocolates and flowers any day. You can find her on LinkedIn and Twitter.Read other posts by Stephanie SUTANTO