It is shocking no one has reported the blunder until now. Google does so much right. It's what the Goliath is not doing. The mistake is in how Google communicates with their customers by email. Email marketing can mean the difference between just scraping by and steady, reliable sales
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 1, 2008
When stockholders and Wall Street get wind of the Google Mistake they could pressure the giant to act - fast. When the Presidential candidate in the clutches of the Google Mistake finds out, he will need to change his online campaign strategy overnight, or risk losing the election. The mistake is that big. Small businesses who don't jump into the fray may fall victim to the financial sector free fall - regardless of bailout.
"It is shocking no one has reported the blunder until now. Google does so much right. It's what the Goliath is not doing. The mistake is in how Google communicates with their customers by email. Email marketing can mean the difference between just scraping by and steady, reliable sales" reveals Taylor Hunt, a Precision Marketing Specialist, and the online promotion insider brought in to improve the world's largest annual promotion.
"Nearly every business is looking for ways to stretch their marketing dollars to generate sales. Those who learn from the Google mistake could sail through the current economic storm. Businesses are already competing for a smaller pool of customers. Further cutbacks underway after the last two weeks on Wall Street increase the need for small businesses to grab every available advantage. With a price tag affordable to all businesses, email marketing done correctly has a $51.45 return for every $1 dollar spent according The Direct Marketing Association.
Yet, even among those 'in-the-know', less than 2% of marketers understand and practice exactly how to market with email to steer clear of the Google mistake and sliding sales", Hunt says. "The result of wielding this destiny-changer correctly are so spectacular it's pure insanity not to use it. Only one of the two Presidential candidates is harnessing email marketing to even half its true potential."
Everyone is looking for the silver bullet. Naysayers claim there is no such thing. Let them cling tight to this belief as their sales whither, while those who use it to "storm-proof" their marketing - steer clear of economic downswings, quietly haul fortunes away from the competition, send their children to top colleges, retire to a life of luxury and leisure - and maybe even take the White House. For anyone looking to sell products, services or themselves (like politicians) especially now - if there ever was a silver bullet, this is it.
Think back to the year 2000 when Al Gore lost the election even with the popular vote. It's not hard to imagine how a single, simple marketing technique overlooked by either campaign could cost that candidate the election in 2008. Right now, there are online forces at work that may determine whether McCain or Obama will be the next President of the United States. Those who side-step the Google mistake fastest could be elected President, avoid business closure and create the next empire.
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