If Marketing Were Easy Everyone Would Be Successful. A Look At New Software From Palo Alto

pas-paloalto-assets-s3-amazonaws-com-img-boxshots-original-smp_left-224x353.pngI am NOT a marketer, but 90% of my business is marketing. I want to be a technology evangelist and write and speak about technology, but in order to make money, I have to market my business and make sales. Sound familiar.
You want to be an accountant, a computer technician, a retail store owner, a brand consultant…but guess what you spend most of your time fulfilling client needs and trying to get new business. It’s touch.
Palo Alto Software has a new product out “Sales and Marketing Pro” which will put take the pain and headache out of marketing your business.
If you consider yourself an advanced marketer this software is probably not for you. But if you’re like the many small businesses who contact me on a regular basis, you’ll love this new tool
Similar to Palo Alto’s Business Plan Pro Software, Sales and Marketing Pro contains guides, templates and tools from top notch vendors (such as Vertical Response, Network Solutions and BatchBlue) to help you attract new customers and keep the ones you have.
Sales and Marketing Pro helps you:
– Create a sales plan
– Build a web site
– Schedule appointments
– Create business cards
– Send a press release
– Advice for social media marketing
and more (including a book by John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing
It’s $99 and you get your money back in 60 days if you don’t like it. So check it out – get more customers and keep the ones you have.

The following two tabs change content below.
Ramon Ray, Editor & Technology Evangelist, Smallbiztechnology.com . Editor and Founder, Smart Hustle Magazine Full bio at http://www.ramonray.com . Check him out on Google Plus, Twitter or Facebook

One thought on “If Marketing Were Easy Everyone Would Be Successful. A Look At New Software From Palo Alto

  1. Kyle Professional Website

    I’d be skeptical of something out of a $99 box for what is inherently a difficult task to put a template around. While you can template business plans and accounting processes, you are not 100% in control of your brand identity and marketing is too fluid for a similar solution.

Comments are closed.