Juice Marketing Adds New Sage ERP and CRM Articles to Content Vault
In an online marketing environment where SEO drives business and content is king, Sage Partners like the convenience of grabbing ready-made articles off the shelf for their newsletter or blog.
In an online marketing environment where SEO drives business and content is king, Sage Partners like the convenience of grabbing ready-made articles off the shelf according to Mark Badran, Managing Partner at Juice Marketing. "Our clients turn to the Vault when they’re short on content for the next newsletter or blog entry and even shorter on time to research, write, edit, and create them from scratch."
Badran points out that since the articles in the Content Vault are editable, Sage Partners can eliminate most of the heavy lifting of content creation without sacrificing control and personalization. He says, "Our clients get the articles in a Microsoft Word document so they can change, edit, and perhaps optimize the content for keywords, before dropping it into their next newsletter or blog post."
The Content Vault already features a good number of articles that cover ERP, CRM, inventory control, business intelligence, reporting, human resource management, payroll, nonprofit accounting, and construction management software. And with the article additions announced today, Badran says, "Now there's even more to choose from. Some articles mention specific products like Sage 100 or Sage X3, while others are product-agnostic and focus more broadly on how technology like business intelligence or warehouse management software improves operations."
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Juice Marketing provides simple and cost-effective marketing programs and consulting services to small business technology companies including Sage, Microsoft, and SAP business partners. Their turnkey marketing programs - like email newsletters, customer success stories, lead nurturing campaigns, press releases, keyword-optimized blog articles, social media coaching, and SEO consulting - helps small business technology providers squeeze the most out of their marketing dollar.