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Start by getting a doctor to 'sponsor' you - to recommend it to their patients. Give them a few for free so their patients can try it out - which will get the physician sold on it. Meanwhile, also start reaching out to the right people in the appropriate insurance companies through LinkedIn a...

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For pure B2B, nothing beats the free and fee offerings at http://www.marketingprofs.com/

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As your targets are SME companies with 3 or more developers you can use LinkedIn premium search for finding the list of top executives of the companies and send them in-mails for partnership! Another great source for you could be outsourcing websites where US development companies are represente...

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There are a number of factors that could be attributing to not having much success. Most likely, it is your messaging. Are you framing everything you say around how your product/service solves the problem your ideal client is facing? For example, if they are banging their head against the wall ...

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The best way to get leads for a B2B solution is to do prospecting research online. What should you look for? Very depends on your type and stage of business. Assuming you are completely new here are some questions that would get you started: 1) What problem are the business you are looking fo...

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Hi I have ben working in the field of Mobile Marketing since 2008 and even though most of our activities has been targeted a consumer market the mechanism is much about the sam. If you could provide me with some words about what type of products you are trying to sell to whom - I'd be glad to hel...

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Quora to show subject matter expertise and 'nurture' your relationship with cold leads to generate more educated and eager signups. We did an episode on Quora marketing: (https://anchor.fm/marketing-automation/episodes/A-Quick-Intro-To-Quora-Marketing---General-Strategy-e1vlpr/a-a4noru) https...

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Find apps that are B2B and go to the review sections. Specifically going to Google's play or Chrome store and look at reviews and follow them to Google+ to engage. I took that same angle for B2C app I was building last year. Check it out. http://blendah.com/post/37331434653/lean-startup-hack

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It depends on exactly what your situation is. Anyone who offers you a one-size-fits-all "solution" is just blowing smoke and will make you lose a lot of money. Even two companies in the same industry will have a different "best way" to improve their marketing. Remember, marketing is an INVES...

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Sounds like you know most of the important pieces but lack the confidence to jump back into the fray. For more than a few years I have been in love with the Lean Startup approach and the MVP. There will always be pros and cons to any approach, but this methodology still packs a lot of horsepower....

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