Posts Tagged 'kpi'

Keeping KPIs Simple: Narrowing Our Focus

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Keeping KPIs Simple: Narrowing Our Focus

I recently attended the CMO Smart conference from American Marketing Association Chicago, which was all about “Marketing at the Speed of Change.” The two panels of six chief marketing officers (CMOs) mentioned with reverence a topic that’s been on my mind lately: Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

To be honest, I already had this blog written about KPIs, but now ...

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Case Study: How to Better Allocate Association Resources Using Data – Part 4

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Data Integration - Massa Inc.In Part 4 of our 4-part Case Study on association Special Interest Groups (SIGs), we’ll examine how our client, an international association with tens of thousands of members, used data analysis to cut costs associated with their many SIGs. (Click here to view Part 1, Part 2, or Part ...

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5 Strategies For Choosing The Right KPI For Your Business

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Metric ImageIn a recent post, we discussed what key performance indicators are, and how they can help you troubleshoot unexpected problems before they irreparably hurt your business.

That leaves us with the inevitable question: “how do I determine the right KPI for my business?

Well, you’re in luck. Today we’re sharing five strategies to help you hone in on the right KPI for ...

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Why Should Your Business Have Strong KPIs?

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KPIBusiness is going strong, climbing quarter over quarter.

But suddenly, it begins to drop.

What’s going on? Is your sales staff complacent? Have you not spent enough on marketing? Why, why, why?

You do not want to find yourself in this position. Quite often, loss of revenue is the first clue a business owner gets that there is a problem afoot.

But there’s another, deeper problem here: ...

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