Small Business Marketing Ideas: Free Report On Boosting Sales with LinkedIn

K|E Marketing Group has today released a free report on How to Increase Sales with LinkedIn titled LinkedIn Success. Download it now for no cost at https://thekemarketinggroup.com/home

Seattle, United States - July 17, 2019 /PressCable/ —

The K|E Marketing Group has today released a free report titled: “LinkedIn Success: How to Dramatically Increase Sales Using LinkedIn”. This report aims to Boost Sales, Attract Customers and in Increase Leads.

The report has been made openly available and at no cost by K|E Marketing Group. It’s available to the general public, thought leaders within the small small business industry and anyone with an interest in leveraging LinkedIn to increase sales, leads and customers.

The report was also written with a specific focus on Small business owners and entrepreneurs since Ellard Thomas, MBA, believes “In a market this fast-paced, it’s critical to have the most current information to growing your business faster without increasing your budget. We feel this report would make things a lot easier for small business owners with enough on their plate already, but need more clients to scale their business. We wrote this report with the small business owner in mind because small businesses are the backbone to a thriving economy.”

When asked about why they released the report at this time, Ellard Thomas, Co-Founder at K|E Marketing Group said: “We released this report because we believe we owe it to our clients to produce high-quality and engaging material that will give them insight to what’s necessary for operational continuity.”

Interested parties can find the report ready to download, for free, at KEMarketingGroup.com.

K|E Marketing Group was founded in 2009 and is a innovative entity within the small business marketing and lead generation industry. It is best known for delivering cutting edge information openly to its readers, giving them a real advantage over their competitors. The K|E Marketing Group is best known for helping small businesses succeed in a highly-competitive marketplace. .

Its unique position within its industry gives it the authority to produce such a report on How to Increase Sales & Leads with LinkedIn because the K|E Marketing Group has spent thousands on in-depth consumer research to really get the heart of what its customers want and need to know about generating sales and leads. The LinkedIn Success report will help small business owners compete on a much higher level than its competitors. .

For example, as the report aims to solve sales and leads deficiency, it gives valuable information to the reader that will ultimately benefit them by attracting their ideal customers. This insight simply wouldn’t be possible, or their advice nearly as effective, without the 10 years spent in the small business marketing world so far.

More information on K|E Marketing Group can be found at https://KEMarketingGroup.com

The Report “LinkedIn Success: How to Dramatically Increase Sales Using LinkedIn” can be downloaded at KEMarketingGroup.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Ellard Thomas, MBA
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Organization: K|E Marketing Group
Address: 4730 University Way NE Ste-104, Seattle, WA 98105, United States
Phone: +1-855-231-3900
Website: https://thekemarketinggroup.com/home

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88897328

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