Joe Dager

Joe Dager is president of Business901, a progressive company providing practical, information-rich services and product offerings designed as implementable systems that work in the real, not enough time, not enough people world we operate in. Business901 tools simplify the marketing process, not complicate it. Joe's experience includes manufacturing, retail, and professional services and has been through several start-ups and turnarounds. Joe is an authorized Duct Tape Marketing Coach and specializes in Product Marketing. The Business901 blog is rated Technorati in the top 1% of all blogs worldwide, and his nonproft blog, FundingYourNonprofit is rated in the top 5%. Joe has a bi-monthly local television program, Connecting Your Passion and is also a contributor to the American Express Open Forum and Business Week Forum. FundingYourNonprofit.com. You can follow him on Google+.

Recent Articles Published by Joe Dager

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Project Management for Marketing

Project management is critical in manufacturing, event planning, software development… but did you know it’s just as important in marketing? Joe Dager puts it this way: “The purpose of a project plan in marketing is to coordinate many of the uncertain activities that happen. And possibly more importantly, a good project plan will coordinate the... Read more »

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Accelerate Product Marketing by following the Financial Markets

The financial markets are normally the ones that lead us out of a recession and they may have the best handle to interpret what the Economic Stimulus Package really means and what it will do. Let’s face it, there are going to be certain industries that benefit from targeted tax reductions in billions of dollars... Read more »

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Be Reactive in your Marketing before being Proactive!

Palo Alto Software is proud to welcome Joe Dager, one of the Duct Tape Marketing Coaches that will be posting over the next several months. Your marketing is ultimately measured by your client. The goal is to meet the client’s requirements and expectations in selling your product. There is a tendency to think that marketing... Read more »