I’ve often written about some of the signs that indicate you might be in need of a website makeover. These have included a lack of leads, no blog function, no social media links, no bells and whistles, and pages heavy with sales copy, among other things.
Almost every business owner I know uses social media in one way or another. Users all over the world start their day off by logging onto platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Right now, video conferencing, online meetings, webinars, online courses, anything online video-related is hot.
Under normal circumstances, business professionals are typically busy, or maybe even crazy-busy, depending on their circumstances. Right now, with most of the world in some phase or level of quarantine, crazy-busy may be the most appropriate choice of words.
I was thinking about a song my children sang at church when they were younger. One that my great grandchildren sing now.
No matter what business you’re in, a critical part of getting new business is that all-important client interview.
As much as you might think you aren’t in sales, think again. When it comes to a successful business it often boils down to this—sales, sales, sales.
We hear so much about branding and making a name for your business. But how important is it really? Can it actually make a difference in your business success? You bet it can!
Blogs are a great way to share your expertise and valuable content with your readers. They are also a great way to get fresh content about your business into the search engines.
Business blogs continue to be an amazing source of content for relationship building and information sharing. They are also an excellent way to drive traffic to your website, products, services or events. But even the most well-meaning blog can get off track sometimes, and the result is diminished traffic and lack of growth.