Personalized schedules just for you!
Some entrepreneurs have social media listed as one of their most frequently-used business tools. Some people post tens of new content every day. Others keep their posting to a minimum of single digits per day. In which case, it especially helps to schedule those posts around the times of day that will be seen by the biggest possible audience. Continue reading “What is the Best Time For You to Post on Social Media?”
Standing out before an audience of millions is not as easy as it sounds.
What I like best about Google Plus is its vast array of communities. Communities are pages for people to chat and post about common interests, such as comedy, parenting, and business. Quite a few of these communities have hundreds of thousands, even millions of members. Would it hurt to get your business in front of that many people? Continue reading “How to Make Your Google Plus Content Stand Out!”
Which would you rather be?
Everybody knows that there are some major differences between calling a random prospect, and having a prospect call you. One difference is that it is more satisfying, and in many cases, rewarding, to talk to someone who knows what you sell, and contacts you about it. Another contrast is that they start with two different techniques. Continue reading “Are You Chasing People, or Being Chased?”
In our line of work, we often run into people who don’t want a home business, but a regular job. Naturally, some prospects end up hanging up or telling us that they’re not interested. This doesn’t have to be the end. What you say to them next can open the possibility of them joining your business anyway. Continue reading “How to Respond to Prospects Who Want a Job!”
Are you helping people, or are you just assuming that you’re helping them?
I’m just curious, when you talk to your prospects, who does most of the talking? When you’re talking to your teammate who hasn’t made a sale in a while, do you provide solutions, or generic pep talks? Unfortunately, the marketing industry is full of people who focus more on themselves than the prospect and their team. Continue reading “What Do Your People Really Want?”
As important as you want it to be.
On the Saturday before publishing this article, I — a New Jerseyan — attended a North Carolina presentation. The best thing I got out of it can be summed up in one sentence: a business presentation is only as big as we make it. There are some astonishingly simple ways to make a routine event look like the Super Bowl, and to make major event look boring and worthless. It’s all in how we treat it, which feeds into how our prospects see it. Continue reading “How Important is Your Business Event?”
Time to stop committing one of the deadliest marketing sins.
Imagine this: you’ve just started a home business, and you need some flyers. So you get on your computer, spend all afternoon designing a flyer, and then you realize something. The website that the company gave you won’t fit on the paper unless you shrink it to where your prospects can barely read it! That’s just one of the reasons why you need a domain name. Continue reading “How to Make a Great Domain Name!”