Business tip of the day: Know Your Business Competition; Big & Small

July 11th, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , ,

If you’re a new business owner, one of the very best ways to get your feet on the ground as to the atmosphere and marketing environment in your industry is to take a look at your competition; big and small.

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Business tip of the day: Always keep the ‘Long Term Game’ in Mind

July 9th, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: ,

Always keep the ‘Long Term Game’ in Mind. Avoid making snap, short-term choices that’ll hurt your name, your business, your product or that’ll turn off potential clients.

A short-term decision that is made through greed can have drastic long-term negative effects – making your business goals for the future much more difficult to obtain.

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Business tip of the day: Educate Customers as to what they Really Want

July 8th, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , , ,

Don’t tell people what they must have, educate them as to what they really want.

As an expert in what you do, you know what’s possible, what’s reasonable, and what’s effective in your field. You have the education, the experience, and the know how that has enabled you to be in the business that you’re in. Your customers don’t have any of this.

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Business tip of the day: Find Your Unique Value

July 3rd, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , ,

One of the first steps to developing any type of effective marketing is to develop whats called your ‘unique value proposition’. That’s just fancy business lingo for what makes your company awesome.

It’s the promise of value to be delivered when a client is interacting with your company, your product, or your service. It’s the primary reason a prospect should buy from you.

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Business tip of the day: Make your Customer Service a Priority

July 2nd, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , ,

When a customer complains about your company, service, or product always answer them as soon as you can. Even a day’s delay can seriously upset a disgruntled customer.

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Business tip of the day: Saying ‘no’ can save your business

July 1st, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , , ,

A vital part of dealing with your growing business is to be sure that it doesn’t fly out from under you.

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Business tip of the day: You can’t do it all

June 30th, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , ,

I know your pain. Your business is your baby and you put your all into it, but you can’t do it all. You must delegate.

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Business tip of the day: Narrow your focus

June 26th, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , , ,

Many entrepreneurs, marketers, and business owners are brimming with awesome ideas about how to improve their marketing efforts. But business isn’t about ideas; it’s about making ideas happen. The key to success is to narrow these ideas into concrete, actionable, and effective steps.

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Crushing your Competition

June 16th, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , , ,

Competition is that driving force that will force your business to sharpen its spear and rethink its strategies.

But rest assured, business doesn’t need to become a battlefield. With the right tools and strategies, you can make short order of your business rivals and crush your competition.

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How to Write a Blog Post

May 27th, 2014 - No Comments - Tags: , , ,

If you read our post a week or so ago, you know how important a blog is for you and your business – but what’s even more important is learning how to write a blog post and structure your content correctly.

Writing blog posts are all about providing your website with valuable, quality, and consistent content. Content that is easy for both potential customers to consume as well as those pesky search engine bots that are constantly indexing stuff on the web.

In this post we’ll be reviewing how to come up with topics, how to plan your post, and how to most efficiently and effectively structure your articles.

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