What was supposed to be a moment of relaxation and pampering became one of pain and delusion.
Pretty similar things happen to us entrepreneurs when it comes to online marketing.
In this super fun and spontaneous conversation, Sandra Boekhoudt, CEO of Wealthy Wise Women, and I talk about the art & science of price setting, why women have such a hard time to set a price and hold it, and what factors play a role in setting a price from a marketing and financial point of view.
Giving away information in the form of free resources is one of the most effective ways to build your audience, establish trust with your clients, get to know your market, become more relevant, and get your business out there.
If you do networking to generate leads, how you answer the “what do you do” question can keep the exchange alive or kill it. Discover why talking about your process won’t help you to close sales (and what to do instead).
Cows are, maybe, the last place where you will go for marketing insights.
Don’t be fooled.
These mammals have three lessons in store that you can apply right away to your business marketing.
Do you have less than stellar results with your marketing efforts? Revisit your marketing strategy to see if you are making the following six marketing mistakes, which might be holding your business back and keeping it from adding to its client base.
Returning clients are more likely to buy your services again, spend more and increase your revenues long term. How do you build and maintain client relationships to keep them coming back for more? These are my top 5 tips.
When you encounter a bad client it throws up a dilemma. A bad client can have a damaging effect on your business and well being. Learn 6 warning signs to spot bad clients and deal with them swiftly.
Considering testimonials only as a nudge to a potential customer that the decision he is about to take is the right one, or as the necessary ego-stroking, is being the thief of your own wallet. When you ask the right questions, testimonials hold the key to growing your business with ease.
When something is too good to be true it might be unethical marketing practice. Specially in these times of COVID-19 there are many unethical business taking advantage of our needs. How do you recognise it?