You’ll know about blogging. You might even do it. But how often should you be posting to make a difference to your business? I’m going to take a practical look at that question for you in this post.
Like me, you’ll be bombarded. Daily. Whilst you’ll glaze over many emails, websites and social media posts, some will grab your full attention. Ever wondered why? And what you can learn to help your own business? My post shows you how to increase the odds of engaging your reader with your words.
Whilst placing a paid advert in a magazine is always an option, few businesses get involved in editorial opportunities. And yet, they can be more credible and cost less! Have you got plenty to say? Ever asked the question: how do you get featured in magazines? You'll find this post interesting then.
I know how it is. When your order book is full, it feels great. You’re busy getting stuff out the door. No time for prospecting now! But that’s exactly when you should be doing something. Otherwise, a deadly famine might be on the way. Here are some practical thoughts on developing a regular prospecting system that operates even when you’re stacked out.
Many businesses intermittently prospect for business when they're not too busy. But your potential new customers might not need your products right now. And then you forget to follow up. The prospect becomes dead again. I want to explain how email nurturing can add value to your reputation and keep in touch until the prospect is ready to buy your product.
It’s a question that often gets asked. And if you want the short answer, there’s not a definitive one. I’m not going to get techie here, but I am going to consider different email formats in terms of marketing effectiveness for your business. And that might help you.