Gifts can be powerful. They can brighten someone's day, communicate friendship, and keep romantic relationships fresh and exciting. When applied to the business world, giving gifts to prospects or clients can turn leads into clients and relationships into referrals.
An unfortunate side effect of becoming successful in what you do, is people talking badly about you, criticizing your work, or even making fun of you.
Every business has a "Joyce," that customer that is never satisfied. I have learned that my company is only as good as the customer service provided and communication skills engaged. But what shocked me the most is that my Joyce, who is a business owner herself and who was my most toxic customer, ended up being my biggest advocate.
Social Selling is the “Easy Button” for every sales person’s dreams of making quota. At least if you believe 75% of what’s written about Social...
At Seer, we’re the first to admit that we aren’t perfect. While we strive to be better partners to our clients every day, we know...
The cost of marketing your business to new customers is a huge expense for small businesses, and the results are uncertain while you’re spending the money. One way to use your resources more efficiently and market directly to people who are interested in your product or service is through a sales alliance.
Traveling for work purposes like traveling to conventions and conferences can be quite a hassle, especially when you have to travel without advance notice. Last minute plans of traveling can make you forget essential items in a hurry or can even make you reach the airport late.
The holiday gift giving season is a sure thing, often presenting challenges for your business or nonprofit organization. Should you give? To whom? If you’re even...
When you’re networking, it’s important to get outside of your comfort zone and meet new people, and not just stay put with what you already know. And when you get out there, a friendly approach that focuses on building real relationships will be more effective than just looking to get something.
A lot of the time, extroverts are writing networking tips for fellow extroverts. But what is the other half of the population supposed to do? With the right approach and strategy, introverts can take advantage of networking opportunities, too.