When you first start out as an entrepreneur, you have no brand. But while your business doesn’t have an established brand identity, there are other organizations that do. Align yourself with those organizations and you can use their preexisting brand identity to develop your own reputation.
We all need partners—but we don’t all know what it takes to create a lasting partnership. The key is building relationships. When you build a powerful partnership based on a relationship, you will look for ways to make it win-win for all partners—otherwise, it will never last!
Social media can put your business in front of a lot of new people thanks to viral content—but it doesn’t happen automatically. With all the voices trying to be heard, it takes a smart plan to make it work. Many small businesses miss out on opportunities to go viral by buying into social media myths.
Today’s age of social media has created dramatic shifts in marketing strategies. If you get it right, social media can make it easier for small businesses to take advantage of their flexibility, local connections, and nimble nature.
A presence on the web is increasingly important, as more and more consumers look for information on businesses online before visiting in person. Improving your website can be a daunting task, so break it down into manageable items that you can accomplish one at a time.
Given enough time, almost every blog will attract trolls, whose only purpose in life seems to be picking fights with anyone and everyone. How do you handle this, especially when a troll threatens the image of your business? Here is what you should do.
What’s the most effective way to use email marketing for your business? As more and more business deals go through email at one stage or another, your communication must contribute to the relationship. Here are 3 tips to close a deal over email.
Whether you consider yourself as being in sales, we all are; we sell our ideas, concepts, beliefs, and products. A sale is based on finding out what somebody wants or needs, and showing them how to get it. Selling requires helping.
People can cite hundreds of reasons to not buy something. But ultimately, those reasons all boil down to 4 objections that you might run into at any step in the sales process. If you know your product or service, you can prepare for these objections and have an answer for your prospects.
To get someone to buy, they must be comfortable with their decision. If someone answers your presentation with an objection, do you know how to turn that objection into a reason to buy? Many times, that can be the exact reason somebody needs in order to make a positive decision.
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