Because I can work from practically anywhere, it’s tempting to stay in my office at home, writing, researching, discovering something new. The problem is that these things don’t bring me business, but they can make me more prepared for my clients and future customers.
What I need to do, and what I think most people in business should do is to get out of your office and meet people.
As I start my business providing web, social media, and email marketing services to small businesses, I need to build my network of leads, clients, colleagues, and resources. The process is tedious, slow, and sometimes disorganized. Frankly, it’s a part of my business that I’m not great at and I realized I needed to get a process together to manage my networking. As a business leader, you’re probably right there with me. In this post, you’ll learn how to build your network with Evernote.
It used to be that when I attended conferences, seminars, and other events I would come home with a stack of business cards. I’d type in the information on them and keep them for future reference. Sometimes it would take me a week to whittle down the stack as I would do a little each day. I needed a better way. Fortunately, I found a better system through Evernote.
Twitter has been around for about eleven years. Even though it’s been one of the oldest social media channels, businesses are still hesitant to embrace it. Businesses say they don’t understand it, they don’t know how to start, and it’s hard to keep up with the channel. In this post, I’ll help you get started with Twitter, the 140 character social media platform.
I understand that most businesses want to do things right. There’s always a certain tinge of perfection in the air. By the time you read this post, you’ll have the information you need to get on the right path on the social media channel.
As a member of the Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Frankfort, Inc. organization, I meet lots of business owners. They always say that their events or sales are poorly attended. It’s like they send their marketing campaign into a black hole, never to be seen, read, or heard. One thing I know from seeing these businesses in action is that they don’t use this one aspect of marketing. In this post, I’ll tell you why Email Marketing is the best and simplest way to grow your business.
Most people I follow say they wish that they started building their email lists sooner. It’s cost them thousands, millions of dollars in lost revenue.