This question comes up if you're looking for a job, but it also comes up if you're selling. Here are some of the best answers to provide when posed with this question.
You've been investing in content marketing. The content is good, really good, but you haven't been getting the results you think you should. It could be the promotional effort, but it could also be a result of some design issues...
I realize this title is pretty loaded. I'm not going to try and say that I have all the answers. But I've been looking at what successful companies do during economic downturns and it seems that even in trying times that growth is very possible.
Every business goes through changes. If you don't change you'll end up getting passed and going out of business. Here are some ways to remain open to and to discovery opportunities.
How is your sales pitch? I won't claim that mine is the best in the world, but I think it's improved over the years and I'm always looking for ways to improve it. Here are some things I've learned over the years.
Are there areas of your business that you don't charge for and kind of think as "throwaway" knowledge or service? You can use these to your advantage to win new customers and to provide more value to current customers.
We're changing things up with this post. We talk mostly about online marketing when we talk marketing here on the blog, but today we're focusing on some offline stuff that will get you new clients.
We're heading into the final quarter of the year. The saying goes that deadlines spur action. You can use this time to make a final push to finish off strong and have some extra sales at the end of the year. Here are some tips.
There is a lesson I'm still learning about business, but I'm getting better. The lesson is that when you first get a new client it's the perfect time to ask questions so you can learn about your clients and acquire more of them in the future.
Don't think you can land a big client as a startup? That mentality is guaranteed to make it certain that you won't. In fact, startups have as good a chance as any at landing a big name client. Here is why and how...