Adam Lean — July 10, 2018 — July 10, 2018 As a small business owner, you rely on one simple equation to run your business. Profit = Revenues – Expenses In order to make money, your revenues (or sales) have to be higher than your expenses (or costs). That sounds fine and dandy, but we … Continue reading 7 Ways to Increase the Profit of Your Business Without Getting a Single New Customer
Kayla Sloan — June 29, 2018 — June 29, 2018 Time management is an eternal struggle for many people and especially those of us who work full-time and then some. We must be constantly vigilant of how we spend time or risk being overrun with work or chores at home. I know personally that I … Continue reading 9 Ways to Avoid Getting Sucked Into Social Media and Wasting Time
Link building is tough to begin with and made harder when company policies slow down the workflow. Contributor Paddy Moogan looks at ways to identify and work around common link-building blockers. Paddy Moogan on June 29, 2018 I’ve said it before, and I’ll probably continue to say it in the future: Link building is … Continue reading Getting it done: how to overcome common link building blockers
Rachel Sullivan — May 21, 2018 Follow @rachelesullivan — May 21, 2018 qimono / Pixabay At the heart of your business’s success lies customer loyalty. Net Promoter Score (NPS) surveys are integral in determining just how strong your customers’ loyalty is to your business, which is why they’ve become an important tool to many tech … Continue reading 5 Tips on Getting the Most Out of Your NPS Survey
Liz Kislik — May 21, 2018 Follow @lizkislik — May 21, 2018 Leaders always have a lot on their minds, so perhaps they can be forgiven if they occasionally mistake a date or time, or don’t remember asking you to stop or start something. But a pattern of repeated or even periodic forgetting can have … Continue reading What to Do If Your Boss Is Getting Forgetful
Dave Brock — May 19, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — May 19, 2018 PatoLenin / Pixabay Over the past several weeks, I’ve been sitting in a number of pipeline and deal reviews. While the companies are in very different businesses, different solutions, different sales processes, different sales force maturities; I’ve noticed some patterns: Deal quality is … Continue reading Getting What You Get Or Getting What You Want?
Dr Neil Thompson — May 5, 2018 — May 5, 2018 Unless your business is a seriously hi-tech one that uses very expensive equipment, the chances are that the biggest costs you face are staffing costs. Another way of looking at this is not to think in terms of costs, but, rather, of investment. And, … Continue reading Getting The Best Out Of Your Staff
James Glover — April 20, 2018 Follow @coherentpath— April 20, 2018 Wayfair is getting it right when it comes to email marketing. In addition to sending different emails to consumers who have bought from them in the past versus non-purchasers who signed up for their list, the home furnishings brand’s emails contain product categories in … Continue reading Wayfair is Getting Email Marketing Right – But How Do Other Top Retailers Stack Up?
Angela Shah “Personalized shopping” has long been the guiding light for retailers. But in the age of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), traditional stores have been searching for the best way to digitize what was once a person-to-person process. “Internet shopping is now across mobile and Web, and now, the is, ‘How do we … Continue reading Getting Personal: Retailers Use New Tech to Court Individual Shoppers
Harvey Deutschendorf — March 16, 2018 Follow @theeiguy — March 16, 2018 “People work for money but go the extra mile for praise, recognition and rewards.” ~ Dale Carnegie ~ Studies have overwhelmingly shown that employees that feel appreciated will put in more effort and stay longer in their organizations. A study by Glassdoor in … Continue reading Top 5 Ways of Getting Employee Appreciation Right